The purpose of the Sustainability in Civil Engineering Award is to recognize civil engineering infrastructure projects that embody the principles of sustainability espoused by the BSCES Committee on Sustainability, ASCE, and the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI). Such projects prominently and creatively incorporate the five sustainability indicators of quality of life, leadership, resource allocation, natural world, and climate risk. To be eligible, a project must demonstrate adherence to the principles of economic, social, and environmental sustainability as identified by ASCE/ISI criteria for sustainable infrastructure. The project must have been designed by a team of civil engineers based in Massachusetts, and must have been constructed within the last five years. Entries must be submitted no later than May 1, 2017. For more details regarding submission guidelines and evaluation criteria for this award, please see the informational flyer or download the BSCES Sustainability Award Form from our website.