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.
Our offices will be closed over the holidays through January 1st 2019, reopening on Wednesday January 2nd.
Happy holidays from all of us at LEES+Associates and best wishes for 2019
Photo: Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, North Vancouver, BC
Enjoy this collection of articles and resources we found particularly interesting this week.
Everybody has to die
Investing in a final resting place as Metro Vancouver’s real estate market heats up
A walk in the park
“Parks are the key to good public health and to the environmental health of cities,”
Bowen Island Parks Plan
A community-supported vision for Bowen Island’s parks,
Erik Lees was in Philadelphia last month to attend the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) annual conference and to receive an Honor Award in the Professional Awards category for LEES+Associates’ design of the Iqaluit Municipal Cemetery.
[Photo credit: EPNAC]
Located on an 8 ½ acre site on Baffin Island’s Frobisher Bay,
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 power of the place is extraordinary, and the decision to keep it simple and subdued is brilliant. The place honors the community’s ancestors. There are certain times when you’re working with a landscape that’s so beautiful, the best thing to do is as little as possible — 2018 Awards Jury
We were thrilled to attend the Pioneer Cemetery grand re-opening ceremony this week hosted by the City of Whitehorse.
The cemetery has been revitalized with the re-leveling and cleaning of more than 200 headstones, recognition of unmarked graves, a new perimeter loop path, and a new main entrance plaza including interpretive panels,
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.
LEES+Associates is pleased to be working with the District of Sparwood on a cemetery master plan for two cemeteries in the district. When completed, the master plan will provide recommendations for best practices and strategy for future development utilizing current and emerging burial practices.