Since 1993, ASHE has provided professionals with an opportunity to gain national recognition for their design and construction initiatives through the Vista Awards program.
Vista Awards are given in three different categories:
Award for New Construction
This Vista award is presented to an organization that has constructed a new facility essentially from the ground up. The new facility may be connected to an existing facility, but must have its own identity and be a new space.
Award for Renovation
This award is presented to an organization that has altered existing conditions or added new space to existing structures. The original building envelope must remain essentially intact.
Award for Infrastructure
This award is presented to an organization that has modified or replaced major portions of a facility's utility generation, distribution, or control systems. This type of project involves significant project planning.
For questions, contact ASHE Membership Manager Charmaine Osborne at 312-422-3822 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 VISTA AWARDS
We are now accepting 2019 Vista Award applications. Review the guidelines and submit your team’s application by September 27, 2018.
2018 Vista Recipients
Mercy Hospital Joplin
Shawnee Mission Medical Center
2017 Vista Recipients
UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
San Francisco, CA
Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Tower
St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center
Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Plant
2016 Vista Recipients
SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital—Jefferson City
Jefferson City, MO
Emergency department expansion and renovation at VCU Health
Carolinas HealthCare System Pineville
2015 Vista Recipients
Baystate Medical Center’s Hospital of the Future
Mercy Hospital St. Louis - 2nd Floor Women’s Health Center
St. Louis, MO
South Georgia Medical Center – Power Plant Replacement
2014 Vista Recipients
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Colorado Springs, CO
South Georgia Medical Center
2013 Vista Recipients
MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital
John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital
Swedish Issaquah Central Utility Plant