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WHO WE ARE

We respond creatively to every project,
connecting people with meaningful landscapes.

Our firm has diverse skills and experience in the design and planning of open space at every scale.
We have received landscape architecture awards at the provincial and national levels.

PROJECTS

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Lakeview Cemetery in Penticton

On a recent visit to the Okanagan Valley, we got the opportunity to see the newly constructed burial expansion areas at Lakeview Cemetery in Penticton.
LEES+Associates was retained to develop construction documents for the expansion areas two years ago.

The burial expansion areas include:

A green burial area in a native Okanagan grassland
The ‘stream of memories’ river rock wall
Muslim burial area
Premium burial area overlooking the lake with a full range of interment and memorialization options including family estate lots and family cremation gardens
Scattering gardens

Below are a few photos from the site.

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LEES+Associates’ Summer Retreat!

We’re not only about work at LEES+Associates, we make room for fun too. Occasionally, we shut off our computers and go out to play!

We had a fantastic company retreat at Dragon’s Lodge on Gabriola Island recently. The weekend allowed time for the LEES team and our families to share communal meals,

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Monument Slabs at Royal Oak Burial Park

LEES+Associates was delighted to work with Vancouver-based monument builder and sculptor, Dan Bellan, on the latest expansion area at Royal Oak Burial Park, in Victoria B.C.

The design team collaborated with Dan on the design, placement and refinement of monumental slabs of Vancouver Island white marble that are the key features at the cemetery’s new “BIRCH” and “MAGNOLIA” Sections.

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