DAILY NEWS Oct 8, 2012 6:04 PM - 0 comments

DIALOG about to get a little dirty

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CALGARY/EDMONTON/TORONTO/VANCOUVER 2012-10-08

National design firm DIALOG is adding a new skill set to its integrated design approach with the addition of landscape architecture firm Carlyle + Associates. "We are very excited to have Doug Carlyle and his team join us. They will enable DIALOG to provide award-winning landscape architecture services to our clients," says Tom Sutherland, firm managing principal. "Our clients realize that an integrated team is in a much better position to deliver innovative design solutions. We see landscape architecture as a critical piece to this approach. We have been working with Doug Carlyle and his team for years so we already know they are a natural fit with DIALOG."

DIALOG and Carlyle + Associates have collaborated for over a decade on award-winning projects including St. Joseph's Seminary, the Edmonton Clinic, Walterdale Bridge, Louise McKinney Riverfront Park, and the Edmonton Downtown Plan. A clear commitment to quality has seen Carlyle + Associates receive awards from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects for such projects as Edmonton's North Bank/West Rossdale Plan, Calgary's Bridges Neighbourhood and Lloydminster's Border Marker.

"All of us at Carlyle + Associates have had a commitment to building an award-winning firm and are truly looking forward to joining our colleagues at DIALOG. For us, this is a remarkable opportunity to join a very progressive, design-driven leader that understands the value we bring to creating public spaces. Also, it's pretty easy joining a group of people that we already enjoy working with every day."

The team at Carlyle will continue to provide exceptional results for current clients and will now be able to offer a broad range of expertise to many new clients.



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