Lindsay Reid, OAA, CAHP, LEED AP, is a licensed architect with more than ten years of experience in the field of heritage conservation. She has a special interest in the conservation of our cultural institutions as well as the protection and appreciation of our modern heritage. As a LEED accredited professional she revisits traditional methods and technologies as a means to inform sustainable solutions. In her role as a project architect Lindsay has accumulated experience in all stages of research, building analysis, design, contract documents, field review and project administration for restoration and renovation projects. Lindsay has worked on many award-winning projects including Ruthven Park NHS, the Distillery District NHS and, as a volunteer, the 1953-2003 TSA Guide Map to post war architecture in Toronto. As well as working for ERA Architects Inc., Lindsay has public sector experience working as a heritage planner for the City of Toronto. In this role she expanded her project management, negotiation and public consultation skills and gained a more comprehensive understanding of heritage and planning policy.