Land Conservation Awards Honor Excellence in Environmental Conservation


Jan. 22, 2010
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  • Awards recognize excellence in erosion and sediment control or tree preservation.

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The Fairfax County 2009 Land Conservation Awards ceremony was held on Friday, Jan. 22.  Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova presented the awards to the recipients.

The awards honor developers, designers, site superintendents and contractors whose projects best demonstrate excellence in erosion and sediment control design and implementation or a commitment to tree preservation and replacement in Fairfax County.

The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, in cooperation with the Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District and the Fairfax Tree Commission, sponsor the annual awards program. The following awards will be presented during Friday’s ceremony:


Erosion and Sediment Control Category

Single-Family Residential (Small)
Halley Farm
Developer: L&F3 LLC
Engineer: RC Fields Jr. & Associates
Contractor: Total Development Solutions LLC
Inspector: Keith Ferrell


Single-Family Residential (Large)
Kensington Manor
Developer: VII NVR-Fairfax, LLC
Engineer: Urban Engineering & Associates Inc.
Contractor: William A. Hazel Inc.
Inspector: Mike Ernst


Infill
622/624 Chain Bridge Road
Developer: Francisco Fernandez – Asin & Katherine Kim
Engineer: Land Design Consultants
Contractor: Galileo Group
Inspector: Steven Rudy


Multi Family Residential
Pavillions at Huntington Metro Multifamily, Phase II
Developer: Home Properties Huntington Metro LLC
Engineer: VIKA
Contractor: David Shroeder
Inspector: Jim Getts


Best Protected Environmentally Sensitive Site
622/624 Chain Bridge Road
Developer: Francisco Fernandez – Asin & Katherine Kim
Engineer: Land Design Consultants
Contractor: Galileo Group
Inspector:  Steven Rudy


Outstanding Site Superintendent
David Shroeder
Company name:  Bozzuto Construction Company
Project: Pavillions at Huntington Metro Multifamily, Phase II


Outstanding Site Superintendent
Corey McMann
Company name: William A. Hazel Inc.
Project: Kensington Manor


Outstanding Engineering Firm
Urban Engineering & Associates Inc.
Project: Kensington Manor


Outstanding Engineering Firm
Land Design Consultants
Project: 622/624 Chain Bridge Road


Outstanding Contractor
William A. Hazel Inc.
Project: Kensington Manor


Environmental and Facilities Inspections Division Inspector of the Year (East)
Marty Klema


Environmental and Facilities Inspections Division Inspector of the Year (West)
Bobby White


Environmental and Site Review Division Reviewer of the Year (East)
Jeff Vish


Environmental and Site Review Division Reviewer of the Year (West)
Shaukat Faheem

Tree Preservation Category

Mount Vernon Orientation Center, Education Center and Museum
Developer: Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union
Engineer: Urban Ltd.


The Reserve at Martins Pointe, Sec. 2
Developer: Stanley Martin
Engineer: Charles P. Johnson and Associates
Tree Preservation Contractor: Zimar & Associates Inc.


The Village at Mt. Gilead
Developer: Stanley Martin
Tree Preservation Consultant: Fairfax County Park Authority


Tree Planting Category

Bell Manor Estates
Developer: Stanley Martin
Landscape Design: Zimar & Associates Inc.
Landscape Contractor: Stadler Nursery


Chadwick Property
Developer: Gulick Group
Landscape Design: Paciulli Simmons and Associates
Landscape Contractor: Area Landscaping Inc.


Government Center Grounds
County Agency: Fairfax County Urban Forest Management Division
Landscape Design: Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District
Landscape Contractor: Merrifield Garden Center


Mount Vernon Orientation Center, Education Center and Museum
Developer: Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union
Engineer: Urban Ltd.


Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
Developer: The Catholic Diocese of Arlington, Virginia
Engineer: Urban Ltd.


The Reserve at Martins Pointe, Sec. 2
Developer: Stanley Martin
Engineer: Charles P. Johnson and Associates
Landscape Contractor: Stadler Nursery

For more information about the awards or reasonable ADA accommodations, contact Miriam Hernandez, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, at 703-324-1950, TTY 711. If there is inclement weather and the county government is closed, the ceremony will be rescheduled.

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