Tim McCullochTim McCulloch has practiced landscape architecture in Calgary and Alberta since 1977. Thanks to Jim Taylor and Doug Patterson, he apprenticed at Lombard North Calgary in the heady days of the late 70’s, working on projects like Fish Creek Provincial Park and the Foothills Yukon Pipeline. Tim moved to Garry Carson’s office in 1979. Garry and Tim had a successful collaboration for over twenty-five years. Together they forged a partnership that participated on significant award-winning and memorable works like the Stephen Avenue Mall, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, various projects at Fort Calgary and the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Tim will tell you that he has been fortunate to have had many excellent clients over the years. Of equal importance, are the staff, past and present who invested their creative talent to the benefit of the office and its projects. While his portfolio has emphasized urban works including Stephen Avenue and The Bow, the projects that resonate most are often farther afield like the Camrose Urban Park System, Buffalo Lake Mitigation and the Elkwater Shorefront Development.
Tim has served his community and promoted the profession in a variety of ways over the years. He is a frequent guest critic to the Landscape and Architecture programs at the University of Calgary.