March 5th 2012
US-based senior landscape architect, Don Ferlow, has been named the
2011 recipient of the Distinguished Practitioner Award in
Private Practice by the New York Upstate Chapter of the American
Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
The award recognises individuals from
firms, agencies, and colleges and universities for their
achievements in the profession of landscape architecture.
The awards ceremony, held by the New York Upstate
Chapter of the ASLA, enables the public to see both the challenges
landscape architects face in the project process and the
resourceful solutions they establish.
Four decades dedicated to the profession has led
Don to be heralded as a leader in landscape architecture with this
The Distinguished Practitioner Award
acknowledges Don’s extensive experience in providing site solutions
for a wide range of development. He has pioneered work in projects
by incorporating stormwater runoff management design and the
restoration and creation of viable wetland ecosystems within the
mainstream of land development actions.
“ASLA’s award creates awareness of what it means to
be a landscape architect and what the profession requires of its
technicians. It also shows young and aspiring landscape architects
how rewarding it can be to gear projects that are kind to the
environment.” says Don.
Don joined GHD, formerly known as Stearns &
Wheler more than 20 years ago and currently works out of the
company’s Cazenovia office. GHD established a permanent presence in
the US and 2004, and has grown to more than 700 people, across 32
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