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“Our vision is to create vibrant communities, spaces & workplaces which respect the environment, respond to physical challenges, embrace high quality design principles, are sustainable and, importantly, meet our client’s commercial objectives.”

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE JFP’s Landscape Architects combine innovative design with practical knowledge to provide creative and comprehensive design solutions tailored to our client’s needs and the environment. JFP’s focus is to provide innovative, high quality landscape solutions. These encapsulate precise, legible ideas which are valued, can be enjoyed and, importantly, are sustainable. We believe the landscape should offer people renewable experiences through variety and choice creating comfortable, accessible places. Our experience includes: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Commercial/ Mixed Use Residential Development Institutional - Infrastructure Landscape Master Planning Vegetation Management

JFP’s consulting philosophy of Concept to Completion means we deliver more than softscape design. ƒ Full External Works Design Facade to Footpath ƒ Green infrastructure - Living walls and Green Roofs ƒ Estimation & Feasibility ƒ Contract Administration ƒ Arboricultural Consulting

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“Landscape Architects provide the ability to design and coordinate Open Space and Recreational Opportunities in a way that combines both creative and technical solutions, creating positive design outcomes for local communities”

MEDIUM TO HIGH DENSITY LIVING AND MIXED USE DEVELOPMENTS JFP’s multi-disiplinary team has had extensive experience in all facets of high density residential and mixed use developments. Our team offers a complete package, with Planners, Engineers, Surveyors and Landscape Architects all playing an important role in the design process. With all disciplines working together JFP is able to offer great efficiency and coordination in any multi unit project - from townhouses to multi-storey towers. As a team, JFP is able to creatively solve complex issues such as bio filtration, vegetation management and drainage and coordinate with other consultants and contractors. Offering services to cover all phases of a project from Development Approval to Construction JFP can provide a comprehensive design at any level.

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PROFILE

PROJECTS

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PROJECT P R O F I L E

THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND - UNION COLLEGE St Lucia - Brisbane City InsƟtuƟonal - EducaƟonal FaciliƟes

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

University of Queensland - Union College

SCALE

RevitalisaƟon of College entry precinct and carpark

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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High proĮle revitalisaƟon of college grounds Lead consultant managing concept, design and construcƟon of landscape Compliance with the Disability DiscriminaƟon Act and University restricƟons and Ɵmetables

A well known landmark within the University of Queensland, Union College is the university’s largest residenƟal college. The coeducaƟonal insƟtuƟon has housed students since the mid-60’s in buildings which have been heritage-listed for their social, cultural and architectural signiĮcance. As lead consultant presented with the task of creaƟng a fresh look for the landscape surrounding the College, JFP’s Įrst step was to creaƟvely assess how best to work with the exisƟng environment. This involved understanding the sites heritage and its former use as the university forestry site; which explained some of the signiĮcant vegetaƟon found on the college grounds. The Įnal design also had to pass the precise requirements of both the Union College Board and the University of Queensland Senate. The outcome of JFP’s educated approach to the design of the College landscape could be described as a seamless union between the new and the old on the site. JFP’s design sought to deinsƟtuƟonalise the College’s landscape by balancing light-weight materials that create a sense of openness against personal spaces created through the use of nooks, decks and plaƞorms. The new landscape appears to blend in with the exisƟng buildings to create an accessible place within which students can comfortably study, rest and play.


“JFP designed a modern, aesthetically pleasing and functional area for use by residents and visitors to Union College. JFP’s Project Management style was client focused and responsive to the operational needs of a community residential college..... The College is excited by what JFP has created.” - Jill Hewitt (Head of College)


PROJECT P R O F I L E

GASWORKS PRECINCT Newstead - Brisbane City Commercial/Mixed Use - Public Plaza, Retail Centre & High Density ResidenƟal Towers

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

FKP

SCALE

Mixed Use Commercial and Retail Precinct Woolworths Shopping Centre and Public Plaza

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Large mulƟ-purpose Public Plaza Comfortable, sub-tropical central hub Design and research of Brisbane’s largest greenroof IntegraƟon of a Heritage Listed landmark Custom furniture and planter design Project Partner: Cox Rayner Architects

The Gasworks at Newstead Riverpark is an extensive, master planned, mixed use development, with the heritage listed and predominant Brisbane landmark, The Gasometer, at its centre. The FKP Gasworks precinct is part of Newstead Riverpark Development of riverfront land that was once a series of yards, stores, pipelines and storage devices associated with gas supply. It was a fragmented place that was dissected by access roads, rail lines and the main drainage line. JFP’s role in the development is to design one cohesive space, while sƟll providing for the various diverse precincts envisioned for the development. Precincts include retail, commercial, bars and restaurants, as well as a very unique public plaza set around and within the structure of the Gasometer itself. JFP has also been involved in the research and design of a large green roof, including ‘beach’ pool, to service the large residenƟal tower that overlooks the commercial and retail precinct below. JFP’s vision for the space is based on creaƟng a comfortable, subtropical place of renewable experiences rich in detail, choice and variety; while sƟll integraƟng the play, permeability and legibility of a public space. Much emphasis has been put on oīering the excitement of discovery by telling the stories of the Gasworks in the subtle detail of lighƟng, pavements, seaƟng and material selecƟon.


experiiencees rich in detail, ch hoice and variety...

JFP’s role involved the research, design and documentation of the large green roof to the precinct which will be one of the largest of its type in Brisbane and Australia. Through close coordination with project architects, Cox Rayner, the green roof and associated recreational amenities will provide a distinct residential experience for Brisbane.


The Gasometer Plaza is the subtropical heart of the wider Gasworks Precinct at Newstead Riverpark. While the surrounding development focuses on commercial, retail and residential uses, the Plaza will provide a vibrant public realm that will act as a central hub of entertainment &recreation.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

JAMES STREET PRECINCT ForƟtude Valley - Brisbane Commercial/Mixed Use - Retail, Restaurants and Oĸces

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT SCALE

Centro Partnership, Ralph Lauren Pty Ltd and the George Group Pty Ltd MulƟple projects within the precinct as part of renewal and expansion works

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Streetscape design & custom balustrade Breezeway spaces and rooŌop planters Furniture design as part of the Harvey’s Restaurant refurbishment (By Riddel Architecture) Project Partners: Richards & Spence and Trapp Architects

StarƟng design at 15 James Street in 2010, JFP has conƟnued to be involved in various projects along the iconic James Street precinct in ForƟtude Valley. From new developments to refurbished retail and restaurant spaces, JFP has been involved in many diīerent types of projects along the strip for various clients. Ranging from streetscape, custom furniture and retail courtyard design, JFP has been able to tailor all projects to Įt within the disƟncƟve James Street character while seƫng a foundaƟon for future developments. Working alongside Richards & Spence and Trapp Architects on several diīerent sites, each design focussed on quality and Įne detail to retain the ‘High Street’ feel the precinct is known for. JFP’s experience in mulƟ use projects and construcƟon knowledge gave them the ability to creaƟvely solve complex design issues that are oŌen incurred on redevelopment & refurbishment projects, such as creaƟng a new Brisbane City Council barrier detail to solve an unusual mulƟ-level footpath issue.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

CBIC G2 GREEN SQUARE BUILDING ForƟtude Valley - Brisbane Commercial/Mixed use - Oĸce Tower

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

City of Brisbane Investment CorporaƟon

SCALE

Major Oĸce Tower Development (13 Levels)

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Streetscape Design MulƟ-level planters and living screens Full external works design Greenstar Building Design Project Partner: CoƩee Parker Architects

In conjuncƟon with CoƩee Parker Architects, JFP’s Landscape Architects were responsible for the full external works design for CBIC’s G2 Green Square building - the newest addiƟon to the Green Square development in ForƟtude Valley. Being a Greenstar Building, the development had to meet strict requirements to achieve the required energy and water eĸciency. JFP’s Landscape Architects worked alongside other subconsultants to produce a Green Star rated landscape for the building including irrigaƟon. Hardscape design elements included furniture and stair detailing as well as the addiƟon of upper level courtyards, green walls and high level ‘living screens’. These provide comfortable, useable spaces for the clients while also creaƟng a green buīer to the adjacent residenƟal use.


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After

the end result is testament to [JFP’s] hard work upfront and thinking outside the square from m the onset.. - Jason West (Lan (L ands dsca cape pe Arc rchi hite tect - Ipswich City Council)


PROJECT P R O F I L E

IPSWICH WATERSIDE PARKS Barellan Point & Karalee - Ipswich Government - Park infrastructure, Open Space and RevegetaƟon

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT SCALE

Ipswich City Council/Dig It Landscape (Joint Venture) Two public park & reacreaƟon spaces along the Brisbane River

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS • • • • • • •

Queensland Flood ReconstrucƟon Works MulƟ-purpose public gathering spaces Open space parklands ExciƟng playground space Subtropical planƟng RevegetaƟon and bank stabilisaƟon Access to river for recreaƟonal acƟvites

The Ipswich Waterside Parks Project involved two Ňood aīected parks; Joseph Brady Park & Riverside Park, located along the Brisbane and Bremer Rivers, in Karalee, Ipswich. AŌer the 2011 Ňoods, Ipswich City Council required a team of Landscape Architects, Landscape Contractors and technical subconsultants to redesign and re-construct the baƩered parks, which had previously been popular public spaces. JFP/Dig It Landscape’s proposal included redesign of carpark and access to both parks, open space, gathering spaces and a large intergrated playground area in Joseph Brady Park. The main aim of the design was to re-establish the parks as important recreaƟonal spaces for the community, while also improving resilience for future Ňood events. The bank stabilisaƟon and revegetaƟon of banks that were washed away during the 2011 Ňoods aims to secure the bank in a way that will reduce the impacts of a future Ňood. Working with and coordinaƟng with a number of subconsultants, which included JFP’s own Engineers, Planners and Surveyors, JFP’s Landscape Architects were able to create park systems that are userfriendly, inviƟng and which will ulƟmately provide valuable open space opportuniƟes for the community.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

AQUA’TA Bulimba - Brisbane City High Density ResidenƟal - Units

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Aspect Property Group

SCALE

3 Storey MulƟ-Unit Development totalling 83 x 2 and 3 bedroom units in 4 stages.

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Brown Įeld redevelopment of a former industrial site Worked in tandem with Ellivo Architects to provide Development Assessment and Landscape Architecture perspecƟves Achieved residenƟal yield in excess of normal planning scheme constraints

JFP’s Planners and Landscape Architects worked as part of a small project team, in tandem with Ellivo Architects, to prepare a high quality development proposal for lodgement and approval by Brisbane City Council. The locaƟon of the site, being close to Oxford St in the trendy Brisbane suburb of Bulimba, lent itself to a development density in excess of the nominated City Plan requirements. Working with the project architects and the client, a design was prepared which maximised the height and bulk achievable on the site. This was done acknowledging the seƫng of the site and character of the area. The high quality nature of the design combined with input from JFP’s Planners enabled Council to support the proposal in a Ɵmely and eĸcient manner exceeding the Client’s expectaƟons. The project reinforced JFP’s ability to work in combinaƟon with high quality architects to revitalise an inner city “brown Įeld” site; enhancing the immediate streetscape and the residenƟal amenity of the area as a whole.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

PINK CITY EXPRESSWAY Rajasthan - India Infrastructure - Expressway

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Pink City Expressway

SCALE

225km upgrade of naƟonal highway to 6 lanes

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

Appointed as internaƟonal design consultant advising on the high proĮle project; located between the naƟonal capital and a popular tourist town. Provided Urban Design and Landscape Concepts for the project

JFP was appointed as the internaƟonal design consultant for urban and landscape design on the Pink City Expressway Project in India. The 225km expressway connects the naƟonal capital, Delhi, to the popular tourist city of Jaipur; the capital of Rajasthan State. JFP’s assignment was to provide concepts relaƟng to the urban and landscape design of the Expressway that would mark the project as being world-class. JFP’s design creaƟvely balanced the Client’s desire for a worldclass road environment, which would encourage new travellers to use the Expressway, against the needs of the high volumes of freight traĸc, which currently uƟlise the exisƟng highway. Modern interpretaƟons of intricate paƩerns and styles inspired by tradiƟonal Rajasthani architecture and handicraŌs were creaƟvely and precisely incorporated into the wide variety of landscape features designed for the Expressway. JFP’s involvement with the Pink City Expressway Project expanded its experience in designing urban landscapes associated with expressways and also provided valuable experience and business connecƟons within India.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

HARRY’S ROAD, TARINGA Taringa, Brisbane City Mixed Use - MulƟ-unit ResidenƟal and Commercial tenancies

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Aspect Property Group

SCALE

MulƟ-Unit ResidenƟal tower with recreaƟon space and 4 commercial tenancies & cafe

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Sought aŌer inner city locaƟon Premium residenƟal dwellings with spacious communal recreaƟon areas Part of the Taringa SCIP precinct Close locaƟon and access to Taringa Train StaƟon

Situated in the heart of the buzzing Taringa SCIP precinct, the development at Harry’s Road will become a premium inner city address for both residents and businesses alike. Making the most out of the close proximity to transit hubs, such as Taringa Train StaƟon and the popular bus routes adjacent to the property, the development will encourage the use of public transport by incorporaƟng passive surveillance techniques and buīering to ensure both residents and the public are safe and comfortable. The spacious communal recreaƟon areas will be landscaped to create a lush, subtropical environment with many opportuniƟes for deep planƟng to support feature trees and large shrubs. Due to the signiĮcant slope of the site, JFP’s Engineers and Landscape Architects had to devise creaƟve ways of treaƟng the sites stormwater and whilst not reducing the potenƟal of the site. Water sensiƟve urban design (WSUD) principles helped to achieve this. Working with Ellivo Architects, the development has been designed to achieve the most return from the great posiƟon, while sƟll keeping valuable views and acƟvaƟng the street frontages. The Harry’s Road development also provides substanƟally improved access to Taringa Railway StaƟon through new path systems built with the new streetscape.

Image by Ellivo


PROJECT P R O F I L E

NOOSA NORTHRISE Noosaville - Sunshine Coast ResidenƟal Estate

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Seymour Group

SCALE

96 lots in 5 stages and parkland

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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Premium Noosa address Eco-friendly development located adjacent to Melaleuca wetlands with signiĮcant retained vegetaƟon on site Extensive public consultaƟon process during the design phase for the estate

Located adjacent to Melaleuca wetlands and with signiĮcant vegetaƟon exisƟng on site, the Noosa Northrise Development required intense coordinaƟon between JFP’s various disciplines to create a high quality estate which respected the areas ecology. For example, collaboraƟon between JFP’s Engineers and Landscape Architects created an eĸcient road design which also allowed for vegetaƟon retenƟon. Due to sensiƟve receiving waters nearby, Water SensiƟve Urban Design features suggested by JFP’s Engineers were creaƟvely incorporated by JFP’s Urban Designers into the plan for the site. Earthworks on the project were creaƟvely balanced between the need to win Įll material to minimise construcƟon costs against minimising excavaƟon works to retain vegetaƟon. Also, aƩenƟon to detail was required to manage the extensive demoliƟon works required at the commencement of construcƟon, and in the management of hazardous material which existed on site. The Noosa Northrise Project is proof that JFP possesses the skills required to provide integrated urban consulƟng services to achieve high quality outcomes in environmentally sensiƟve locaƟons. The project also provided JFP with experience in parƟcipaƟng in public consultaƟon processes which inŇuenced the design for the environmentally sensiƟve site.


“The Noosa Northrise Project is proof that JFP possesses the skills required to provide integrated urban consulting services to achieve high quality outcomes in environmentally sensitive locations.�


PROJECT P R O F I L E

PIONEER LAKES Mirani - Central Queensland ResidenƟal Estate and Aged Care

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Pioneer Lakes Pty Ltd

SCALE

700+ Lots, Aged Care Village and Parkland including 4 constructed lakes & wetlands

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

High level open space amenity focussed on three constructed lakes at the centre of the development along a major channel IntegraƟon of Aged Care Precinct within large residenƟal estate

This Central Queensland estate is a prime example of eīecƟve Water SensiƟve Urban Design (WSUD). The major design features for the estate are a set of lakes and wetlands located centrally. The lakes provide a number of funcƟons including stormwater management, stormwater quality improvement and visual amenity. By devising an integrated design for the lakes in-house, JFP ensured that construcƟon of the lake system would proceed smoothly and that the lakes would both funcƟon eīecƟvely while having a high quality aestheƟc appearance. JFP’s creaƟve and integrated approach to the design of the estate resulted in both economic and markeƟng beneĮts for the Client. For example, the Client had originally proposed a bridge to cross the creek at the access point to the site. Working in tandem, JFP’s Landscape Architects and Engineers creaƟvely suggested a mulƟ-cell culvert crossing; this opƟon was signiĮcantly more cost eīecƟve yet it also delivered higher level aestheƟc qualiƟes. JFP’s focus on precision was also important for this project, parƟcularly in relaƟon to devising a recirculaƟon system to keep the complex lake system alive and thriving. The Pioneer Lakes Estate further reĮned JFP’s capability to design and produce a complex lake system as the focus for a major urban development. The project also included a signiĮcant Aged Care Facility for which JFP provided urban consulƟng services.


PROJECT P R O F I L E

GLENVALE PARK Toowoomba - Queensland Local Government - Park Infrastructure and Open Space

FA S T FA C T S CLIENT

Toowoomba Regional Council

SCALE

Large exisƟng sporƟng based parklands

DISCIPLINES HIGHLIGHTS

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MuƟple recreaƟon spaces with varying requirements Proposed mulƟ aged playgrounds Themed playground including custom designed furniture Designed to be completed in stages as funding becomes available

Toowoomba Regional Council comissioned JFP to complete a Masterplan over the exisƟng Glenvale Park located in Toowoomba. While the park was well used by local residents, Council required a Masterplan that would create an exciƟng desƟnaƟon park for the wider community. Many of the exisƟng faciliƟes within the park were upgraded or improved as part of the revitalisaƟon project. The new playground proposed by JFP was designed to incorporate mulƟ-aged playground equipment with varying play experiences. Elements of the playground, including park furniture, have been custom designed by JFP to reŇect Toowoomba’s cycling heritage and the surrounding sporƟng faciliƟes. New path systems have been designed to encourage acƟve use of the park and to improve accessibility to both new and exisƟng faciliƟes. These pathways meander through exisƟng and proposed vegetaƟon, providing passive recreaƟon opportuniƟes. As part of the masterplan, JFP has to design for the future uses of the park, including an anƟcipated higher number of users. This required an extension and upgrade of exisƟng carpark faciliƟes, as well as providing improved ammeniƟes such as BBQs and shelters, to support these larger user groups.


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PROFILE

OUR TEAM

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GASWORKS - NEWSTEAD


S TA F F P R O F I L E

ANDREW GALT Manager - Landscape Architecture BBE(Land Arch) GDLA C.App. Sc. (CAD) Registered Landscape Architect AILA

EXPERIENCE

KEY PROJECTS

Andrew is the manager of the JFP Landscape Architecture department, with over 15 years experience in Urban Landscape Architecture. His experience covers the project management, design documentation and construction management of a variety of development types including mixed use, residential, institutional, commercial, transport and open space.

Gasworks Plaza

Over his career Andrew has developed a proven track record of consistently delivering on time / on budget design and construction results. He is also strongly focused on establishing excellent working relationships with Clients so as to clearly understand their expectations and requirements. Through the use of quality presentation techniques, such as 3D Modelling and Photoshop, Andrew’s team can assist clients to visualise their projects and reach strong design outcomes. Likewise, Andrew’s experience with the design of institutional and public realm places provides a solid base to assist Architects with all aspects of external works design including access requirements. The creation of high quality, innovative urban landscapes are the results that can be expected from the involvement of Andrew and his team.

Iconic mixed use project with major public plaza

Cannon Hill Anglican College Upgrade / Extension of existing school

James Street Precinct, Fortitude Valley Boutique shopping & dining including streetscape and living wall

Perigian Recreation and Community Precinct Open Space Masterplanning

SW1 - South Brisbane * Master planned mixed use development – landscape design

Southbank Tafe Redevelopment * C A PA B I L I T I E S Landscape and Urban Design Project Documentation Landscape Construction Management Landscape Works Estimation Public Realm Access Requirements 3D Modelling and Visualisations

Campus landscape design – public art integration * Works undertaken prior to joining JFP


A N D R E W G A LT - K E Y C A R E E R P R O J E C T S

K AWA N A R E C R E AT I O N L A K E • • • • •

SOUTHBANK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Regional scale masterplanned open space and community Strong design components Full design and documentation of landscape and towers Business Park, Major residential interface 2.5km rowing lake facilities, structures (towers), beaches, 7km bikeways along lineal open space 3D modelled design of towers through to construction


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SW1 - SOUTHBANK

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Comprehensive campus redevelopment $440 million State Project Full design and documentation Coordinating intergrated artworks with furniture

Landscape master plan of Commercial and Residential Precincts AILA National Award Winner Hardscape, Furniture and trellis design Subtropical planting palettes Full design and documentation of Commercial Precinct and residential areas


UNION COLLEGE - ST LUCIA


S TA F F P R O F I L E

TENILLE LEARMONTH Landscape Architect BBE(LA), GDLA Registered Landscape Architect AILA

EXPERIENCE Tenille has been part of the Landscape Architecture Team in the Brisbane Office for over 6 years. While working at JFP, Tenille has gained experience working on a range of projects including residential, commercial and institutional projects and has gained membership as a Registered Landscape Architect with Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA). Experience in both the office and the field, has allowed Tenille to follow projects from concept through to construction. This has lead to her ability to coordinate and negotiate well with outside parties, including Council, Sub-consultants, Contractors and Clients, to provide the best solution for all involved. Tenille’s high level of creative presentation and graphics provide a valuable asset to all concept and design works, including photo-real imaging and professional presentation packages. Tenille is also involved in contract documentation and administration, including detailed document packages and overseeing the tendering process.

KEY PROJECTS Ipswich Waterside Parks – Joseph Brady Park Public riverside park with amenities, playground & carpark

Gasometer 1 Major mixed use precinct incl. retail & residential & green roof

Glenvale St Masterplan, Toowoomba Masterplan of existing parklands

Clients can expect a high quality of design, documentation and presentation on all projects Tenille is involved in. University of Queensland - Union College Upgrade to internal courtyards, signage & carpark

UQ Dayboro Vet Upgrade to existing vet

C A PA B I L I T I E S Landscape Design CAD Documentation Photoshop Representation Presentation Packages Contract Administration

Noosa Northrise 92 Lot premium residential estate, parklands & revegetation


PA R K V U E E S TAT E - OX L E Y


S TA F F P R O F I L E

RYAN CAIRNEY Landscape Architect & Arborist / Field Ecologist BDes (L’scapeArch), CerƟĮed ConsulƟng Arborist (Level 5), B.Sc(Ecol) (currently studying)

EXPERIENCE

KEY PROJECTS

Ryan Cairney is a Landscape Architect with over 15 years experience within the field of Landscape Design, Horticulture, Landscape Construction and Environmental Restoration. Ryan is also a registered consulting Arborist / Field Ecologist with Arboriculture Australia and is currently undertaking studies in Ecology.

Park Vue Estate

Ryan has demonstrated professional skills in Arboriculture, Rehabilitation, Vegetation Management, and Construction Documentation and has been instrumental in establishing JFP’s Environmental Management Services reputation.

137 Residential lots, Low-Medium Residential & Parklands

The Village at Durack 170 lot Residential Estate, Parklands & Conservation Areas

Ryan’s complimentary work as an Arborist / Field Ecologist sees him involved in tree assessment from planning to construction, with an emphasis on scenic amenity and ecological outcomes. Ryan utilises his wide ranging knowledge base to enhance his rehabilitation and planting schemes, providing tailored solutions to projects based on Stakeholder and Client aspirations. Clients find Ryan’s skills as an Arborist, who can advise on the health, safety and retention/removal of vegetation on their sites, particularly useful. Ryan’s trademark is ecologically sustainable project outcomes which are the results of a creative response to unique site constraints, multi-disciplinary design considerations and our Client’s project brief.

Pioneer Lakes 350+ Residential lots, aged care & feature lakes

Doolandella Residential Community 700+ Residential lots, Parklands & Conservation Areas

Noosa Springs Estate 100 Lot Residential Community

C A PA B I L I T I E S Landscape Design Vegetation Management and Assessment Rehabilitation Planning and Design Project Documentation Construction Services Arboriculture Services

Rangebrook Residential Subdivision & Conservation Areas


C B I C G 2 G R E E N S Q U A R E - F O R T I T U D E VA L L E Y


S TA F F P R O F I L E

KIM MIERS Landscape Designer BBE(LA), GDURP

EXPERIENCE

KEY PROJECTS

Kim is a Landscape Designer in JFP’s Brisbane Office with over 5 years experience. While working in the field Kim has also completed further studies in the area of Urban and Regional Planning. This has given Kim a unique understanding of Landscape Architecture with her Planning knowledge. She has gained experience working on a range of projects including residential subdivisions, commercial and public squares.

Harrys Road, Taringa

Kim demonstrates a high level of CAD drafting standards in her work and also in 3D representations. Through the use of 3D CAD packages and Sketchup she can demonstrate a realistic view of how a project is going to look. Kim also has a wide range of graphic skills which result in her packages looking creative and professional. Kim offers Clients the ability to ensure documentation packages are completed accurately and on time, through her extensive CAD skills. This can be expected with her highquality graphical packages of sites which will ensure a more in-depth understanding of the end result.

Mixed use and residential tower

CBIC G2 Green Square Building Green star office tower and streetscape

Auckland St, Gladstone Multiunit Development

Vulture Street, Woollonbabba Multi Unit Residential Tower

Samford Road, Enogerra Defense Housing Australia Multi Unit Development

C A PA B I L I T I E S Landscape Design CAD Documentation 3D Representations Graphical Representations Vegetation Management

Aqua’ta, Bulimba 83 Luxury Apartments


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