The firm has two offices - London, Ontario and Qualicum Beach, British Columbia.
The London office was opened in 1986 and from 1989-92 was part of Lamb, Jorden, and Jensen, a partnership of firms. In 1993 the office reverted to independent practice. The office has designed and guided the construction of numerous buildings in Southwestern Ontario.
Typical projects include:
|Hyde Park Design Centre||retail complex - 60,800 sq.ft , London|
|Byron Somerset School||primary school, 19 classrooms, London|
|London District Christian High School||extensive additions and alterations, London|
|Hazel Lanes||68 unit detached condominium, London|
|Stoneybrook Centre||childcare centre, 16,200 sq.ft., London|
|Southcrest Heights||56-unit apartment building, London|
|Queen Victoria Place||seniors apartment building, Petrolia, Ont.|
|John Gordon Home||AIDS Hospice, London|
|London Health Sciences Centre||hospital addition & alterations, London|
|Industry, Trade & Commerce Canada||office building, London|
|Lubrico Warranty||office building, London|
|Citizenship and Immigration Canada||office building, London|
The Qualicum office was opened in 2004 with a particular focus on the design of projects involving the issues of sustainability, prefabrication and systems architecture.
|Bayfield Cottage||prefab cottage, prototype built in Bayfield, Ontario|
|E Cube||building system for sustainable, prefab houses, prototype built in Qualicum Beach, B.C.|
|Let's Go||sustainable, prefabricated building system for child care centres. Prototype pending|