Trish Clarke is a landscape architect, an urban designer, and a project manager with five years of experience. She is a full member of both the OALA and CSLA, and holds a professional degree in landscape architecture from the University of Guelph. Trish is a skilled designer, an organized project manager, and a creative team member. Through her experience, she has designed and overseen construction of numerous projects, collaborated on multidisciplinary design teams, and has been involved in the facilitation of public consultation. She participates in all stages of the planning and design process from concept development, design evolution, creation, and completion to working drawings and construction documents.
Trish is adept at working between scales and her experience in landscape architecture and urban design includes master planning, trail design, urban playgrounds, parks, streetscapes, mid-rise condominium developments, and neighbourhood community parks. A few notable projects include the Kingston Waterfront Master Plan, the City of Toronto Existing Dogs Off-Leash Study, Tasca Community Park in Nobleton, Barrie Military Heritage Park, four parks for the City of Markham, and a master plan for Toronto’s Ridge Trail.