Adrienne Tam Recognized with the Ontario Association of Architects Honour Roll

Adrienne Tam, Architect, and cherished MTA team member of over 22 years, has been recognized with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) Honour Roll.

We are moved by this recognition of Adrienne’s remarkable career achievements in the field of architecture and design. She championed many of MTA’s most complex and innovative projects, including the Conestoga College School of Culinary Arts, Humber College Lakeshore Campus Building G (Centre for Entrepreneurship), Limberlost Place at George Brown College, among numerous others. Adrienne’s unmatched tenacity in the face of adversity and her ability to manage her work in a professional and knowledgeable manner, are just some of the ways in which she excelled in her duties.

“Adrienne made the complex appear easy and the pathways to success clear, and in doing so, not only did she serve the community, but she reminded us of both the joy and responsibility that comes with shaping our world.”
Carol Phillips, Moriyama Teshima Architects

Her family will be receiving this award on her behalf at the OAA Conference in May. Her name will be forever recorded among the country’s boldest and brightest leaders in architecture. Please join us in commemorating Adrienne’s legacy.

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