CRP 341 Studio Wins 2014 APA Award for Milpitas Project

March 25, 2015

Cal Poly's City and Regional Planning has won four annual awards for the project "Urban Design Visions for the City of Milpitas, CA" (CRP 341 Urban Design Studio III).  The project received three awards in 2014 from the American Planning Association (APA): the Academic Award of Excellence from both the Northern and the Central Coast Sections, and the Award of Merit from the State Chapter. In 2015, it received the prestigious national Honor Award from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

These awards showcase excellence in urban and regional planning over a variety of categories and are highly competitive.  Winning is truly an accomplishment to be proud of. In the case of the AICP, it was the first time that an undergraduate project had won the award!

A video of the student work is available on our YouTube Channel. A links to view the awards website and all the award winners are provided below.

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