Dan McNeil

Dan has been associated with the firm since 2001 and brings over thirty years of architectural and construction experience regarding all aspects of the practice.

Dan’s recent roles at Kearns Mancini include that of local project architect and manager for the Canadian Canoe Museum and for the award-winning Fort York Visitor Centre, project architect for the TDSB Kennedy Public School Addition and was recently the project architect on the George Brown College Chefs’ House Restaurant.

Dan performed a major role as Project Architect for the production of construction documents for Phase 1A of The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, which was completed in early 2008.

He was instrumental in the production of the contract documents and was the administrative architect for the 150,000 sq. ft., TCDSB Sentator O’Connor Secondary School. Dan is also our in-house heritage architect, having completed several award-winning heritage projects including the restoration of the John Street Roundhouse, which won a 1996 Toronto Urban Design Award, and the restoration of the Ridpaths Furniture Store, which won the Toronto Annual Heritage Award in 2002. He has been the team leader for several other large heritage projects, notably the stabilization/restoration of the Old Don Jail, Phases 1 and 3 of the Whitney Block and Tower Restoration, and Restorations to the Royal Conservatory of Music and Trinity College.