We have been recognized individually and collectively for excellence in design by the communities in which we work and by our peers.
Senior Student Residence – W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind, Brantford
Honoured with an Ontario Concrete Award for “Sustainable Concrete Construction”.
Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nations New Elementary School, Cape Croker
Designed to respond to the rugged beauty of the Georgian Peninsula, the choice of natural building materials – wood – garnered this new school two awards: WoodWORKS! “Juror’s Choice Award” and the “Sansin” Wood Design Award.
Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Excellence in Conservation
Craig Newsome was honoured with this award as a culmination of his passion for adapting old buildings to new uses and his conservation efforts of historic structures, particularly within the City of Brantford.
Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals Award of Merit
For “Conservation Projects Small and Lovely” – for the rehabilitation/conservation of 123/125 Brant Ave in Brantford, ON.
Anselma House Women’s Shelter – City of Kitchener Urban Design Award
This new 45-bed shelter for women and children is the largest shelter in Ontario. The site selected for the new shelter is prominent and visible, rather than being hidden from public eye as was done in the past. This approach ensures visibility of the issues and promotes Anselma’s services.
Canadian Architect Award of Excellence: Brantford Library
Heritage House Affordable Housing & Lucy Marco Place Student Residence
Winner of a Province of Ontario Heritage Award for the successful conversion of the 1910 Georgian style YMCA into 24 low income apartments.
Laurier Brantford – Andrew Carnegie Library Building
Winner of a City of Brantford Heritage Award for the adaptive reuse of the former Andrew Carnegie Library. The old library building took on new life when it was renovated for use by the Brantford Campus of Wilfrid Laurier University.
Emily C. General Elementary School, Ohsweken
Six Nations of the Grand received the 1997 CEFPI Award of Distinction for successfully capturing the spirit of the native community in the learning environment. Sustainable design played an important role in this award winning school.
Market Street Parkade, Brantford
This parkade is honoured with the North American Award of Excellence in Parking and Program Innovation: for parking facilities over 500 spaces, by the American Institutional and Municipal Parking Congress.
Shantz Terrace, Kitchener
This affordable housing development was the winner of the City of Kitchener Urban Design Award in 1991 for excellence in site development.
Preston School Apartments, Cambridge
Winner of the Ontario Renews Award for the conversion of this 1869 heritage stone school to seniors’ housing.
Rockwood Pavilion,Rockwood Conservation Area
Ontario Association of Architects Design Award
Hurlbut Residence, Markham
Honoured with a Toronto Life Residential Design Award.