Danielle Larocque - Landscape Architectural Technologist

Works at The City of Red Deer
Years of experience: 3

Last updated: February, 2024

Career Journey




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Future Ambitions

NAIT- Landscape Architectural Technology program 2018-2021

Little Creek Landscaping- Landscape Designer/LAT

Stantec Consulting Ltd- Landscape Architectural Technologist

The City of Red Deer - Parks and Open Space Designer

A few of my ambitions of obtaining a landscape architect licensure and making a difference in the field despite my disability. Another goal is to travel the world can provide me with valuable insights and inspiration from different cultures and landscapes.

Question and Answers

After graduation, what was the first position you had? How did that shape where you are now as a Landscape Architectural Technologist?

The first job was with the Little Creek Landscaping as their Landscape Designer. It shaped me into a confident LAT and gave me more of landscape construction knowledge that benefited me for my next job.

Describe something that you have found challenging as a LAT?. How did you overcome this?

My disability has been a challenge for me since day one but my team and I always find a way to work around my disability and there are so many tools that we can use to make communication efficient. Transparency and integrity communication are the most important with my disability.

What are your future goals?

-Landscape Architect Licensure
-Travel the world
-Advocate peers with disability in Landscape Architecture

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