Larry Weber, P.G. , recipient of the Martin Van Couvering Award

Larry-Weber-2007Recipient of 2014 Martin Van Couvering Award from American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) The Martin Van Couvering Memorial Award was established by the Executive Committee in 1979 in posthumous honor of the first president of the Institute. Martin Van Couvering made the presidency a full-time occupation for the first two years of the Institute’s history. His dynamic leadership, diplomacy, and organizational abilities established the solid foundation from which the Institute has grown. Few, if any, have given so much to the Institute. The most important criterion for the Martin Van Couvering Memorial Award is service to the Institute. As in other awards, a wide variety of contributions to the Institute may be considered. By far the most important contribution a geologist can make to the Institute is that of time. It is the contributions by individuals to the Sections, the committees, and special projects that enable the Institute to enhance the practice of geology.

Urban Land Institute Nashville Award Winners


2015 Excellence in Development Awards, May 20, 2015

Third and Lea – Private Sector Small Project Winner

TTL performed a Phase I ESA at this site. Third and Lea is a 20,000 square foot office building.

Elliston 23 – Private Sector Large Project Winner

TTL performed a Phase I ESA and construction materials testing. Elliston23 is a luxury apartment complex consisting of 331 units and 15,000 square feet of retail space.

12 South Flats – Private Sector Large Project Winner

TTL performed a geotechnical exploration for the site, Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, and construction materials testing (CMT). 12 South Flats is a mixed-use development comprised of 90 apartments and 9,870 square feet of retail space with underground and surface parking.