Caitlin Graveley Obituary

Caitlin Graveley Obituary, Caitlin Graveley Has Passed Away – Death Cause

Caitlin Graveley Death, Obituary – Caitlin Graveley (née Bell), a landscape architect, a friend, and a colleague, died away not too long ago, and it was with heavy hearts that we said our goodbyes to her. Caitlin Graveley was known as Caitlin Bell. In the month of November in the year 2020, Caitlin was informed that she had advanced bowel cancer, which was Stage 4 at the time. She put up a brave fight against the sickness for a very long time, but in the end, she couldn’t beat it and she passed away at home, surrounded by the people she loved.

After a relatively brief stint with the illness, Adam Graveley, Caitlin Graveley’s spouse, fought valiantly against pancreatic cancer but ultimately succumbed to the disease in 2021. It was abundantly clear that the sickness had spread to other parts of his body. Caitlin and Adam were fantastic parents to their two small children, Thea and Fearn, whom they had together after they were married. They invested a significant amount of their time and effort into taking care of them. Caitlin has worked for a variety of companies over the course of her career.

Including EDAW, AECOM, Plan E, and, most recently, The City of Perth. Her most recent role was with The City of Perth. Her previous work experience has taken her to locations such as Perth, the United Kingdom, and Sydney. Caitlin’s work in the field of landscape architecture spanned nearly two decades, and during that time she had a significant impact on our profession. The American Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) would like to recognize that impact. Her contemporaries have lauded her as a fiery designer, an incredible talent, and a vibrant spark of life.

Her talent has been described as astounding. Caitlin worked on projects such as the Beijing Olympic Aquatic Park, Asymptote, Al Raha, Mirrabooka Town Square, Forrest Place Redevelopment, Museum Street Park, and many of the recent joyful urban intervention projects at City of Perth. These projects include the much-loved Murray Street Bird Cages, the outdoor dining room on Hay Street, and the McLean Lane laneway upgrade. Caitlin also worked on the Forrest Place Redevelopment.

Also, Caitlin was a significant contributor to the successful completion of projects such as the Museum Street Park and the Forrest Place Renovation. These efforts of the City of Perth were recognized as deserving of a Small Projects Award by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in Western Australia in the year 2017.