Carol Craig, FCSLA, has been practicing landscape architecture for over 35 years with specialties in constructed wetlands, land development and Low Impact Development. She has completed projects in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and her home province of Alberta with a focus on creating great places for people. Her work with project management, conceptual and detailed design, and contract administration has enabled Carol to easily translate messages between the public and multidisciplinary project teams. This skill has allowed Carol to broaden her practice to include public and stakeholder engagement and communications.
Carol has a Bachelor of Interior Design (BID) degree and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree (MLArch) from the University of Manitoba. She is a member of the Alberta Association of Landscape Architects, Saskatchewan Association of Landscape Architects, Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects and the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2).
Carol has been an active volunteer with time spent on numerous boards including: the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) as president, the Alberta Association of Landscape Architects (AALA), as president, the Edmonton Design Committee and the Urban Development Institute Edmonton Region.
Carol has served on several juries, including the CSLA Awards of Excellence, the Governor General’s Medal in Landscape Architecture, and the Canadian Home Builders Association National Awards for Housing Excellence . She is currently the professional advisor for an upcoming landscape architecture design competition.
Christian MATTEAU is a graduate of the School of Landscape Architecture, Faculté de l’Aménagement, University de Montréal, Québec, qualified in the Environmental Approach to Urban Planning (AEU), he is an accredited member of the Association of Landscape Architects of Québec (AAPQ) and a member of the French Federation of Landscape Architects (FFP).