Bev Windjack

Landscape Architect, Founding Principal

Bev Windjack has over 35 years of experience in all aspects of private sector landscape architecture and an established reputation for facilitation, public presentation, and design excellence. Bev passionately believes that landscape architects have an important role to play in ensuring the ecological integrity of our towns and cities so that they can survive and thrive in the face of changing environmental conditions such as extreme temperature changes, drought and flooding, and sea level rise. She is also committed to learning about the intersection of climate change and design, and how landscape architecture can be used to lower the health risks climate change disproportionately poses to vulnerable communities

Bev is an accredited LEED professional and received her Ecological Restoration Professional Specialization Certificate from the University of Victoria in 2014. She is Chair of the BCSLA Climate Change Working Group and a member of the NRCAN “Inspiring Climate Action” project team, the BC Professional Association’s Adaptation Working Group, the CSLA Climate Adaptation Committee, the Esquimalt Design Review Committee, the University of Victoria’s Restoration Advisory Committee, and the Resilient Saanich Committee.

In addition to her extensive committee work, Bev is lead Landscape Architect for a variety of projects including the Te’tuxwtun project, a collaboration between the Snuneymuxw First Nation, BC Housing, School District 68, and the City of Nanaimo (the four Knowledge Partners).