Public Sediment for Alameda Creek receives Honor Award in ASLA’s 2019 Professional Awards

Oct 2, 2019

Public Sediment for Alameda Creek just received an Honor Award in Analysis and Planning in the American Society of Landscape Architects 2019 Professional Awards.

Developed as part of the Resilient by Design: Bay Area Challenge, the project recently received $31.4M in implementation funding from the State of California.

Congratulations to the SCAPE-led team, which includes the Dredge Research Collaborative; Arcadis; UC Davis Department of Human Ecology and Design; TS Studio; Architectural Ecologies Lab; Cy Keener and Justine Holzman; the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District; and many more.