Mike Teed | BCSLA, CSLA | Landscape Architect
Mike has played a leadership role in many space2place projects, providing quality control systems and managing schedules, team members and contractors. He excels in finding opportunities through constraints and is able to see the big picture while managing the day-to-day progress of each project. He has a strong background in sustainable design and advocates for the role of landscape architecture in promoting environmental and social stewardship in urban conditions. He has been with space2place since 2006.
Mike has master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Landscape Architecture from UBC and the University of Guelph, respectively. He earned the 2007 ASLA Student Honour Award in Research, among others, during his schooling. In 2014, he was recognized with the Canadian Society of Landscape Architecture (CSLA) Emerging Professional Award, along with numerous other awards for his work on space2place projects.
Selected Projects: Kinsmen Park and Area Master Plan (City of Saskatoon), North Shore Spirit Trail (various North Shore municipalities) and Oppenheimer Park (Vancouver Park Board). Mike recently completed the redevelopment of Prairie Winds Park (City of Calgary) and is leading the design and implementation the East Fraser Lands Area 2 Parks (Vancouver Park Board).
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