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Since joining Montgomery Sisam in 2011, Shannon has gained valuable experience in both the education and infrastructure sectors.
Her strong aesthetic sensibility has made her a valuable team member for the new Alvin Curling Public School and a major addition to the Greenwood College School in Toronto.
Shannon is currently working on the University of Toronto Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship and is involved in the development of the Mitchell Siebert House, a private residence in Toronto. She has also contributed to the development of the Weber Street Rail Underpass design and was integral to our competition submission for the John Street Bridge.
Highly accomplished, Shannon was awarded a scholarship during her studies at the University of Toronto, which allowed her to travel to Alaska where she researched several Seward Peninsula communities for her thesis “Maintaining a Connection to a Vanishing Land.” She was also the recipient of the Professional Experience Program Award from the Daniels Faculty of Architecture. The portfolio-based competition awarded access to internships in internationally acclaimed offices.
University of Toronto: Bachelor of Architectural Studies, 2006
University of Toronto: Master of Architecture, 2011
Intern Architect: Ontario Association of Architects
Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Greenwood College School
Toronto District School Board
Alvin Curling Public School
Mitchell Siebert House
Weber Street Rail Underpass