University of Waterloo, Bachelor of Architecture, 2000
University of Waterloo, Bachelor of Environmental Studies, 1998
University of Western Ontario, Bachelor of Kinesiology, 1993
Member: Architectural Institute of America
Member: National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
Member: Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Member: Construction Specifications Institute, Chicago Chapter
Member: United States Green Building Council (LEED AP)
Corner Brook Long Term Care
Peel Manor Senior’s Health and Wellness Village
Brampton Courthouse Addition Phase 2, PDC
B.Arch., AIA, MRAIC
William joined Montgomery Sisam in January 2018 as a seasoned architect with extensive experience in all phases of project development. He has worked across multiple jurisdictions in North America, predominantly in the health and long-term care sectors.
Highly disciplined and detail-oriented, William’s recent work is largely concentrated on quality assurance and quality control for contract documents, contract administration and energy code compliance, including material research and product specifications. He has fulfilled these responsibilities for the Corner Brook Long Term Care Project, a complex P3 campus of care initiative in Newfoundland. Coordinating a large, multi-disciplinary team, William delivers quality, comprehensive documentation that exceeds client expectations and supports a smooth transition between design and construction.
As demonstrated by his portfolio, William takes a keen interest in seniors’ living projects, many of which explore new and innovative ways of creating a sense of home and the benefit that results from blurring the boundaries between the built and natural environments.