The Maryland chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recently presented awards for work that was felt to promote community growth while protecting the environment.

Among the award-winners were the Rouse Co., for Harper House in Columbia; Howard Homes, Inc., for Monterrey Court patio homes in Columbia, and Herbert J. Siegel for Heather Ridge homes in Baltimore.

Also, Mark Beck & Associates, for the Hashawha Environmental Appreciation Area in Carroll County, Md.; Chapel Valley Nurseries of Woodbine, Md., for its work at the Martin Marietta Corp. building in Bethesda; Charles Center Inner Harbor Corp., the mayor and city council of Baltimore and the city's department of housing and community development for the Inner Harbor development project, and the Bureau of Landscape Architecture of the Maryland State Highway Administration for the Providence Road Park and Ride facility in Towson.

Also, Samuel Crozier Associates in Baltimore, the American Landscape Contractors Assocation award for Harper House.

Daft, McCune and Walker, Inc., of Towson received an American Society of Landscape Architects merit award for East Point Mall and two awards for Heather Ridge homes in Baltimore. Land Design-Research, Inc., Columbia, received three ASLA merit awards for the Pennsylvania Avenue plan, for a recreation area in Ohio and for the Otterbein Homestead area in Baltimore.

Donovan Feloa, Balderson & Associates of Silver Spring received an environmental landscape award for its work on the Martin Marietta building.