Carleton University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1999
Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Member: Ontario Association of Architects
Member: Architectural Institute of British Columbia
Member: Toronto Society of Architects
Member: American Institute of Architecture
Member: LEED Accredited Professional
UTSC Arts & Admin Building
Carleton University Health Sciences Building
Durham College Centre for Collaborative Education
Humber College F Building Health Science Addition
Humber College Learning Resource Commons
Humber College School of Applied Tech
Montcrest School Redevelopment
Bob Rumball Centre of Excellence for the Deaf
Quinte Consolidated Courthouse
Seneca College Magna Hall
Sheridan College HMC Phase 2
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2A
Island Yacht Club
The Printing Factory Lofts
University of Toronto Exam Centre
Ontario Tech University Student Centre
2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Athletes’ Village, PDC
New Toronto Courthouse, PDC
B.Arch., OAA, Architect AIBC, MRAIC, AIA, LEED AP, NSAA
Director and Principal
Daniel joined Montgomery Sisam in 2003, becoming a Principal in 2007. With an outstanding combination of design talent and project management skills, Daniel has built a rich and varied body of work that includes education, infrastructure, healthcare, residential, office and civic projects. With an emphasis on innovative planning and integrated building systems, Daniel is able to generate efficient, flexible, forward-thinking design solutions that respond to a diversity and complexity of needs across multiple building types.
Taking a hands-on approach from inception through completion, Daniel successfully leads integrated teams of designers, consultants and stakeholders in positive city-building, creating vibrant, urban ‘centres’ that respond constructively to ongoing policy work and encourage positive, sustainable growth.
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2, Seneca College Hall, the 35-acre Toronto 2015 Pan Para Pan American Games Athletes Village and the award-winning University of Toronto Scarborough Arts and Administration Building are exemplary of the accessible, animated facilities that make up Daniel’s portfolio. Public and private space extend through and beyond these project sites, offering engaging connections to the outdoors, animating the public realm and transforming existing suburban contexts into a denser, more dynamic mixed-use urbanism.
Daniel has served as a member of the Infrastructure Advisory Board for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, an organization with a focus to promote the Canadian infrastructure industries, their brand and expertise.