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Jason joined Montgomery Sisam in 2009, becoming a Principal in 2015.
Before moving to Toronto, he was practicing in the Chicago design community, working on many award-winning projects. Jason brings more than 16 years of international design experience to our team. It is with this unique perspective that he is able to examine cities and their urban conditions, while applying critical insight to the design quality of every project. Adding to his responsibilities in his role at the firm, Jason takes an active approach to ensuring quality control is adhered to on all projects, by performing peer reviews.
Jason is a skilled designer with a clear understanding of function, form and material issues as applied to both new construction and renovations to existing buildings. He completed work on the St. Joseph’s Healthcare West 5th Campus, a Design-Build-Finance-Maintain project, as a key member of the proponent design team. Jason fulfilled a similar role for the Humber River Regional Hospital. He is also contributing to a major addition for the Greenwood College School and renovations to Toronto Grace Hospital, as well as the Halton Medical Office Building in Oakville. Adding to his experience, Jason is taking the lead on University of Toronto’s Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and is the Project Architect on 45 Mann Avenue, a private student residence in Ottawa.
A strong advocate for design awareness within North American communities, Jason has developed an interest and area of expertise in higher education, urban infrastructure, and housing. A member of the Toronto Society of Architects, Jason sits on the board as the Chair. He is also is a member of the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) providing advice, feedback and guidance to the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto for the Gardiner Express Way / Lakeshore Boulevard East Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment and Integrated Urban Design Study. The study focuses on alternatives for the segment of the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard, approximately east of Jarvis Street.
University of Waterloo: Bachelor of Environmental Studies, 1993
University of Waterloo School of Architecture: Bachelor of Architecture, 1997
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Member: Royal Architecture Institute of Canada
Member: American Institute of Architects
Member: Gardiner Express Way / Lakeshore Blvd. E. Reconfiguration, Stakeholder Advisory Committee
Chair: Toronto Society of Architects
Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Greenwood College School
Humber River Regional Hospital, DBFM Pursuit
St. Joseph’s Healthcare West 5th Campus, DBFM Pursuit
Colville Long Term Care Facility
Maplewood Long Term Care Facility
University of Toronto Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship