Biography Louise McGugan is an Ottawa-based architect and heritage consultant with 40 years of professional experience. She specializes in projects related to the restoration, renovation and adaptive re-use of existing buildings, many of which are “classified” or “recognized” by FHBRO, or designated by the City of Ottawa under Part 4 or Part 5 of the Ontario Heritage Act. Louise's experience includes leading architectural teams as project architect on numerous projects including: Anglican Diocese Restoration and Rehabilitation, Ogilvy Facade Dismantling/Reinstatement, Frechette House Repair/Reconstruction, St. Alban's Church/Centre 454 Restoration and Adaptive Re-use, Victoria Memorial Museum Rehabilitation project ($150 million); the Victoria Memorial Museum Exterior Restoration project (9.681 million); South African High Commission Restoration/Addition; Mercury Court Building Renovation and Additions; Woods Mill Complex (Rideau Canal Museum); National Gallery of Canada Roof Replacement.

Academic Credentials B. Arch, OAA, MRAIC, CAHP

Expertise buildings

Profession architect

Chapter Ontario and Nunavut


Organization GRC Architects Inc.

Address 47 Clarence Street

City Ottawa

ProvTerr Ontario

Postal Code K1N 9K1

Phone 613-241-8203