3D Visualizations Projects

Several visualizations have been completed for various private individuals throughout Revelstoke. These projects were used to submit to the City of Revelstoke for a Development Permit Application.

City of Revelstoke Contract Planning

Selkirk Planning & Design has completed several planning projects for the City of Revelstoke. Planning work has included a Public Participation Master Plan, Official Community Plan Amendments, and the organization and graphics for a Form-Based Zoning Bylaw. Several other planning projects were completed as Endemic Mountain Design.

Educational Portfolio

The skills I use today were developed through a series of design studios in both undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as study abroad terms and a Masters Degree Project, which focused on the development of a greenfield site in Canmore, AB. The projects included large-scale comprehensive greenfield development design, as well as small-scale, detailed site design.

New Denver Resilience Action Plan

In collaboration with Have Blue Consulting & Design Ltd., Endemic Mountain Design (now Selkirk Planning & Design) developed the Resilience Action Plan to satisfy the Provincial Government’s Integrated Sustainable Community Plan requirements. The project employed permaculture principles to assess current practices and used community resilience to ensure sustainability and guide future decision-making.

Red Deer County Open Space Master Plan

As a member of the Urban Lab team at the University of Calgary, I was involved with phases 2-4 of the Red Deer County Open Space Master Plan. This innovative project is a comprehensive approach to providing an open space plan for a large central Alberta county.

Scotch Creek Neighbourhood Official Community Plan

The Scotch Creek Neighbourhood Official Community Plan was developed in collaboration with Sandalack + Associates for the Columbia Shuswap Regional District. The SCNOCP focused on developing an Open Space Plan around which future development was organized. The plan recommended a variety of housing options within existing developable areas, maintaining all ALR lands, and building on existing commercial areas, to develop a village centre, and tourist commercial area that would meet the needs of full-time and seasonal residents.

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