Associate - Landscape Architect / Urban Designer
Mark Zuzinjak often leads, or is part of, multi-disciplinary teams involved with existing conditions analysis, concept development, detailed design and construction administration for parks and public realms, campus spaces, streetscapes, community plans, and commercial, residential and mixed-use developments. Mark is also responsible for the preparation of construction drawings and illustrative graphics to effectively communicate design solutions.
Mark has designed outdoor spaces for some of the most recognizable sites in the Waterloo Region geared toward accessibility, safety and sustainability to reduce maintenance costs and impacts on the environment. His projects include designing the entrance, plaza and streetscape treatments at The BarrelYards and Father David Bauer Drive, preparing concepts for Waterloo Public Square, leading the transformation of the South Common courtyard at University of Waterloo main campus, and rooftop terrace designs and street frontages for One Victoria and One Hundred Victoria Condos in Downtown Kitchener. He also led landscape design for streets, community entrances and parks at the New Amherst Community in Cobourg.
Mark is a sessional instructor at the University of Guelph Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program where he introduces students to survey techniques, grade change devices and site grading processes to convey stormwater runoff.