|Category||Award / Open to Students|
|Type||International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous|
|RegDeadline||1 July 2011 GoogleCal iCal|
|1 July 2011 (Must be Postmarked)|
- Artistic/Cultural/Educational: Fountains, concert facilities, public art or aquariums/nature centers, for instance.
- Elements: Examples might include special features such as signage, furniture, railings, lighting, paving, kiosks and lifeguard lookouts.
- Environmental Protection/Enhancement: Examples might include a wetland restoration project, nature center, wildlife area or bioengineering project.
- Historic and Maritime Preservation/Adaptive Reuse: Emphasizing distinctive waterfront structures, e.g., lighthouses, piers, ferries and barges. Also historic vessels, warehouse conversions.
- Industrial/Working Waterfront: New facilities, plus efforts to enhance traditional marine occupations such as commercial fishing, ports, power plants and other heavy industry.
- Mixed-use and/or Commercial Use: this category for multi-faceted projects or individual businesses.
- Park/Walkway/Recreational: Where a park, open space, trail or recreational facility (e.g., fishing pier or marina) is the predominant use.
- Public Works: Pedestrian and vehicular bridges, water pollution control, breakwater installation and shoreline protection.
- Residential/Resort: Condominiums, hotels, new communities. Note the desirability of public accessibility to the water in such projects.
Jonathan Goldstick, senior vice president, Halcrow Inc., New York
Nicole Faghin, senior associate/planning, AECOM, Seattle, Washington
Peter Kuttner, president, Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts
Kent MacIntyre, general manager, Saint John Waterfront Development, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Bradford McKee, editor, Landscape Architecture magazine, Washington, District of Columbia
- Invitation to a special awards ceremony, reception and dinner during the Center’s annual conference
Project or plan: $200
Each additional entry from same organization: $100
Clearwater donation (optional): $75
Student Entry: $25
A standard, letter-size, three-ring binder or overseas equivalent including Entry form, Project summary(no more than 2 pages, letter-sized), Color digital images(up to 20), a Powerpoint presentation(within the 20-images) or Color slides, Site plans and an Endorsement letter from an appropriate public official(if a private project)
THE WATERFRONT CENTER, c/o Breen/Rigby
103 SECOND AVE. WEST CAPE MAY NJ 08204
Winners announcement: October 27-to-29, 2011, in New York City
The Waterfront Center