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Congratulations - BCSLA Award Winners!

Saturday, May 13, 2023

The BCSLA welcomes this opportunity to recognize some of our best citizens.  Congratulations to the following award recipients:

BCSLA Life Member
Greg Smallenberg:
Greg's remarkable contribution to the field of landscape architecture is evidenced in his prolific body of work and the extensive list of projects and awards. As a recognized leader in the fields of urban design and landscape architecture, Greg's career has included a variety of large-scale projects ranging from regional open space plans to highly detailed project implementation, and he has either led or played a key role in many complex planning and urban design assignments.  Greg has been responsible for numerous high-profile projects throughout Canada, as well as in the United States, Europe, and Asia.  Additionally, he has been recognized with many prestigious distinctions.

BCSLA Life Member
Al Tanzer:
Al Tanzer's work throughout Western Canada has included a wide spectrum of commissions including public works,  institutional, commercial both interior and exterior landscape, industrial business parks and multi-family developments of all sizes.  Since the early 1990's he has demonstrated his dedication to the profession by serving several terms on different Advisory Design Panels, the Vancouver Heritage Commission, the Vancouver Safe Sidewalks Committee and more.   The BCSLA has been fortunate that Al Tanzer has  dedicated his time and expertise as the Chair of the BCSLA ADP Sub-Committee for many years.

BCSLA President's Award
Megan Turnock:
The award acknowledges Megan's dedication as the lead BCSLA volunteer on the 2022 Professional Practice Survey. In her volunteer work for the BCSLA, she has consistently given generously of her time while maintaining a professional attitude.    

Click to view background photo & credits
Project: Hanley Residence
Landscape Architect / Firm: LeFrank & Associates Ltd.
Location: Brentwood Bay, British Columbia
Photo Credit: David Hollebone