Allan graduated from the College of the North Atlantic in 2009 as an architectural engineering technologist with a focus on structures, mechanical systems and HVAC, for both residential and industrial projects. He completed his final thesis on LEED certification.
Allan began his career at Tract Consulting, a landscape architecture firm in St. John’s, Newfoundland, but quickly made the leap to commissioning in January of 2010 when he joined the CFMS team. He has since been a valuable team member, providing a hands-on role in numerous projects including the Brooklin Community Centre and two new Toronto Police Services divisions. Additionally, he has been involved in more complex projects such as the expansion project at Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie and Phase 1B of the CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) Queen Street Redevelopment Project, which involves the construction of three new buildings – the Intergenerational Wellness Centre, the Bell Gateway Building, and the Utilities and Parking Building.
Fun Fact: AJ enjoys playing baseball and building furniture in his spare time.