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William Edward (Ted) Wilson

Architect

Member, Ontario Association of Architects
Chair, Sustainable Built Environment Committee, OAA (2017)
Master Lecturer, McEwen School of Architecture, Laurentian University
LEED AP

Biography

 Ted Wilson is originally from Toronto and holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies and a Bachelor and Architecture from the University of Waterloo.

He developed curriculum and taught sustainable design courses for the Energy Management and Sustainable Building Technology program at Durham College, Whitby, Ontario Campus. He has also served as guest advisor for the Second Year Design Studio Building Science Workshops at the University of Toronto, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture. He is a LEED accredited professional, Sustainable Building Advisor, and trained in Passivhaus design principles.

Ted is a member of the Ontario Association of Architects and is also currently Chair of the Sustainable Built Environment Committee. He and his wife Deborah reside in Sudbury, ON where he teaches design and sustainability at the McEwen School of Architecture (Laurentian University) and she is also enrolled in the Bachelor of Architectural Studies program.

Renovations on their 1939 residence and property in the Haut-Ville neigbourhood of Sudbury are their principal recreation!

Education

B.E.S. (1982); B. Arch. (1985)
University of Waterloo

 

Waterloo, ON

1978 - 1985

Professional Experience

AECOM Canada Architects Ltd.
President

Whitby, ON
2009 - 2014

TSH Architects Ltd.
Project Architect

Cobourg, ON
1987 - 2009