Mark Wronski, B.E.S., B.Arch., OAA, CAHP, MRAIC, LEED® AP
Mark has recently joined the Cumulus team bringing 21 years of extensive experience in conservation assessment, architectural design, contract documents, and contract administration for large heritage buildings and sites. Mark’s work frequently involved consultation with multi-partied stakeholder groups as part of the design and implementation stages for these projects. He has proven experience in the coordination of large engineering teams for the retrofit and adaptive reuse of existing buildings and the conservation of historic landmarks. During the last 5 years he has been Project Architect at Taylor Hazell for the conservation of Casa Loma, the exterior stabilization at RC Harris Water Treatment Plant, the exterior restoration of Province House (PEI) and the development of the design and implementation plan for the restoration of the Whitney Block in Toronto for senior ministries of the province.
Taylor Hazell Architects Ltd.
Whitney Block Mechanical Rehabilitation, Exterior Restoration (Toronto, ON) - Project Architect (Design to Project Award) 2013-2017
Whitney Block Concourse Renovation (Toronto, ON) - Project Architect (Design and Documents), Supervising Architect (Contract Administration) 2013-2017
St. Thomas Consolidated Courthouse (St. Thomas, ON) Conservation Architect, Planning Design Compliance Team (2009 – 2012)
Humber College, Urban Ecology Centre (Etobicoke, ON) – Project Architect (Documents to Contract Administration) 2005 – 2007 with gH3 Architects
Casa Loma Exterior Restoration Phases 2 - 8 (Toronto, ON) – Project Architect (Design to Contract Administration) 2001 – 2016
R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant Building Envelope Restoration Multiple Phases (Toronto, ON) Project Architect (Design to Contract Administration) 1999 - 2014
Cumulus Architects Inc. Present
Senior Associate - Architect
Taylor Hazell Architect Ltd. 1996-2017
Black & Moffat Architects Inc
Wallman Clewes Bergman Architects Ltd 1987-1994