Phillips Preiss Grygiel

Awards

About PPG

Awards

PPG has been the recipient of county, state and national planning awards. Our award-winning work spans from comprehensive plans for municipalities throughout Connecticut, New Jersey and New York to various site- and area-specific plans.

2016

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, Outstanding Implemented Plan Award – City of Newark Zoning and Land Use Regulations

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – Supporting Priority Investment in Somerset County Phase I and II

2015

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – Historic Preservation Design Guidelines for Fort Monmouth

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, Outstanding County or Regional Plan Award – Supporting Priority Investment in Somerset County

New Jersey Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, Excellence in Construction Award - Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Expansion Project, Township of Mount Olive, NJ

2014

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – Supporting Priority Investment in Somerset County through Access and Mobility Improvements

New Jersey Future Smart Growth Award – Supporting Priority Investment in Somerset County through Access and Mobility Improvements

2013

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – Redevelopment Plan for the Princeton Health Care System, Township of Plainsboro, NJ

2012

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – Richard M. Preiss

2010

Westchester Municipal Planning Federation Achievement Award – Comprehensive Plan and Amendments to the Zoning Code, Village of Ossining, NY

2009

Vision Long Island Smart Growth Award – Glen Cove Master Plan, City of Glen Cove, NY

2008

New Jersey Planning Officials Achievement in Planning Award – From Fort to Village: A Vision for Oceanport’s Fort Monmouth, Oceanport, NJ

2007

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association Award for Smart Growth – Somerville TOD Visioning and Redevelopment Plan

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association Award for Community Planning – Doo Wop Motel Preservation, Wildwood Crest, NJ

New Jersey Future Smart Growth Award, Creative Downtown Redevelopment Strategy – Epstein’s Rehabilitation Plan and Implementation, Morristown, NJ

2006

Somerset County Planning Board Excellence in Planning Award – Borough of Somerville, NJ Train Station Area & Landfill Visioning Process

Monmouth County Merit Award – Holmdel Township Hamlet and Rural Conservation Master Plan Amendments

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association Outstanding Smart Growth Plan – Epstein’s Rehabilitation Plan, Morristown, NJ

The Downtown New Jersey Excellence in Downtown Award in New Construction – Epstein’s Rehabilitation Plan, Morristown, NJ

New Jersey Planning Officials Award for Innovative Design – Epstein’s Rehabilitation Plan, Morristown, NJ

Vision Long Island Revitalizing Communities Award – Village of Mineola Comprehensive Master Plan, Mineola, NY

2005

Vision Long Island Smart Growth Award – Riverhead Master Plan, Town of Riverhead, NY

2004

New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, Outstanding Comprehensive Plan Award – Hoboken Master Plan, Hoboken, NJ

New York Metro Chapter of the American Planning Association – Meritorious Achievement Award: Rebuild Chinatown Initiative, New York City

2003

American Civil Engineering Council Silver Award for Engineering Excellence – Farmington Avenue Study, Hartford, CT

Conn. Chapter of the American Planning Association – Stamford Growth Management Plan

1999

American Society of Landscape Architects – Beaufort County, South Carolina Master Plan

1997

Connecticut Community Development Association – Stamford Enterprise Zone Plan

The Waterfront Center Annual Award – Excellence on the Waterfront: Yonkers Recreational Pier

1996

First Presidential Award of the National American Planning Association – South Bronx Comprehensive Community Revitalization Program, Six Neighborhood Plans

1992

New York State Preservation League – Harlem Valley Economic Development Strategy