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Joel has over 30 years of experience as an architect, encompassing his career working as an in-house architect and owner representative for major development companies, in addition to being a sole practitioner and a construction manager.
He has administered large construction projects, provided executive day-to-day design and technical control, and worked closely with clients as the firm’s primary point of contact.
Joel was the Project Architect and Contract Administrator for the Redevelopment of Don Mount Court / Rivertowne, a $90 million social housing and residential condominium project comprised of 419 suites in 14 separate multi-family blocks. Of particular value to the client was Joel’s familiarity with construction procedures gained from over 10 years of construction management experience, which resulted in many value engineering benefits to the client and developer.
Joel’s well-rounded, detail-oriented approach has benefited our clients through the development of cost-effective pragmatic solutions gained from his construction-oriented skill set. Joel also directs and manages production and contract administration staff and provides support to all key members of the architectural team.
He has widespread experience working as a Project Architect on projects such as Ronald McDonald House Toronto, designed to meet LEED Gold Certification. The House incorporates 81 family suites, a spacious common kitchen and dining area, living room and other amenity spaces. Joel also contributed to the development of a new fitness wing at The Granite Club, which will act as a welcoming front door to the Club and provide views through to the ravine from every new space.
University of Toronto: Bachelor of Architecture, 1984
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Member: Canada Green Building Council