MTBA Mark Thompson Brandt, Architect & Associates
Over 30 years of experience: Senior Conservation Architect/Urbanist. Institutional, Commercial and Residential, including: building conservation / restoration, adaptive reuse / infill, code-compliance upgrades, condition assessments, asset management reports, heritage-sensitive renovations / additions / new construction. Services include: predesign planning / programming; design; contract documents; contract management; site review. Clients include: National Capital Commission; Ontario Heritage Foundation; Federal Government Departments including PWGSC; private and NGO's. Awards include: OHT Achievement, OCHBA Affordable Housing Competition, Grand Prize; OCHBA Large-Scale Renovation / Addition, First Prize. Projects include: House of Commons Hall of State Adaptive Reuse, East Block SW Tower Rehabilitation Report, National Historic Sites, FHBRO classified, OHA designated interventions; Canada Guest House Official Residence; OHF McMartin House Perth; numerous Parliamentary Precinct and private residential. Over 30 years of experience: Heritage Sector urban designer, researcher, policy analyst, author, public consultation specialist and heritage resource management consultant. Services include: architectural design guidelines; heritage district master planning; community and BIA resource planning; stakeholder facilitation; feasibility studies; CHIS Impact Assessments. Clients include: National Capital Commission; Qu_bec Ministry of Culture & Communication; Cities of Ottawa and Kingston school boards; NGO's. Awards include: Ontario Heritage Foundation Conservation Achievement; Ottawa, 1998; Ontario Historical Society - Simpson Award, 1996, LACAC Chairman. Projects include: Victoria / Chaudire Heritage District Master Plan; E.B. Eddy Industrial Heritage District Conservation Guidelines; Uptown Rideau BIA Plan; c. 1808 Bishop's House Adaptive Reuse Strategy Plan; Barriefield HCD Housing Study.