2002 ASLA Oregon Merit Award, Landscape Planning and Analysis, for Hells Canyon Complex Aesthetic Resource Inventory, Team member for Transmission Line Analysis.
2002 ASLA Oregon Merit Award, Landscape Planning and Analysis, for Rediscovery of the Rivers; Lewis & Clark Discovery Greenway Master Plan, Project Manager and Project Designer.
2003 One of three parks and recreation design leaders selected along with political and administrative leaders from the Portland Metropolitan Area by David Bragdon, President of the METRO Council, to accompany him to Minneapolis St. Paul to tour Twin Cities parks and meet local political and administrative people to gain vision for the Metro Parks and Greenspaces Program.
2003 DEA under the direction of client manager, Mel Stout, RLA, ASLA ranked No. 1 among seven consultants selected for the Oregon Department of Transportation Statewide Flexible Service Contract for Landscape Architectural Services.
2004 Assembled team of landscape architecture consultants that provided trail, overlook, boardwalk, trail head, erosion control, and re-vegetation design services for the Fort-to-the-Sea Trail located in the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Oregon and Washington.
2004 Appointed and commissioned as a member of the Oregon State Landscape Architect Board for a term of four years by Governor Theodore R. Kulongocki, June 24, 2004.