Mark Bauche

AECOM (NYSE: ACM) connects expertise across services, markets and geographies to deliver transformative outcomes. Worldwide, we design, build, finance, operate and manage projects and programs that unlock opportunities, protect the environment and improve people’s lives. With approximately 90,000 employees around the world AECOM is a leader in all key markets it serves.

 AECOM Canada Ltd. provides services under: Buildings & Places, including Landscape Architecture and Planning, and Building Engineering;  Water and Wastewater; Transportation; Environment; Power & Energy, and PM/CM Business Lines.  Together with AECOM Consultants Inc. and  AECOM Canada Nuclear Operations, with a collective history going back over 100 years, we have 8,000 employees with a wide variety of technical and non-technical specialties – engineers, architects, landscape architects, planners, economists, environmental specialists as well as administrative and support staff.

 Our Landscape Architectural group across Canada includes approximately 12 Landscape Architects,  2 of whom are MALA Members.


Planning and Public Consultation

  • First Nation Community Plans
  • Community Sustainability Plans
  • Development Plans
  • Secondary Plans and Zoning Bylaws
  • Subdivision Plans and Approvals
  • GIS Analysis
  • Land Use and Energy Conservation Studies
  • Stakeholder and Public Engagement/Consultation

Landscape Architecture and Urban Design

  • Parks Canada Agency and Provincial Parks Projects
  • Parks and Recreation Master Planning and Design
  • Site Planning and Design
  • Waterfronts, Plazas, Urban Design
  • Transportation Corridor Design
  • Environmental Remediation Studies and Design
  • 3D Modelling

Facility Asset Management

  • Municipal Facility Infrastructure Master Plans
  • First Nation School Feasibility Studies
  • Public Works Master Plans
  • Recreation Facility Master Plans

Recent Projects (involving MALA Members)

  • Parks Canada Agency – Standing Offers for Landscape Architectural and Civil Eningeering Services for National Parks and Historic Sites in BC and Alberta, including projects in Yoho, Kootenay, Banff, Jasper, Waterton and Elk Island (2015 – ongoing)
  • City of Winnipeg Riverbank Greenways – Projects for Bunn’s Creek Parkway and Churchill Drive Park Parkway (2013-2015)
  • City of Winnipeg Public Works – Waverley Street Underpass Project and Plessis Underpass Project (with Dillon Consulting Ltd.), and Downtown Streets Renewal Project and Selkirk Avenue WMR and Pavement Reconstruction – landscaping (2015 – ongoing)
  • Town of Beausejour – Active Transportation Master Plan (2017)
  • Regina Revitalization Initiative – EVRAZ Stadium Project, including Confederation Park Fountain (2014-2017)
  • City of Edmonton Dry Pond and Sewer Improvements: Malcolm Tweddle Place, Michaels Park and Lee Ridge (2015)
  • City of Kelowna – Glenmore Landfill Entrance Screening Berm, Phase 1 and Phase 2 Landscaping
  • Manitoba Hydro Licensing and Environmental Assessment Department – Stakeholder and Public Engagement Processes for Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project and St. Vital Transmission Complex (2013-2015)
  • Shell Canada Ltd. – C-Store Sites Landscaping in BC, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario (2017 – ongoing)
  • Various Manitoba First Nations – School Pre-design Studies, Critical Health and Safety Upgrades, Project Management and Community Infrastructure Needs Assessments for the Lake Winnipeg Bundle Schools (Little Grand Rapids, Pauingassi, Bloodvein and Poplar River First Nations) and Manitoba Schools Initiative (Bunibonibee and Manto Sipi Cree Nations, God’s Lake and Wasagamack First Nations) (2016 -ongoing)  
  • Public Works East Yards – Design and Construction, and Owner’s Advocate
  • St. Vital Riverbank Stabilization and Remediation
  • Our Winnipeg Sustainable Infrastructure Strategy
  • Completion of Downtown Assiniboine River Walkway (South Legislative Building Grounds Redevelopment) (1995-12-31)
  • Queen Elizabeth Park Upgrading / Stormwater Detention (1997-12-31)
  • Seine River Siphon Slope Stabilization (2004-12-31)
  • SMARTpark at the University of Manitoba (2005-12-31)
  • Sargent Park Recreation Centre – Facilities Evaluation and Framework Plan; Cindy Klassen Recreation (2009-12-31)
  • Development Report for Lands South of Veterans Way and East of 1st Street North (2010-12-31)
  • Thompson and Planning District Sustainable Community Plan, and City of Thompson Master Parks Plan (2010-12-31)


  • CPWA Manitoba Chapter, 2014 Project of the Year, Environment Category for the City of Winnipeg Public Works East Yard Complex
  • CEM Award of Excellence (Innovation) and CCE Award of Merit for Seine River Siphon Stabilization (2002-01-01)
  • CEM Award of Excellence for St. Vital Park Slope Stabilization (2009-01-01)


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