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Alistair joined Montgomery Sisam in 2014 with a rich and varied body of work. Not only is he highly experienced in many different project types and scales including commercial office, residential, resort, health services, education, civic and justice, he has also mastered many critical tasks across a variety of delivery methods. He is proficient in architectural research, design development, design studies and project coordination.
Prior to joining Montgomery Sisam, Alistair was involved in a range of notable post-secondary projects including the Accelerator Centre at Western University, the McMaster Primary Health Campus, the DeGroote Centre for Learning and Discovery and the Faculty of Medicine Health Sciences Centre Expansion at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
He is currently drawing on his knowledge of the Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP) project development process as Project Manager of a Proponent Team for the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford Integrated Correctional Facility and as Project Manager of the Generic Output Specifications for Ontario Courthouses.
University of Toronto: Bachelor of Arts, 2006
University of Toronto: Master of Architecture, 2012
Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Member: Toronto Society of Architects
Intern Architect: Ontario Association of Architects
Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness, PDC
Ontario AFP Generic Output Specifications for Courthouses, Ministry of the Attorney General
Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford – Integrated Correctional Facility, DBFM Pursuit