Rebecca Egger works on a variety of municipal, educational and residential retirement projects, seeing the majority of these from concept to construction. She has a strong working knowledge of landscape requirements related to municipal approvals. Rebecca is detail-oriented with excellent communication and project management skills. This has helped her build solid working relationships with clients and contractors. She delivers efficient and effective administration during the construction process, both during meetings and in the field.
Rebecca completed her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree with Honours at the University of Guelph, and she is an Associate Member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects. Having grown up in Southwestern Ontario, the rural landscape inspired her to study landscape architecture with a focus in geography. Over the course of her studies, she has taken an interest in designing for the elderly. She completed her thesis on designing for the health and well-being of the elderly. She has been involved in the outdoor concept and design of various retirement homes. Rebecca understands the importance of outdoor environments and how they can influence our health and well-being; no matter age. She strives to understand place, and find balance between natural and built environments.