We are excited to share some fantastic news!  The Binnie LAB has recently been featured in the June edition of Canada Wide Media’s Award magazine. The feature titled “Reimagining The Landscape of Civil Engineering” dives deep into our evolution and expansion of services across Canada: LAB = Landscape Architecture +3 (Sports, Recreation, and Open Spaces). The feature also showcases our innovative approach to planning and design, with a solid reputation on hundreds of BC and Alberta sports, recreation, and open space projects, including synthetic turf fields, natural grass sports fields, running tracks, tennis, pickleball, and sports courts, trails, and athletic and park facilities.

We are honored to be recognized by the Award Magazine and grateful for the opportunity to showcase our passion for its readers. Check out the full feature in the Award Magazine here

“Binnie has continued to stay on the leading edge of the sports and recreation design process due to our fully integrated design process between our landscape architects and civil engineers working within a single division, and our design teams cross training on each project. By blurring the design lines between the two traditional disciplines, we can reach aesthetic design solutions backed by strong technical excellence” – Blair Arbuthnot, Division Manager, The Binnie LAB

Stay tuned for more updates and insights as we continue to innovate and strive to build connected communities across Canada.

About Award Magazine

For 38 years, Award magazine has been serving the needs of Canadian architects, specification writers, consulting engineers, landscape architects, interior designers, general contractors, builders, developers, facility managers and city planners. Award serves the special interests of architects, consulting engineers and construction industry professionals. It is the only media property in Canada that addresses the concerns of all five design/construction professions: architecture, construction, engineering, interior design, and landscape architecture. Four times per year, this large-format magazine presents building industry professionals across Canada with well-researched, vital stories and updates on the people, projects and issues driving their industries. Award is also a key source for information about the newest products and services available to building professionals and is a leading source for industry news. Award magazine has a readership of 30,000, which includes Architects & Spec Writers  67%, Consulting Engineers  11%, Landscape Architects  6%, Interior Designers 3%, General Contractors  3%, Developers & City Planners  5%, Suppliers  5%.