M.Arch, BAS (Hons.)
Connor is an OAA Intern Architect with 5 years of project experience in Toronto, New York, and Edmonton. He has worked on a large range of building types including ecclesiastical, light industrial, multi-unit residential, office, and single family homes. Currently, he is working on several residential projects ranging from multi-unit wood-frame low-rise construction in Manitoba to rental tower urban infill in Toronto. He has enjoyed working with public and private sector clients at many stages of the design and construction process and has found successful solutions across numerous design scales.
Connor has garnered considerable urban design experience while working at SvN. He has contributed to the Land Use and Built Form Environmental Assessment for a city centre airport expansion, Tall Building Guidelines for the City of Hamilton, subdivision design in South-Central Ontario, soft-site analysis for transit oriented development, and synthesized the complexities of planning, zoning and economic development for the targeted growth area of the Hamilton West Harbour neighbourhood. In addition, he has contributed to the design of several master plan projects including the LCBO Lands, Honda Lands, and a workforce village in Western Canada
Connor earned his M.Arch and BAS (Hons.) from the University of Waterloo, where he is now a sessional adjunct faculty member, most recently teaching Introduction to Digital Fabrication. For his work and contributions to the University of Waterloo, Connor received the 2015 Alpha Rho Chi Medal.