The Canadian Coptic Centre

Posted on Jan 27, 2020 in Uncategorized

The Canadian Coptic Centre is the proposed new addition to the existing Coptic Christian Orthodox Centre in Mississauga. Working with Mantecon Partners and Baker Turner Landscape Architects, ATA’s focus is the design of the 110,000 sq.ft. centre that works flawlessly with the architecture of the two existing churches. As viewed from Eglinton Avenue, the new […]

Jun Gu is Now an Associate

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 in In the Media

Jun has a broad experience in managing a wide variety of projects at ATA Architects, including residential, commercial, and institutional construction. Combining creativity and technology skills, he has provided ATA clients with quick high-quality design options. His problem-solving skills well suit the variety of challenging design projects the firm undertakes. Jun is a LEED Accredited […]

National Trust Presentation

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 in In the Media

In October of 2018, our intern architect Ryan Lee had the opportunity to present at the National Trust Conference held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The conference theme was “Opportunity Knocks: Heritage as a Social, Economic and Placemaking Force”. While urban architecture is constantly being built, erased, and rebuilt again, there is opportunity for the traces […]

The St. Marks Centre

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 in In the Media

Located at 115 Hunter Street West in the heart of the City of Hamilton is the historic St. Mark’s Church. Built as an Anglican church in 1877, St. Mark’s was declared redundant in 1989 and then sold to the City in 1994. This publicly-owned heritage building has remained vacant for over 30 years. It will […]

St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church

Posted on Apr 11, 2019 in In the Media

ATA has been commissioned to design a new Catholic church for the Diocese of Hamilton. The Church will be located at 620 Rymal Road East and will see the uniting of two existing parishes – Our Lady of Lourdes & Corpus Christi. The new church will be sited on a 3.3 hectare (8 acre) property […]

Sustainability

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in In the Media

In December, Construction Magazine published another article by Mark Dredger titled, “The Next Generation of Passive Solar for Cold Climates.” The article can be read here. Mark is an architect in the pursuit of energy conservation with the goal of having a zero carbon footprint. He continues to set the benchmark for the firm in […]

St. Mark’s Church Rehabilitation

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in New Projects

Construction continues into the new year of Phase I of the St. Mark’s Church rehabilitation. ATA will be continuing on Phase II to bring the building to its full use for the City of Hamilton (and the Durand Neighbourhood) by 2019. Alexander Temporale, Principle in Charge Michael Biljetina, Project/Design Architect Jason Truelove, Job Captain

Master Planning and Urban Design

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in New Projects

ATA is currently preparing a multi-phased mix use development within a major transportation hub. Working with both client and municipality, the building forms continue to evolve.

Two New Design Builds

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in New Projects

ATA has had great success in designing office buildings. Working in partnership with project managers Maple Reinders for client Starlight Investments, ATA completed design concepts for two office buildings in Mississauga. Matheson Avenue Office is a proposed design build project, which provides an additional 40,500 sq. ft. of rentable space to the underutilized site. Currently […]

York University’s Centre for Sexual Violence – Response, Support & Education

Posted on Jan 6, 2018 in New Projects

ATA was appointed the architects for York University’s Centre for Sexual Violence – Response, Support & Education. It will be starting construction in January 2018. The firm has worked closely with many collages and universities to solve complex and sensitive issues. Michael Biljetina, Senior Associate in charge