The Phoenix Award winners represent outstanding revitalization projects from each of the 10 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regions as well as projects having a special community impact. The winning projects were selected by a panel of environmental professionals and business and government leaders based on a set of five criteria: magnitude of the project, innovative techniques, solutions to regulatory/social issues, and impact upon the community.
Region 2: Former Magic Marker/Gould
Region 5: Gowdy Field Landfill Redevelopment Project,
Region 6: City of Oklahoma Landfill/Dell Inc. Property Transfer,
Region 9: Marina Gateway Hotel & Commercial Project,
Community Impact Winner:
These winning projects include the latest in housing initiatives with affordable, urban and veteran housing, major waterfront redevelopment projects, wetlands restoration, significant job creation and retention, and mixed-use complexes with significant community, entertainment and cultural assets that are destinations for both residents and tourists.
Created in 1997, this prestigious award honors individuals and groups who are working to solve critical environmental and community challenges when transforming formerly used real estate into productive new uses. The Phoenix Awards are widely recognized as the premier award of excellence in Brownfield redevelopment and revitalization. The competition is open to any individual, group, company, organization, government body or agency.Schiller is mentioned in the July/August issue of St. Louis Commerce Magazine. Here’s the url:http://www.stlcommercemagazine.com/archives/2011/issue4/pageflip.html. A pdf is also attached.