Stuart MacKenzie is a Commercial Arborist Representative serving Western New York. Take a closer look at our tree services and inventory solutions across commercial sectors from corporate to education to civic and more.
Stuart MacKenzie works out of our Rochester, NY office.
More about Stuart MacKenzie
Stuart has over 35 years of experience working on projects throughout the United States and design workshops in Europe. He has a vast knowledge of design layout, plant material, construction techniques, and project management and has a professional background in Landscape Architecture, Design, Planning, Property Management and Real Estate. Stuart joined the Bartlett Tree Experts team in 2017.
As a principal in private practice many projects were large scale residential landscape projects in New York, Long Island and Manhattan, New Jersey, Maryland, Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts, Vermont, and California.
Early in his career, Stuart participated in public projects that were federally funded Historic Restoration Project of Olmsted designed parks. (i.e. Highland Park, United States oldest publicly owned arboretum.). He inventoried, identified, mapped, and assessed the historic Olmsted era arboretum collection, coordinated the field reports with historic records of the parks, and updated documentation for the collection for Monroe County and the City of Rochester Parks Department. Community involvement is extremely important to Stuart. He fulfills this by serving on various nonprofit boards and committees. Presently he is serving on the following: the Architectural Review Board (as Chairman) for the Town of Brighton, New York. He is a member of the Board of Directors for The Equicenter Therapeutic Horseback Riding in Honeoye Falls, New York and Rochester Youth Hockey, and the George Eastman House Campus & Garden Committee at the International Museum of Photography in Rochester, New York.
His educational background includes Landscape Architecture Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York and BA Horticultural / Landscape Architecture studies, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.