The Hamilton Urban Design and Architecture Awards, which are held bi-annually, recognize and celebrate excellence in the design of our urban environment. Owners, urban designers, architects, landscape architects, planners, contractors, engineers, consultants and students are invited and encouraged to submit projects such as: buildings, additions, alterations, restorations, adaptive reuse, brownfield redevelopment, streetscapes, parks, open spaces, landscapes, ecological restoration and design projects, public art, installations, planning studies, and/or student work. 2019 submission are due June 14. Learn more here

DTAH Partner James Roche is one of six jurors for the 2019 awards, along with Nadia Amoroso, Landscape Architect, The University of Guelph; Alex Bozikovic, Architectural Critic/Author, The Globe and Mail newspaper; David Leinster, Landscape Architect and Urban Designer, The Planning Partnership; Betsy Williamson, Architect, Williamson Williamson Architects Inc.; Steve Robichaud, Director of Planning & Chief Planner, City of Hamilton.