On January 20th, 2015, the University of Windsor celebrated the official launch of their new Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre). Reza Moridi, Ontario Minister of Research and Innovation and Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, was in attendance for the opening. As architects of record for the base building and interior fit-up, MMMC’s Craig [...]
The official opening & blessing of the new St. Pius X Catholic Elementary School took place on Wed May 21st, 2014, with the Bishop of Hamilton, The Most Reverend Douglas Crosby O.M.I., D.D., officiating. Father Tim Hingston, dignitaries, trustees, staff and the school community participated in the ceremony of prayer, tributes, song and dance to [...]
Craig Newsome of MMMC Architects was one of 3 guest speakers at the annual “Fourth Pillar Forum” that took place on May 22nd at the Brantford Arts Block. Organized by the Canadian Industrial Heritage Centre this year’s theme was Victorian society. Craig, who is currently restoring Victorian property on Brant Avenue, shared insights on Victorian [...]
Located on Grey Street in Brantford, directly behind St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre, the new 2-storey hospice will house 10 hospice beds located entirely on the ground level, along with ample family gathering spaces, nursing care support areas, and kitchen facilities. The upper level will house administrative offices for the hospice and the St. Joseph’s Lifecare [...]
The permanent home of the Grand River Community Health Centre (GRCHC) was officially opened on June 19th by Minister of Health, Deb Matthews in Brantford, Ontario. Located in the city core, the $2.6M project is the successful adaptive reuse of a collection of once derelict historic buildings. Project Architect, Patrick Trottier, was commended at the [...]
Brantford Arts Block benefits from MMMC in-kind donation for new location at the Brantford Artists Village. [Photo of Anthony Bateson, MMMC Architects and Josh Bean, Executive Director at the Feb 2, 2013 Grand Opening of the Brantford Arts Block new location]
MMMC Architects donates $1,366 to Brant United Way 2012 Campaign. (image attached – Dec 7th cheque presentation by Marie Fanjoy and Craig Newsome of MMMC Architects)
New Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre in City of Brantford is first commercial project in Ontario to use cross laminated timber.
The incorporation of a CLT roof system is thought to be the first commercial use of CLT in Ontario. Cross-laminated timber panels (CLT) and re-used glulam roof beams were used to construct the roof system over the new pool area The project design team made the decision to incorporate wood for many compelling reasons -PAUL [...]
MMMC Architects was the proud recipient of the 2011 Brantford-Brant Chamber of Commerce “Company of the Year” Award! This award recognizes MMMC Architects for its outstanding achievements, high standards of employee relations and contributions to the local community.