Landscape Architect Wins Statewide Awards

Landscape Architect Wins Statewide Awards

Chuck Taylor Designs

Chuck Taylor, ASLA was honored recently by the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) for projects in two separate categories.
He received an award of merit in the Parks and Public Works category for "Creating a Pedestrian-friendly Campus," a project that was implemented at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia.

"Creating a pedestrian-friendly campus at Georgia Southern was important for the safety of the students, faculty and staff," said Taylor, "but it carried the added benefit of encouraging walking and bicycling, two activities that are instrumental in improving health and well-being."

Taylor took the lead in developing a master plan that eliminated dangerous cross traffic and moved parking and vehicular traffic to the perimeter of the campus.

He also received a second award in the Pro Bono category for design work he donated to Ogeechee Area Hospice facility in Statesboro.

These are Taylor's third and fourth GA ASLA awards. In 2002 he won a tri-state award for the design of the Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern, and another award for Triangle Park in downtown Statesboro in 2004.

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For more information contact:

Chuck Taylor
Chuck Taylor Designs
301 Mobley Drive
Georgia 30458

Phone: 912-541-0358
Email: [email protected]

Posted March 30, 2007

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