Biography David Ecclestone is an Architect and Partner at +VG Architects in Toronto, Ontario. With more than 27 years of professional experience, David’s portfolio of work includes large and small museum and heritage projects. Heritage projects include: • St. Michael’s Cathedral c.1848, Phase IV Conservation and Rehabilitation Project, Toronto, • Heritage consultant for the rehabilitation of 85 Richmond Street West, a 1920’s 11-storey office building in Toronto, • Doherty-Fitzpatrick heritage house change-of-use conversion to an Early-ON Centre in Brampton, • Heritage interpretation planning for the New Toronto Courthouse, • Replacement and heritage conservation of St. Michael's Choir School, Toronto, • Heritage conservation of the Toronto Harbour Commission Building. Museum and Art Gallery projects include: • Mulock Estate Adaptive Re-Use project, including space for the Art Gallery of Ontario, Newmarket, • Pickering Museum Village Conservation Building, • Vestment Storage and Archives at St. Michael’s Cathedral, Toronto, • Markham Museum Collections Building. As part of leading these projects David has completed Building Condition Assessments, Heritage Impact Assessments, Conservation Plans, Heritage Interpretation Plans, and Building Permit Alternative Solutions. He has extensive experience with complex projects and large multi-disciplinary design and investigation teams, Public Information Sessions, Stakeholder Consultation and Design Charrettes.
Academic Credentials B.E.S., M. Arch., O.A.A., M.R.A.I.C., LEED AP, CAHP
Expertise buildings, museums
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut