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The American Society of Irrigation Consultants (ASIC) invites all irrigation and water delivery practitioners – purveyors, engineers, architects, designers, contractors and managers – to submit entries for its 2010 National Excellence in Irrigation Awards Program.

ASIC issues call for entries for 2010 National Excellence in Irrigation Awards

The American Society of Irrigation Consultants (ASIC) invites all irrigation and water delivery practitioners – purveyors, engineers, architects, designers, contractors and managers – to submit entries for its 2010 National Excellence in Irrigation Awards Program.


Submission deadline is March 15, 2010. The awards, to be presented at ASIC’s Annual Conference in Monterey, CA, April 24-26, are given based on the quality of project planning and design in functionality, environmental responsibility and relevance.


Judged by nationally recognized professionals and academicians, ASIC’s Excellence in Irrigation Awards recognizes creative, innovative and efficient irrigation design and project supervision based on the merit of the project and the practitioner. There are no first-, second- or third-place winners. Each entry is eligible for an Honor Award, the highest award in each category, or a Merit Award for superior professional accomplishment.


The award submission deadline is March 15, 2010.


Award Categories

COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC WORKS
GOLF
PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
RESEARCH
STUDENT/GRADUATE AWARDS

Excellence-in-Irrigation award winners receive national and local recognition, a professional plaque and industry support from ASIC and its membership. Honor Award winners in each category receive a gratis registration to the following year’s conference.


As water awareness increases across the U.S., recognition of sound, progressive irrigation practices becomes even more important to the industry and the public, and beneficial to the irrigation practitioner. For full award information, visit www.asic.org or call 508/763-8140.


 


 

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