University of Toronto, Master of Architecture, 2020
Dalhousie University, Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies, 2015
University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Applied Science – Materials Engineering, 2011
100 Pine Street Affordable Housing Redevelopment
Hamilton Passive House Modular Housing
Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 1
Modular Supportive Housing: Phase 2
Ontario Tech University Shawenjigewining Hall
Queen’s University Mitchell Hall Innovation and Wellness Centre
Seneca College Magna Hall
Single-Family Modular Prototype
St. John Henry Newman Catholic Secondary School
West Park Healthcare Centre
Zheng joined Montgomery Sisam in 2015 after receiving his undergraduate degree and stayed with the firm while completing his Masters degree in 2020.
An incredibly diverse visual communication skill set paired with a diligent approach to work make Zheng an important member of many of the firm’s feasibility study, zoning and municipal approvals projects. These include feasibility and site studies for Ronald McDonald House Toronto, Ontario Technical University Feasibility Study, the 4610 Finch Avenue Feasibility Study for CreateTO, the Housing Now – Toronto Green Standard Tier 4 Study for CreateTO, multiple feasibility studies for Housing Now for CreateTO and multiple Modular Transitional Housing feasibility studies for CreateTO. All of this work explores best use of site and considers how to best position our clients for future development.