Corbett Belcher


Corbett’s experience managing projects from inception to completion has been developed on projects ranging from a 1,300-acre urban park to historic and adaptive re-use to rooftop gardens. These projects have honed his attention to detail and coordination, and his ability to find solutions to a variety of issues while maintaining project integrity. Corbett believes the challenge of good public spaces is to reach a diversity of users, and he accomplishes this by designing with targeted flexibility, which doesn’t compromise the framework of the space but allows the diverse users to make it their own.

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


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

  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture;  Utah State University