The bar was raised at this semester's capstone event! On December 12, twelve students presented their capstones to a panel of impressed judges.Charishma Hunjan (pictured here) took home the 1st place prize of $1,000 for her Westin at Seattle-Tacoma Airport in Seattle, WA. Her plan proposed a new hotel and meeting destination offering a full service hotel, meeting space and health club. Second place and a $500 prize went toDaniel Moreno-Holt for his Riverwalk Plaza development in Salisbury, MD which included a library, performing arts center, apartments and a retail frame on the waterfront. The third place prize of $250 went to Ernestine Hurtt for her Hollins Plaza development in Baltimore, MD. Ernestine presented Baltimore's newest food market and entertainment destination with a renovated public market and 21 renovated affordable townhomes. And Wade Cassamajor was recognized with the honorable mention award. His Towers at Cottage City development in Prince George's County, MD is a 288-unit affordable housing project with one senior residential building and one family residential building. A big thank you to the five judges who devoted their Saturday to this event. Marcus Ervin, Nancy Rase, Herb Heiserman, Daniel Moss, and John Lin.
Colvin Institute Names Winners of the First Annual Colvin Case Study Challenge