Drew is a Principal Architect with MSA and is registered with the Ontario Association of Architects. He has been keenly interested in heritage conservation and has developed many projects as an Architectural Professional and owner. His academic research analyzed the value of industrial architecture in Kitchener Waterloo and its role within Ontarios cultural history. He works on a variety of heritage projects focused on adaptive re-use and conservation including The Dundas Museum & Archives and McMaster Refectory Hall. Drew has lectured and been a part of various panels advocating for heritage projects and their value within a community. Currently Drew is the chair of the Hamilton Burlington Society of Architects.