Biography Louise McGugan is an Ottawa-based architect and heritage consultant with 36 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
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut