Corbett Belcher

Associate

Corbett is an Associate at CMG Landscape Architecture. His invaluable work ranges from regional and community-based parks to highly demanding urban redevelopment projects. His experiences have fashioned his dedication to public improvement, sustainable development, and design excellence, as well as commitment to an inclusive team approach, application of a local vernacular, and a detailed execution for each project’s overall success. Corbett’s work on the Bay Meadows Town Square, Promenade, and Social Street activated the Bay Meadows development and cemented the neighborhood character. His more recent work on Treasure Island in which he carries the development vision of a new neighborhood in San Francisco, highlights his aptitude in completing large, complex projects while maintaining the detail, character, and aesthetics that make each project unique.

These projects, particularly the award-winning Orange County Great Park and the Anaheim Packing District show a thoughtful approach, patience and determination. His prior work on the Orange County Great Park Master Plan was instrumental in establishing frameworks, coordinating with stakeholders, and working with the City and client to achieve a plan that has received state and national level awards. He also managed the design and construction of the Farmers Park project—an adaptive re-use of the historic Sunkist Packing House, Packard car dealership, and joining public park—as part of the downtown Anaheim revitalization. Corbett was honored with an American Society of Landscape Architecture Merit Award from the ASLA Utah Chapter. He holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Utah State University.
Awards

Merit Award • ASLA Utah Chapter
Utah State University“Feasability of Canal Trails”

Leadership

A Study of Existing Canal Maintenance Paths as a City Wide Network of Trails

“Highlight Corbett Belcher” InSites Magazine

Advisory Board • Department of Landscape Architecture • Utah State University

Education
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture;  Utah State University