Hospice Vaughan MMMC is proud to be working closely with Hospice Vaughan in the design and construction of their new 10-bed residential hospice, which will stand as a “Center of Excellence for Palliative Care” in the Vaughan community.
MMMC is pleased to announce that Fairview Lodge in Whitby has achieved LEED Gold from the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). Millennium Engineering of Burlington were the Mechanical and Electrical Consultants and LEED Consultants for this project. A 192-bed long-term care home, Fairview Lodge is owned & operated by the Region of Durham. The redeveloped home, completed [...]
The new Senior Student Residence for the Blind and Deaf Blind at W. Ross Macdonald School was the recipient of the "Sustainable Concrete Construction Award" presented at the Ontario Concrete Awards on Nov 30th in Toronto. Craig Newsome, Principal of MMMC Architects accepted the Award on behalf of the lead project team which included a presentation [...]
MMMC is very proud of the Chippewas School which was designed to respond to the rugged beauty of the Georgian Peninsula. The choice of natural building materials- wood and local limestone were chosen almost subconsciously when the very first pencil sketches were conceived on paper. Wood WORKS! is a national campaign to increase the use of wood in commercial, industrial and [...]
Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region invite the public to attend an one time only OPEN HOUSE for the rebuilt Haven House Women’s Shelter on September 8th 4 – 7 pm, 10 Acorn Way, Cambridge, ON. Please RSVP to email@example.com
We are pleased to announce that MMMC’s Craig Newsome, a member of the RAIC, has been awarded one of six Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Veronafiere Scholarships and will be attending the seminar entitled Designing with Natural Stone Verona this September in Verona, Italy. The program is a unique combination of classroom lectures, guided architectural tours, and field [...]
At a prestigious ceremony at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Friday Feb 26th, 2016, Craig Newsome received a Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Excellence in Conservation. This award is a culmination of Craig’s passion for adapting old buildings to new uses and his conservation efforts of historic structures, particularly within the City of Brantford. Through these awards, in [...]
In October, Craig Newsome travelled to Calgary to attend the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals Annual Conference and to accept an Award of Merit for “Conservation Projects Small and Lovely” for the rehabilitation/conservation of 123/125 Brant Ave in Brantford. Built in 2 time periods, 1860 & 1880 this home has been carefully restored to its [...]