Growing up in a small agricultural community in Southern California, Josh credits working on the family alfalfa and wheat farm,
What stunning aerial views of Beaver Lake!
As work on the restoration plans for Beaver Lake in Vancouver’s Stanley Park continues, the project team was out at the site performing an ecological assessment.
Stewart Denny and Ali Canning from the LEES+Associate team, along with biologist Chris Lee from AquaTerra can be seen in this drone footage wading in the bog.
[Snowshoeing north of 60 creates some stylish hair]
Richard Cook and Alix MacKay from our team has just returned from travels to the Northwest Territories to conduct a site visit and participate in community engagement efforts for our latest project in the North.
Greeted with temperatures of down to -51 celsius,
It is Family Day in British Columbia and a few other provinces here in Canada.
As such, our office will be closed on Monday, 18th February 2018. We hope you have a relaxing long weekend with family.
We also wanted to use this opportunity to highlight a few remarkable parks, trails and open spaces we’ve had the honour of working on.
Following her presentation on Records Retention at the BCSLA’s annual conference, Cailin Barteltt, records manager at LEES+Associates has published an article in the current issue of Landscapes|Paysages Magazine, the flagship magazine of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.
The BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) recently awarded LEES+Associates COR certification for our commitment to occupational health and safety.
The Certificate of Recognition (COR) is a voluntary incentive program that recognizes and rewards companies who take a strategic approach to workplace safety, and implement health,
The Salt Spring Lions Commemorative Bike Park was opened to the public on August 6th with a ribbon cutting and community celebrations that included a prize draw for new bikes, professional bike trials demonstration and food served by the Salt Spring Lions Club.
The bike park is designed to facilitate skills development and cycling opportunities for new and young cyclists.
In 2016, the LEES + Associates design team worked with the Town of Okotoks, Alberta to plan and design a new cremation garden at the Okotoks Cemetery. The cremation garden was tendered in 2017 and opened in June 2018. Here are a few photos from the opening.
We are pleased to see the site looking so good!
In the last few years, LEES + Associates has been working on the planning and design of a new cemetery in western Canada. The cemetery is expected to open in 2019 with the landscape contract slated to go to tender this fall.
The LEES + Associates design team hopes to incorporate basalt pillars and Alberta Sandstone into feature areas of the new cemetery;