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Mélisa Audet is a licensed Architect and a member of the Ontario Association of Architects. She has over 13 years of post-graduate experience in architectural design, construction and project management. Having both a Masters degree in Architecture from McGill University and a certificate in Project Management from Ryerson University, her interests in architecture revolve around translating strong design ideas into the built form, strategizing procurement methods that will support time sensitive programs, conceptualizing project schedules and overseeing the execution and successful delivery through each of the project phases.
She is a fully bilingual (French and English) architect that has extensive experience in private practice, working for the federal government as well as working for a large Construction Management firm. Mélisa’s current tenure is with Parks Canada as an Senior Advisor for the Built Heritage team in which she gives design and technical input on the agency's portfolio across Canada. This wide range of professional experience and exposure is a great asset, bringing practical insight from different points of view from our industry.
In January 2018, she officially joined the Council of the Ontario Association of Architects as a councillor for the Province of Ontario District. She holds the position of Vice President Regulatory, chairing multiple committees as part of her functions on this portfolio.
Mélisa is an active member of McGill Alumni of Toronto - Board of Directors since 2014 and is an Executive on the board of the Toronto Society of Architects since 2017. She has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity GTA chapter.