Federal Planning Division Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Federal Planning Division Awards!

Outstanding Federal Planning Program

Winner

USAF Installation Development Plans and Template

Altus AFB, OK; Luke AFB, AZ; Minot AFB, SD; Osan AFB, South Korea; Peterson AFB, CO

Sponsor: AFCEC
Contractor: HDR

Honorable Mention

USMC Master Plan Assessment and Training Program
World-wide (including Japan, Korea, and the United States)

Sponsor: HQUSACE & HQ USARC
Contractor: The Urban Collaborative, LLC

Outstanding Federal Planning Project

Co-Winner

Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Master Plan

JBPHH, Oahu, Hawaii

Sponsor: U.S. Navy/U.S Army Corps of Engineers
Contractor: The Urban Collaborative, LLC

Co-Winner

NAS Lemoore Installation Master Plan 2030

Naval Air Station Lemoore, Lemoore, CA

Sponsor: U.S. Navy
Contractor: MAKERS architecture and urban design, LLP

Honorable Mention

MCAS Corps Yuma Installation Master Plan
MCAS Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona

Sponsor: U.S. Marine Corps
Contractor: MAKERS Architecture and Urban Design, LLP

Area Development Plan

Winner

Fort Polk - Hub Area Development Plan

Fort Polk, LA

Sponsor: Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Contractor: The Urban Collaborative, LLP

Honorable Mention

Cannon AFB Community District Development Plan
Cannon Air Force base, Clovis, New Mexico

Sponsor: Cannon Air Force Base
Contractor: HDR

Environmental Planning Excellence

Winner

Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC) Gulfport & Stennis Space Center Encroachment Action Plans (EAPs)

Mississippi/NCBC Gulfport and Stennis Space Center

Sponsor: Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE)/Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast
Contractor: Ecology and Environment, Inc. (E&E)

Outstanding Sustainable Planning, Design or Development Initiative

Winner

USAG-HI Schofield Barracks Sustainability Component Plan

United States Army Garrison Hawaii —Schofield Barracks

Sponsor: Headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer
Contractor: The Urban Collaborative, LLC

Honorable Mention

Landscape & Forestation Plan
Fort Detrick, Maryland

Sponsor: Fort Detrick Directorate of Public Works (DPW)
Contractor: John Gallup & Associates, LLC

Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project or Program

Winner

Building a Climate Resilient National Climate Region

National Capital Region (Washington, DC and Arlington, VA)

Sponsor: NCPC, NASA, GSA, and USGCRP
Contractor: Leidos

Jury             

Jill Sterrett, FAICP, is the owner of Sterrett Consulting, LLC, and an adjunct instructor in the  Urban Design and Planning Department of University of Washington.

Fritz Wagner is Research Professor Emeritus in the Urban Design and Planning Department of University of Washington.

Himanshu Grover is Assistant Professor in the Urban Design and Planning Department of  University of Washington.

Award Categories

Outstanding Federal Planning Program

For the planning program that best represents and incorporates the ideas of quality urban design, innovative problem solving, and coordinated planning process. Programs typically represent US-wide or world-wide planning programs applicable to many locations, facilities, installations, or properties.

Outstanding Federal Planning Project

For the planning project that best represents the ideas of quality urban design, innovative problem solving, and coordinated planning process. Projects typically represent location-specific (i.e. military or DOE installation, National Park, etc.) initiatives, development guidelines, or strategic plans that capitalize on the unique opportunities or challenges of that place. Strategic plans include decision documents, economic impact studies, and alternatives/options analyses.

Area Development Plan

For smaller development area that may be a small installation or part of a larger installation. Plans typically include, but are not limited to Housing Plans, Coastal Zone Management Initiatives, Range Management Plans or Training/Maneuver Area Plans.

Environmental Planning Excellence

For the environmental program which best meets the criteria. Environmental planning typically includes, but is not limited to Natural or Cultural Resources Management Plans, EISs, Air Quality Plans, Energy Conservation Plans, AICUZ planning, Environmental Data Management, site remediation and redevelopment, etc.

Outstanding Sustainable Planning, Design or Development Initiative

For the plan, project, program, or building design which best exemplifies, demonstrates and promotes sustainable environmental, economic, and social concepts. Sustainable development also includes providing for the environmental, social and economic security for our country as well as its' people and facilities.

Outstanding Collaborative Planning Project or Program

For the project or program which best exemplifies the benefits of a federal agency working cooperatively with another federal, state, or local agency in order to improve planning and coordination, reduce costs, avoid duplication of effort, foster a productive working relationship, and provide for coordinated emergency response actions and disaster preparedness plans.


Previous Winners

2013 Award winners