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Robert Davies has been a part of Montgomery Sisam for over 30 years, becoming a Principal in 1999. He brings professional experience and strategic thinking, ensuring that all decisions related to project development are directly responsive to the unique needs of each individual client.
While Robert’s portfolio encompasses a broad range of building typologies, his work is linked by a primary focus: the relationship between architecture, the environment and human health. This focus has led to his involvement in many of the firm’s projects designed for those with special needs, including the Sister Margaret Smith Centre, the Centre of Excellence for Integrated Seniors’ Services, and Ronald McDonald House Toronto. These projects have allowed him to develop a particular sensitivity to the requirements of our not-for-profit clients.
Robert has worked on many of Montgomery Sisam’s award-winning infrastructure projects, including the Humber River Bicycle Pedestrian Bridge and the John Street Bridge. He also directed the design of the Fort York Pedestrian Bridge in Toronto.
Robert was the Principal-in-Charge of the award-winning Island Yacht Club, and is fulfilling the same role for The Granite Club. He is also guiding the development of many projects for Toronto's York School and the Toronto District School Board, including the new Alvin Curling Public School. In addition, he is currently the Principal-in-Charge of University of Toronto’s Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, an exciting new addition to the St. George Campus.
As Past Chair of the Board of Environmental Defence Canada, Robert works with the NGO in their mission to inspire change by connecting people with environmental issues that affect their daily lives in their homes, workplaces and neighbourhoods. He is also serves as the Director on the Board of Cape Farewell, a North American charity that promotes a cultural response to climate change.
University of Toronto: Bachelor of Architecture, 1979
Fellow: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Member: Architectural Institute of British Columbia
Member: Saskatchewan Association of Architects
Member: Toronto Society of Architects
Member: Canadian Urban Institute
Past Chair: Environmental Defence
Warden: Grace Church on the Hill
Director: Cape Farewell
Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Centre of Excellence for Integrated Seniors Services
Eastern Gap Bridge
Gibbon’s Park Bridge
Humber River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge
John Street Bridge
Maurice Cody Public School
Ontario Mission of the Deaf
Ronald McDonald House
Sister Margaret Smith Addictions Treatment Centre
St. Joseph's Care Group Mental Health Facility
The Fort York Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge
The Granite Club
The Island Yacht Club
The York School
Toronto District School Board