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Kevin first joined Montgomery Sisam in 2007 working for four years on a number of master planning, infrastructure and long term care projects. He returned in 2013 following the completion of his Master of Science in Architecture and has since contributed to a number of large and small-scale projects for educational, institutional, recreational and long term care clients.
With a professional interest in designing complex buildings on urban sites, Kevin’s notable projects include The Granite Club Shiftingravity, Phase 2 of the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus, the York School North Campus, Ronald McDonald House Toronto and the 365/367 Queen Street Redevelopment. With advanced skills in Revit, Adobe Creative Suite and V-Ray, his strength as a designer greatly benefits our project teams.
Adding to his diverse portfolio, Kevin’s experience also includes the Tommy Thompson Park Pavilions, the City of Toronto’s Long Term Care Homes and Services Capital Maintenance projects, various renovations and additions to Toronto District School Board’s facilities, Extendicare Timmins, the Humber College F Building Feasibility Study, the Westwood Toronto Master Plan, and the West Toronto Rail Path.
Kevin is a visiting critic and guest-lecturer at Ryerson University’s Graduate and Undergraduate studios in the Department of Architecture. He is also a registered architect in the Netherlands.
Ryerson University: Bachelor of Architectural Science, 2011
Technical University of Delft: Master of Science in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, 2013
365 & 367 Queen Street West
Carleton University Health Sciences Building
Ronald McDonald House
The Granite Club
The York School
Tommy Thompson Park Infrastructure
Toronto District School Board
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus, Phase 2, DBFM Project
Humber College Building F, Feasibility Study
Westwood Toronto Master Plan
West Toronto Rail Path
City of Toronto's Long Term Care Homes and Services, Capital Maintenance Projects