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UPDATED ON: Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Ontario Association of Architects:

Gerrie Doyle, OAA, MRAIC,
President

From The Globe and Mail

Gerrie Doyle, OAA, MRAIC, was re-elected by the OAA Council for a second term as the 122nd president of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA). She will continue to lead its 2,800 members and to chair its Council. She is the fourth female president of the association.

Ms. Doyle is a principal of aipm architects inc. Toronto, Ontario. aipm architects inc. is a full-service Architectural and Project management firm that provides services to both Canadian and international clients. The principals are industry leaders, who regularly direct high-profile projects in the Aviation sector, Hospitality industry, and corporate commercial complexes.

Gerrie graduated with a Diploma in Architecture from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland in 1981 and her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Following graduation, Ms. Doyle emigrated to Canada where she worked on several high profile projects, such as the Toronto Stock Exchange and Terminal 3 in Toronto, before opening her own practice in Toronto in 1992. Prior to co-founding aipm architects in 2008 with Michael Lowe, Gerrie was a principal of Gerrie Doyle Architect in Toronto and Ottawa. She has more than 29 years experience as an architect, specializing in project management.

Ms. Doyle has been an active volunteer in the architectural and building industry community having served on numerous OAA committees. She also served on the board of the Pro-Demnity Insurance Company (2008).

The Ontario Association of Architects is a self-regulating, self-governing profession under the Architects Act. The Association governs its members and regulates the practice of architecture in Ontario in order that the public interest may be served and protected. As part of its regulatory mandate, the Association delivers a wide range of programs and services to its members and the public.

 

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