David received his Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from the University of Manitoba and holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado in Denver.
He has taken lead roles in various health care and educational projects, most notably numerous projects at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, including Diagnostic Imaging Suites, Renovations to the Emergency Department, Operating Theatres, Obstetrics, CCU Unit and Clinical Engineering. David has also been involved in all MRI facility projects in Saskatoon, including a specialized unit at the University of Saskatchewan College of Veterinary Medicine.
He has acted as both the Regional Governor and International President of the Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI). David has also served as president of the Health Facility Resource Council of Saskatchewan.
David’s familiarity with renovation projects along with his experience in user group consultations, facility programming and consultant co-ordination, provides clients with an excellent resource on all projects.
Bill received both his Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Manitoba.
His professional background includes small and large scale residential, institutional, educational, hospitality, healthcare, and commercial projects as well as numerous feasibility studies and reports.
Over the years, Bill has contributed his leadership and experience to numerous boards and committees dealing with both the architectural profession and the community at large, including organizations such as the RAIC Syllabus Studies apprenticeship program, the Saskatchewan Association of Architects, The Association of Preservation Technology, The City Hospital Board of Governors, Board of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council, The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise and the Kinsmen and Rotary Clubs.
Jim received his Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from the University of Manitoba and holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of British Columbia.
He is a versatile architect who manages many of the firm’s projects for educational, institutional and in the past residential clients. Jim has extensive experience with new facilities, additions, and renovations. Skilled in all stages of design, from developing initial design concepts through architectural details. Jim is involved in all aspects of project delivery, with a particular focus on user participation in design and the application of that input into designs that reflect and enhance the user’s best expectations.
He has served as project architect for the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, Lakeridge and Dundonald School addition, Joe Duquette High School addition and renovation, Western College of Veterinary Medicine addition and several of the firm’s residential projects. Jim has served on several committees and acted as Councilor for the Saskatchewan Association of Architects.
Blair is a graduate of the Architectural Engineering Technology program from the Saskatchewan Technical Institute in Moose Jaw and is a current member of Construction Specifications Canada.
His primary role centers on the technical aspects of projects, with focus on material and system selection, the on-going development of the office Master Specifications, technical resource library as well as the assessment and implementation of office standards for production of technical documents.
Blair maintains an active role with our projects from design development stage through to final completion / warranty Inspection, ensuring continuity of design service to our clients. His experience working in Saskatchewan and British Columbia on numerous projects of varying scale and complexity makes him a valuable asset to the firm.