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Andrew first joined Montgomery Sisam as a co-op student in the summer of 2013 and returned following the completion of his Master’s degree in Architecture at McGill University in 2014. He has since made a number of important contributions to the firm’s education and renovation projects.
During the pursuit of his education, Andrew assumed the role of Team Leader and Project Manager for AIAS Freedom by Design, a student-run organization dedicated to design and delivery of specific interventions to enhance the living environments of disabled and/or low-income persons. As a result, improving accessibility has become an important component of his work.
Andrew’s approach to architecture is also informed by his unique experience working with major construction contractors PCL Constructors Canada and Buttcon Limited, gaining unique insight into issues of build-ability and construction staging. His notable projects include the Humber College North Campus Backfill Project A for the School of Applied Science, the Toronto French School’s renovations to three of its campuses, the City of Toronto’s Long Term Care Homes and Services Capital Maintenance projects and the interior fit-out for the George Hull Centre for Children and Families.
With a diligent work ethic, keen design skills and exceptional project management, Andrew is a valuable asset to his project teams.
Ryerson University: Bachelor of Architectural Science, 2013
McGill University: Master of Architecture, 2014
Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Intern Architect: Ontario Association of Architects
City of Toronto Long Term Care Homes and Services Capital Maintenance Projects
Humber College North Campus School of Applied Science Renovations
George Hull Centre for Children & Families
Toronto French School