Marta Farevaag is a partner of Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, a Vancouver-based consulting firm in Planning, Urban Design, and Landscape Architecture with award-winning projects across Canada and internationally. Marta participates in many of the firm's multidisciplinary urban design projects as the urban planner on the team, often with a role in community consultation and communications. Her areas of expertise include major park and university campus master plans, downtown and waterfront redevelopment, cultural and heritage landscapes, and public realm strategies.
Marta has been active in urban issues including roles as a Director of the Vancouver League organizing free public lectures by noted designers, a member, and Chair in her last year, of the Vancouver City Planning Commission, and a member of the Vancouver Urban Design Panel and the Chinatown Historic Area Planning Committee. She is currently the Chair of the Vancouver Heritage Foundation.
Marta has been recognized for her achievement in professional practice and community and leadership in the profession.