We seek to instil a unique character into each project that responds to the individuality of the client’s brief, project budget and specific site conditions, whilst providing pride and joy today and long into tomorrow. Our commitment is to always be competitive on price, deliver the highest quality product and provide an exemplary level of service. Since our inception in 1996, plan e has developed an enviable portfolio of work across a diverse range of projects.
This is how we work – together as a team (internally and externally, sharing ideas and information, providing an environment of support and inclusiveness)
This is what we do
This is the standard we apply at every level of the business – design, service, business operation
There is great satisfaction in being on site the day we “break ground” on a project, and then watching it come to life. Months of work going into managing the project with the contractor, resolving site issues, fine tuning details and assuring the highest quality of workmanship is achieved, is rewarded when a special space is created for the community.The making of beautiful and enjoyable spaces for people to come together in is a privilege. I am delighted to return to these projects and see children learning while they play, families enjoying time together outdoors and special moments when communities to come together. Our projects enrich these experiences for people, which is a source of great pride for me.
Kirsten has designed, administered and managed a variety of projects ranging from greenfield urban developments, district and public open space, foreshore developments, town centres, streetscape enhancement, rehabilitation programs, resorts, schools and community centres across WA including the Perth Metropolitan Area, South-West WA and Gascoyne region..
Well, to put it quite simply, who doesn’t love to be outdoors? The amazing mix of nature, the environment, the sun and sky, wildlife, trees, ecosystems, plants, the beauty, freedom and openness of the “outdoors”. It is a privilege to be able to design and mould the development of “space” for a variety of purposes. To accommodate a variety of users and bring a sense of wellbeing to those who venture outside.To be a landscape architect allows me to create outdoor space that brings joy to others.