ARCHITECT AAA, MRAIC, M. Arch., BEDS, Arch. Tech., LEED APPrincipal
Kevin Harrison is the Principal at Sturgess Architecture with over 17 years of experience in the profession. Kevin’s passion in his work lies in the creative design process and how this process can be executed through comprehensive project management. Kevin is a LEED Accredited Professional whose technological background enhances the ability of a project design to come to fruition with synchronization.
He has worked on numerous award-winning projects of varying scale and programme and maintains an emphasis on the creative design process, where the integration of a design into the public realm is paramount. Prior to becoming Principal of the firm, Kevin’s experience as project lead, design architect, and project manager has garnered successful completion of many significant projects within the office. Much of this is attributed to the tireless efforts of community engagement, client coordination, consultant coordination, coordination of the permitting process through jurisdictional Business Units, and coordination of construction documentation through administration.
In his time outside the office, Kevin is an avid sports enthusiast and has a passion for the arts. This passion is evident with his Board of Directors position at the The GRAND, which he has held since April 2016.
ARCHITECT AAA, AIBC, FRAIC, RCAPartner
With over 40 years of experience as an architect, Jeremy Sturgess has contributed to Canadian architecture at a variety of levels. He is known for his ability to create urban design master plans and buildings responsible to an urban design vision. He has been recognized locally, nationally, and internationally for his work, which includes housing at all scales, civic and commercial buildings, and tourism and hospitality projects. With every project that Jeremy is involved in he ensures a high level of understanding and sensitivity to not only the immediate site context but also the grander vision of the project and how it contributes to the community.
In 1997, Jeremy Sturgess was appointed to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in recognition of his consistent collaboration with artists in architectural projects, and in particular for the artistic quality of his architecture. In 2012 he was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal, recognizing his contribution to art and architecture in Canada.