Recognition

It’s rewarding to see organizations have their building projects recognized with awards, “firsts”, and media coverage acknowledging their work, investment and commitment.

Art Gallery of Windsor:

Honourable Mention, Ontario Association of Architects Architectural Excellence Awards, 2003

Joy Hakanson Colby, “Show me the Monet – Windsor gallery’s new home comes with major bonuses for the community”, [review of the Art Gallery of Windsor], The Detroit News, February 2001

Department of National Defence:

CFB Gagetown Training Quarters Accommodations 1:
First LEED certified (Silver)
building at CFB Gagetown

First LEED certified (Silver) residential building in New Brunswick

Seneca College:

Markham Campus:
Dan O’Reilly, “Markham Campus - Phases 1 & 2 Seneca College”, Award magazine, October 2006

Toronto District School Board (Etobicoke Board of Education):

Lambton-Kingsway
Junior-Middle School:

Etobicoke Urban Design Awards, 1995

CEFPI Award of Merit, 1995

Humberwood Centre:
Award of Merit, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, 2000

Award of Excellence for Innovation, Canadian Parks and Recreation Association, 1997

Design Citation, Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, 1996

Certificate of Excellence, Association of School Business Officials, 1996

Design Excellence Award, Illuminating Engineers Society of America, 1996

Toronto Public Library:

Jane/Sheppard Branch Library:
Lisa Rochon, “New library architecture is a clear victory”, [review of Jane Sheppard Library], The Globe and Mail, April 2009

Christopher Hume, “New library a beacon of civility on Sheppard’s dreary stretch”, [review of Jane Sheppard Library], The Toronto Star, April 2009

New Toronto Branch Library:
Edwin F. Guth Memorial Award for Interior Lighting Design, Illumination Engineers Society of North America, 1996

Etobicoke Urban Design Award, 1995

Humberwood Branch Library:
Angus Mowat Award for Excellence, 1996