Sarah Primeau | BCSLA, CSLA, MSc | Landscape Architect and Ecologist
Sarah has a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture (University of British Columbia) and a Masters of Ecology (Wetland Ecology, University of Waterloo). Sarah’s expertise lies in bringing ecology and design together, ensuring that projects regenerate ecological systems and connect people with the natural world. She is skilled at interpreting a site’s ecological patterns and identifying ways to protect and enhance environmentally significant features. Sarah has been with space2place since 2011.
Sarah is an Olmsted Scholar from 2011 and was selected to be on the panel of "emerging leaders" at the 2016 Landscape Architecture Foundation Summit in Philadelphia.
Sarah's project experience at space2place includes: Surrey Bend Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant (Metro Vancouver), City of Burnaby Works Yard, Queen Elizabeth Park Master Plan (City of Edmonton), Matsqui Trail Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), City of Edmonton Dogs in Open Spaces Plan, and the City of Surrey Dog Off Leash Strategy.