B.E.S., B.Arch., OAA, NSAA, AIBC, FRAIC
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Brian Rudy specializes in the planning and design of major institutional, corporate and cultural facilities. He was the Project Architect for the Canadian War Museum, winner of a Governor-General’s Medal, where he expedited the delivery of a large, complex building under an extremely compressed schedule of 36 months from the start of design to occupancy. Brian was also the Project Architect for the Waterloo Region Museum, recipient of an OAA Design Excellence Award, and the Niagara Falls History Museum. He recently finished leading the design for the Union Museum in Dubai and the Discovery Science Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia — an adaptive re-use of a former power plant turbine hall building. Additionally, Brian was the Principal in Charge of the Humber College Building G project — an adaptive re-use of the heritage Administration Building of the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital.
In addition to being a talented design architect, Brian is a natural and highly respected manager, leader and motivator. Leading with humility, deep integrity and quiet determination, Brian has demonstrated his leadership and project management skills on many successful and high-profile projects.