Biography Throughout her educational and professional career, Ms. Bourgon has had extensive experience working on both existing and new building projects, with an emphasis on heritage conservation practices, sustainable design, site surveys and analysis, and adaptive reuse. A graduate of the Conservation and Sustainability stream of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies program at Carleton University, she was educated in international principles of heritage conservation and sustainable building practices. Ms. Bourgon has acquired a wide range of skills through significant time spent recording and analyzing historic buildings in Ontario, and through her work on numerous conservation projects across Canada for Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) and Parks Canada. Her experience includes condition assessments, digital surveying, 2D and 3D drawing fabrication, contract administration, Building Information Modeling (BIM), report authoring, and preparation of Heritage Impact Assessments and Conservation Plans. Ms. Bourgon has also worked on various other building typologies including institutional, private residences, commercial, retail, and recreational facilities through all project phases (pre-design all the way through to construction administration), and excels at thoughtful integrated design, rigorous project management, and hands on construction administration.
Academic Credentials CAHP, LEED Green Associate, B.AS., Conservation & Sustainability
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut