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What makes a great place to live, visit and work? 

Wavefront promotes healthy living, a commitment to our environment, and enjoyment of our surroundings in all our plans and designs.  We believe that the final built form reflects the best of what humans can create.  We are passionate about ensuring that both nature and economic well-being go hand-in-hand.  After all, the best laid plans gather dust unless they can be realistically implemented.

Our rapidly changing world and our country's commitment to climate change resilience are constantly in our minds as we seek out new, innovative and cost-effective solutions.  A sustainable future for our planet is the greatest contribution we can give to future generations.  We are inspired to continue promoting economically viable, sustainable solutions in all our projects.

Principal of Wavefront Planning and Design


Janis Fedorowick, Principal of Wavefront Planning and Design

Janis Fedorowick


Tel: 289 952-9404

Janis Fedorowick is a registered landscape architect and urban planner with more than 25 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. She has successfully completed projects in the Greater Toronto Area, Ottawa, and internationally, and has proven abilities in project management, design, report writing, construction detailing and analysis. She can carry a project through from the proposal writing stage all the way to construction documents and tender packages, working individually or collaborating on a team.


Master planning is one of Janis’s specialties. She has prepared more than 50 sets of architectural control and urban design guidelines, and master plans for new communities, retail and entertainment centres, employment campuses and main streets. From master  planning to the detailed design stage, her in-depth planning and construction knowledge has resulted in outstanding landscape designs for streetscapes, parks, town squares, new communities, neighbourhoods, commercial centres and employment parks. Her recent work in the South Pacific has focussed on deriving sustainable solutions for climate change adaptation for all development types.



Project:  National Building Code of Samoa, 2017

Cited for emphasis on climate change resilience throughout 450 page document.

Point Pleasant Park International Design Competition


Fallen Firefighters Memorial Design Competition


Neil Peart Memorial Design Competition


City of Vaughan Urban Design Review Panel

Founding Member

Metrolinx Urban Design Review Panel

Current Member

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