Technical University of Delft, Master of Science in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, 2013
Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University), Bachelor of Architectural Science, 2011
Amica Balmoral Club
Amica Islington Village
Carleton University ARISE Building
Carleton University Health Sciences Building
Durham Modular Supportive Housing
Hamilton Passive House Modular Housing
Houselink and Mainstay Community Housing
Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 1
Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 2
Ronald McDonald House Toronto
Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Phase 2A
Sheridan College HMC Phase 2
The Granite Club Shiftingravity
The York School Junior Campus
Tommy Thompson Park
University of Toronto Innis College
365 & 367 Queen Street West
City of Toronto Long Term Care Homes and Services Maintenance Program
Humber College Building F, Feasibility Study
Toronto District School Board Capital Projects
Westwood Toronto Master Plan
Kevin first joined Montgomery Sisam in 2007 as a student intern and then rejoined the firm in 2013 following the completion of his Master of Science in Architecture at the Technical University of Delf in the Netherlands. Kevin’s expertise combines master planning, urban design and architectural design evidenced by an impressive portfolio of projects that spans multiple sectors and scales. He was appointed a Principal in 2023.
Kevin has an aptitude for balancing the macro and the micro demands of a project both in terms of design and project management. In recent years, he has worked extensively in affordable and supportive housing and mixed-use, mixed-income developments that combine different housing types and typologies, including modular and prefabricated buildings. His practice has also included several higher education and infrastructure projects. Among his notable contributions as Project Manager are the City of Toronto’s Modular Supportive Housing projects, the 140 Queensway affordable housing development, the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus Expansion Phase 2A, and the University of Toronto Innis College Addition and Renovation.
Kevin is a trusted leader not only within his project teams but among clients, stakeholders and consultants. He is regularly called on for his experience and insight to help navigate complex design, development and or regulatory issues, support informed decision-making and a smoother approvals process. And he takes pride in working with project committees to explore and discover unique alternatives, interventions or innovation that will elevate design outcomes within budget and schedule goals.
Kevin serves as a visiting critic, guest lecturer and mentor to graduate and undergraduate design studios at several post-secondary institutions, including the University of Toronto and Toronto Metropolitan University.