Greg has always been inspired by how buildings and spaces change people’s perception of and interaction with the built environment. This led him to earn a Diploma in Architectural Technology at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario. Greg enjoys the process of working through a project from its beginning to final stages and creating solutions for intricate design details.

Greg joined BDP Quadrangle in 2011 as a senior architectural technologist, contributing to the firm’s extensive retail portfolio by spearheading projects like Lululemon, Kohl’s and Rogers, as well as car dealerships including Porsche, Audi and Volkswagon. He has also worked on 130 Bloor Street West – a mixed-use development, located in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. Greg’s role involves spearheading projects from inception to completion, focusing on developing construction drawings, conducting architectural assessments, and crafting bid documents and permits. His creative vision and meticulous attention to technical details enable him to bring clients’ visions to life seamlessly.

Greg is deeply committed to fostering a positive studio culture. He actively contributes to our internal Contract Administration Committee and United Way Committee, where he plays a key role in mentoring and building a collaborative environment. Greg’s passion for sustainability is reflected in his LEED® accreditation, and he remains an engaged member of the Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC). He is also actively involved in the Durham College Planning Advisory Committee for their Architectural Technology program, contributing his insights to the development of future professionals.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Greg is dedicated to community involvement. He serves on Durham College’s Planning Advisory Committee and volunteers with the Clarington Recreational Hockey League as President, coach, and board member.
photo of Greg

Audi Brampton car dealership at dusk
looking across a full parking lot to the side of a light grey clad Porsche dealership building
Lululemon storefront in a mall, made of wood in the shape of a maple leaf
Nike retail store in Yorkdale Mall featuring dropped wooden slats on the ceiling with the words Just Do It.