Golara Seif is an Intern Landscape Architect at Brook McIlroy. She has her full Landscape Architecture license in the province of Quebec, where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Montreal. Since joining Brook McIlroy, Golara has been involved in projects of various scales and types including screetscapes, historic preservation, trail design and urban plazas.
Prior to Brook McIlroy, Golara worked at AECOM in Toronto and at a residential design-build firm in Montreal. Her previous work experience includes the design and production of contract drawings for transit facilities, parks, streetscapes, and general site work for infrastructure projects. Golara’s experience includes work on multiple GO Stations in the City of Toronto, the TTC’s Scarborough Centre Station Concept Plan, the City of Toronto Humber Loop Platform Retrofit, the City of Toronto’s Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant, the City of Peterborough’s Charlotte Street West Layout Plan, and the City of Toronto McCowan District Park Phase 3.