BNKC Newsletter – September 2022

    View this email in your browser Hello! It’s been a minute… You may have noticed we’ve been pretty quiet lately. That’s because we’ve been super busy doing the things we like to share in our newsletters! We’ve been fortunate at BNKC to have been engaged on so many projects throughout the pandemic. The…

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People: New Promotions!

We’re pleased to announce the recent promotion of two team members whose dedication has contributed to BNKC’s exceptional success over the past year. Chris Mascarenhas (left) has been promoted from Project Architect to Project Manager Daniel Garnier (right) has been promoted from BIM Specialist to Manager, Digital Delivery + BIM Lead Our ability to deliver…

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People: New Team Member Promotions

We’re pleased to announce the recent promotion of four team members whose dedication has contributed to BNKC’s exceptional success over the past year. Mehreen Mujib | Project Manager Sajith Sabanadesan | Intern Architect + Urban Designer Vaughn Miller | Associate + Senior Project Manager Kate Watanabe | Director of Marketing and Business Development The vibrancy of our vision and…

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Panel: Urban Infrastructure Constraints with ULI Toronto

BNKC’s Jonathan King is a panel member on November 26 | 12:00pm-1:30pm EDT Panel 4: Urban Infrastructure Constraints Examines the reality of existing and potential serviceable land supply and other critical public infrastructure necessary to facilitate development and population growth. What are the critical infrastructure priorities looking forward, and what are the implications for future settlement…

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Awards: 77 Wade Finalist at Brownie Awards

Our 77 Wade Avenue team is thrilled to be named as a finalist for the 2021 Brownie Awards! Nominated in the Reprogram category, the project will bring an 8 storey mass timber office building to an underused site in a transitioning neighbourhood. Winners will be announced at the November 23 gala. Dedicated to the rehabilitation…

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In the News: Training Magazine – Designing Training Facilities for Students and Staff

 “It’s important to remember that a facility can be educational itself. Incorporating transparency to allow views that link spaces throughout the facility is crucial.” Elie Newman penned this article for  Training Magazine about how the environment of a training program and its surroundings greatly affects the learning and development outcomes. Next Steps: Want to learn…

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In the News: Novae Res Urbis – Rethinking the Campus

The design of schools has major health and wellness impacts on student learning and a school master planning process allows designers to find the best ways to serve the needs of students. Elie Newman joined the spoke with Novae Res Urbis writer, Ron Jowett, about how master planning is shaping school campuses.   Next Steps:…

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In the News: Spaces for Learning Podcast

When it comes to designing an educational facility, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all.” There’s a lot that goes into creating the strategic master plan for a school. Elie Newman joined the Spaces for Learning Podcast to share his views on the design process for schools. Curl up on a comfy chair…

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In the News: Northmount School in WAN

BNKC’s Master Plan, Renovation, and Addition for Northmount School recently caught the eye of World Architecture News. Read the article here: Post pandemic strategic school master plan for Canada

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In the News: Master Planning for the Future of Independent Schools and Colleges

“Today, private and independent institutions are dealing with many demands. They must stay at the forefront of their fields, continually attract the families and students who make up their base, and evolve for an expanding and diverse population. Elie Newman has penned an article for Construction Canada on the complexities of master planning for independent…

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