Carl Bray, Principal, BLA MAUD PhD OALA CSLA CAHP MCIP RPP, is a landscape architect and heritage planner with graduate degrees in urban design and cultural geography. He has over 30 years of professional experience in both the public and private sectors and has successfully completed projects across Canada and in the US, the Caribbean and Great Britain. He is an Adjunct Professor at Queen’s University in the Department of Geography and the graduate School of Urban and Regional Planning.
He has provided consulting services for federal, provincial and municipal agencies, for private development companies, and for non-profit agencies and First Nations communities. He leads or is part of multi-disciplinary teams that encompass a wide range of specialist skills including architecture, landscape architecture, land use planning, environmental engineering, museum planning, management consulting, and archaeology.