Excellence in GSI Awards Nomination Section A: Applicant Contact InformationName*Firm/Organization*Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City State AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific ZIP Code Phone*Phone 2Email* Section B: Category SelectionPlease judge this entry in the following category* Public Projects: Built projects managed in large part by a public agency and/or on public property (municipal, state, federal) Private Projects: Built projects managed in large part by a private entity and/or on private property Innovation: Processes or programs that break new ground, by applying information, ingenuity, and initiative to significantly advance GSI impact Save and Continue Later Section C: General Project Information and ContextProject Name*Client*FirmContact NameEmail Project LocationStreet*ZIP Code*County*Bucks CountyBurlington CountyCamden CountyChester CountyDelaware CountyGloucester CountyMontgomery CountyPhiladelphia CountyWatershed*Project Team (include all parties involved in planning, design, construction, maintenance, etc.)Planning/Design Team(s)*FirmContact NameEmail Construction Firm(s):*FirmContact NameEmail Maintenance Firm(s):*FirmContact NameEmail Monitoring Firm/Institution (if applicable):FirmContact NameEmail Construction Completion Date*Cost If cost is unknown or not applicable, please indicate using “unknown” or “n/a”. Cost information will remain confidential; it will not be associated with any particular project. Engineering and design costs*Construction costs*Post-construction costs*Other costs (specify)Total cost*Funding Sources* Type of project / land use type (check all that apply)* New construction Redevelopment Retrofit Commercial Residential Mixed-use (specify) Industrial Non-profit Institutional Publicly accessible space, park, or green space Public school Private school Charter school Private day care center Public pre-K center Streetscape, greenway, trail, or other transportation project Other (specify) Specify "Mixed Use"Specify "Other"Prior land conditions (check all appropriate boxes):* Greenfield Grayfield Brownfield Utilities Right of ways Buried structures Floodplain/high water table Vacant land Compaction (urban condition) Wetland presence (regulations) Sink holes / subsidence fill site (landfill) fill site (debris) Other (specify) Specify "Other"Was infiltration possible?*YesNoWas remediation necessary?*YesNoGSI practice type(s) (check all that apply)* Bio-infiltration (specify type) Bio-retention (specify type) Green roof Porous pavement Other (specify type) Specify bio-infiltration typeSpecify bio-retention typeSpecify "other" Stormwater management design and calculations Catchment/Drainage area (acres)*Project footprint / limit of disturbance (acress)*Design storm managed / depth managed*Percent (%) of impervious cover managed: pre-construction*Percent (%) of impervious cover managed: post-construction*Percent (%) of open space: pre-construction*Percent (%) of open space: post-construction* Save and Continue Later Provide a general overview/description of the project (750 words or less).*Please speak to as many of the following items as you can, and offer any additional information you feel is relevant: - Planning phase - Design phase- Construction phase - Maintenance regime- Monitoring regimeExplain how this project maximizes environmental benefits (500 words or less).*Please speak to as many of the following questions as you can, and offer any additional information you feel is relevant. - What BMPs were used and why? - How was greenspace/open space preserved and/or created? - How was habitat preserved and/or created? - How was biodiversity encouraged?Explain how this project maximizes social benefits (500 words or less).*Please speak to as many of the following questions as you can, and offer any additional information you feel is relevant. - How was / is the community engaged? - How has the community been transformed or what change has been made to address a social challenge (i.e. health, safety, welfare)? - What partnerships and collaborations were fostered, how, and to what end? - What educational components were incorporated?Explain how this project maximized/s economic benefits (500 words or less).*Please speak to as many of the following questions as you can, and offer any additional information you feel is relevant. - What other funding was leveraged for the completion of this project (i.e. grants, donations, etc.)? - What local firms were engaged during the life of the project (i.e. design, build, maintenance, material supply, etc.)? - What is the anticipated return on investment for the client, especially as it relates to the overall cost of the project?Discuss the degree to which the project is meeting or exceeding the intent (500 words or less).*Please speak to as many of the following questions as you can, and offer any additional information you feel is relevant. - What were the client’s motivations/goals, and how has the project addressed them? (i.e. stormwater management, design—use and aesthetics—triple bottom line, etc.) - How close does the as-built match with the design? - What is the maintenance plan? What, if any, adaptations have been made to the project and/or the maintenance plan since construction? - What, if any, performance data or other performance indicators exist for the project?In addition to the completed nomination form, all applicants must submit a Presentation Poster according to the following specifications:*- PDF format - 200 dpi color - 24" x 36" portrait or landscape format - maximum 10MB file sizeWe encourage you to upload additional images.- PDF format - No more than 5 files total - maximum 10MB combined total file size Save and Continue Later Section D: InnovationPrimary Organization*Specialization/RoleCompany NameContact NameEmail Partner(s)*Specialization/RoleCompany NameContact NameEmail Type of Innovation (check all that apply)* Design process Materials Management Financing Hardware Data collection Planning process Construction methodology Maintenance Policy Data analytics Research methodology Engagement process/methodology Horticulture Partnerships Software Other (specify) Specify "other"Is this innovation evolutionary (incremental advances) or revolutionary (disruptive or new)? Explain.*Describe the development of this innovation - tell the story.*(750 words or less)Describe how the innovation advances GSI impact and what unmet need it answers.*(500 words or less)If your innovation were adopted, what does success look like?*(500 words or less)Explain how this innovation maximizes environmental, social, and economic (TBL) benefits.*(750 words or less)Include testimonials (if applicable) or other information you'd like to share.In addition to the completed nomination form, all applicants must submit a Presentation Poster according to the following specifications:*- PDF format - 200 dpi color - 24" x 36" portrait or landscape format - maximum 10MB file sizeWe encourage you to upload additional images.- PDF format - No more than 5 files total - maximum 10MB combined total file size Save and Continue Later Submission FeesYour application is not complete until payment is made. Select your membership type, then click Submit to be redirected to Paypal to complete the payment. Applicant Type*SBN Member: For-Profit - $75SBN Member: Non-Profit- $30Non-Member: For-Profit - $100Non-Member: Non-Profit/Government - $50Not a member yet? Learn about the benefits of SBN Membership here Save and Continue Later This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.