Jason is a project manager on our Toronto architecture team, a role he kicked off with the exterior building envelope of the Arthur J.E. Child Comprehensive Cancer Centre. For every project, he strives to achieve superb design through technical expertise and collaboration. Jason’s experience includes working on and leading teams on various projects across multiple sectors, including MGM City Center, Shard Tower, World Trade Center, St. Lawrence Market, and Centennial College. In addition to conventional construction, Jason has been heavily involved in modular and mass timber construction and shares his expertise through speaking engagements within the industry. He leads initiatives that help increase knowledge about the Ontario building code, contract administration, technical detailing, production, and construction. When working with Jason, clients can expect a pragmatic, efficient approach based on years of experience and a general passion for architecture.
Whose work are you most impressed by?
Juan Carlos Portuese. Very pragmatic approach to design. Not only are the designs world class and award winning, they are mostly resolved architecturally when we take over in design development.
What’s in your office snack drawer?
Mostly a giant Costco sized container of cashews, or whatever is left after my teammates raid my snack drawer.
What’s one quote you live by?
It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you don’t care who gets credit or blame.
George Brown College, Centre for Advanced Building Technology