Principal, Stantec Architecture
Tom Kyle is a Principal at Stantec Architecture leading the Civic Buildings and Transit Sectors in the Ontario Region. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1993 and began working for Baird Sampson Architects for seven years, and then moved to Stantec in 2000. Tom’s career and projects has been diverse: ranging from Urban Design & Planning, Post-secondary Buildings, Bioscience Laboratories, Police & Justice Facilities, Training Facilities , Municipal Recreational Facilities, Operations & Maintenance Facilities, and Passenger Transit Facilities.
Tom is motivated by the opportunity to understand each client’s unique operational needs and propose a range of solutions through a culture of teamwork. Tom leads a design process that brings various stakeholders and departments together in common cause to improve the lives and achievement of citizens and staff. He applies his knowledge of architecture to all scales of design from large-scale site planning down to the resolution of industrial design details. Tom also has years of on-site construction review experience and frequently advises on technical coordination, constructability, sustainability, and phasing.
Tom has lead projects from a diversity of Delivery models, successfully incorporating excellent design with value for money in a culture of teamwork.
Tom is speaker at peer conferences, including the American Institute of Architects (AIA-AAJ) and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. He has led projects that have received several awards, including the Ontario Association Award of Excellence, the RAIC National Urban Design Awards, City of Toronto Green Design Awards of Excellence, the People’s Choice Awards, The Canadian Association of Professional Heritage Consultants Adaptive Reuse Awards.