Awards and Recognition

Fiscal Year 2024

  • 2024 Historic Preservation Award for Best Practices of Archaeological Work for the Carr Cemetery from the Tallahassee Trust for Historic Preservation.
  • 2024 Organization Achievement Award from the Tallahassee Trust for Historic Preservation.
  • 2024 Environmental Project of the Year Award in the $5 – $25 million category for 3D-B Stormwater Facility from the American Public Works Association, Florida Chapter.
  • 2024 NATIONAL Project of the Year Award for Structures Less than $5 million for the Southwest Greenways from the American Public Works Association.
  • 2023 Environmental Project of the Year Award for Structures between $5-$25 million for Pond 3D-B from the American Public Works Association Big Bend Chapter.
  • 2023 Project of the Year Award for Structures between $2-$5 million for Debbie-Lightsey Nature Park from the American Public Works Association Big Bend Chapter.

Fiscal Year 2023

  • 2023 Public Works Project of the Year – Structures Less than $2 Million for the Skateable Art Park from the American Public Works Association (APWA).
  • 2023 Historic Preservation Award for the Smokey Hollow Barbershop from the American Institute of Architects
  • 2023 Florida Planning and Zoning Association Outstanding Development/Design Excellence Award
  • 2023 American Public Works Association (APWA), Big Bend Local Project of the Year Award for the Skateable Art Park
  • 2022 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Local Project of the Year award for the Debbie Lightsey Nature Park
  • 2022 Tallahassee-Leon County Historic Preservation Award for Excellence in the Rehabilitation/Restoration Category for the Smokey Hollow Barbershop
  • 2022 Employer of the Year by Florida’s Capital Area Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Symposium (WTS)
  • 2022 Public Works Project of the Year – Structures less than $2 million for the Skateable Art Park from the Big Bend Local Project American Public Works Association (APWA).

Fiscal Year 2022

  • 2021 Urban Land Institute North Florida’s Awards for Excellence in Real Estate for the Public Sector/Non-Profit the Cascades Connector
  • 2021 Urban Land Institute North Florida’s Awards for Excellence in Real Estate for the Organization of Influence
  • 2022 American Public Works Association (APWA) Florida Chapter Project of the Year Award for the FAMU Way/Capital Cascades Trail.
  • 2022 American Public Works Association (APWA) Florida Chapter Project of the Year Award for the Capital Cascades Trail Segment 3 projects in Transportation
  • 2022 American Planning Association-Florida Award for the FAMU Way Playground Restroom
  • 2022 Tallahassee Trust for Historic Preservation Award for the Smokey Hollow Barbershop

Fiscal Year 2020

  • APWA (Local) Beautification:
    Orange Avenue/Meridian Street Site Improvements Project

Fiscal Year 2019

  • Florida Landmarks Council and the National Association for the Preservation of African-American History and Culture: Trailblazer Award (Smokey Hollow Commemoration @ Cascades Park)
  • APWA (Local and Florida Chapter) Project of the Year:
    FAMU Way Phase 2 Roadway Improvements & Capital Cascades Trail Segment 3D‐A
    Category: $5-$25 Million Transportation, Beautification & Multifunction Categories

 Fiscal Year 2018

  • APWA: Florida Award of Merit
    Grassroots Initiative category: Blueprint Smokey Hollow Barbershop
  • Knight Foundation, Community Initiatives Grant: Capital Cascades Trail – Social Spaces Project
  • The Florida Landmarks Council Historic Preservation:
    Smokey Hollow

Fiscal Year 2017

  • APWA (local) Project of the Year/Beautification Category:
    Magnolia Drive Multi-Use Trail Phase 6
  • APWA Florida: Structures
    Capital Cascades Crossing
  • APA Florida: Award of Merit
    Capital Cascades Trail, Segment 3
  • APWA Florida Chapter: Multi Use Project
    Capital Cascades Trail, Segment 3