Alexander Reford was awarded the prize Frederick Todd of the Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec.


Alexander Reford received, on March 21st, at their annual Gala in Montreal, the prize Frederick Todd from the Association des architectes paysagistes du Québec (AAPQ). Established by the Board of Directors of the AAPQ in 1995, the Frederick Todd prize seeks to recognize individuals, members of the Association and members of the public who have made outstanding contributions to promote landscape architecture by their projects, publications, teaching or through their involvement and the promotion of values supporting the Quebec landscape. This award honors Frederick Todd, a pioneer of the profession in Canada who was also the first landscape architect residing and working in Quebec. The other recipient was Vincent Dumais, landscape architect with LUMEC and past president of the AAPQ.