Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Master of Architecture, 2020

Dalhousie University, Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies, 2018

University of New Brunswick, Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil), 2016

Major Projects

Hamilton Passive House Modular Housing

Alex Caskey

M.Arch., BScE

Alex joined Montgomery Sisam in 2021 from the University of New Brunswick’s Off-Site Construction Research Centre where he was an integral part of a research team dedicated to the advancement of modular and prefabricated construction. His previous professional experience also includes small-scale residential, commercial interiors, institutional, and numerous design-build projects.

Alex has a unique interdisciplinary background, having completed degrees in both architecture and engineering. His sound technical expertise contributes to his aptitude for creative problem solving. He has a particular interest in the evolving role of architecture in response to the recent uptake of off-site construction methods, such as prefabrication, panelized systems, engineered wood products and modular construction.

At Montgomery Sisam, Alex is an integral team member of the 253 King William Street modular supportive housing project in Hamilton, where he has contributed his invaluable expertise in modular construction to the design and detailing of the building.

Alex is proficient in several architectural software including Revit and AutoCAD and is currently working toward his licensure as both an Architect and Professional Engineer.