Jonathan Loschmann is a landscape architect and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) accredited professional with 21 years of professional experience. Jonathan specializes in urban sites, campuses, parks, public art integration, public engagement and ecologically sensitive design in the City of Ottawa and National Capital Region. He has worked on a range of the region’s best urban developments, including the Nicol Building at Carleton University and the City of Ottawa’s largest transportation projects. Jonathan led the award-winning team that delivered the Capital Illumination Plan for the National Capital Commission. Jonathan focuses on design excellence and innovation in the form of conserved, built and preserved landscapes. He has been the lead Landscape Architect on notable Ottawa-based projects including select sites of the Energy Services Acquisition Program (ESAP), the Community Design Plan for Wateridge Village in Ottawa, Ottawa’s Confederation Line Light Rail Transit (OLRT) project, and the Community Design Plan for City of Ottawa’s Bank Street. Jonathan’s planning and design experience includes master plans and detail design for municipal and institutional sites, including at Carleton University, uOttawa, Harvard University, among others. He is a sessional instructor at Carleton University Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and served as juror on the selection of public artists for Ottawa’s Confederation Line Extension. He is a member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph.

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