If I were a tree, I would be a sugar maple complete with bright fall foliage and sweet maple syrup for my Canadian comrades to pour over everything.
Katelyn is a creative problem solver, with experience working on a range of projects including public parks and open space, aggregate pit planning and remediation, transportation and national infrastructure, as well as commercial and urban landscapes.
With a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honors) from the University of Guelph, Katelyn has put her education to work on projects across Ontario, Ireland and Alberta. She has been involved in various projects including the National Children’s Garden (Dublin, Ireland), Northcliffe Parkette (Toronto, Ontario) and the NECC Genesis Centre of Community Wellness Field House Addition (Calgary, Alberta). Committed to sustainable solutions, Katelyn believes that timeliness landscapes are rooted in environmentally-conscious, technically sound and socially appropriate planning.