B.Arch., OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP
Greg Sather graduated from Carleton University in 1983 and spent several years working with a variety of architectural firms in the Hamilton and Niagara regions before establishing the partnership of McCallum Sather Architects Inc. in 1996. His academic and professional career has been distinguished with numerous awards and scholarships.
Greg’s commitment to design excellence, technical competency and sustainable design is exemplified in the projects he has led and his detailed knowledge provides remarkable leadership to the staff and clients of the firm. Greg was the Partner in Charge for the Emergency Medical Services Fleet Facility building for the Region of Waterloo, the first LEED Gold facility in Canada certified through the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). Greg was also the Partner in Charge for the Woodward Avenue Environmental Laboratory, a water testing facility for the City of Hamilton which is LEED Silver certified. Woodward Labs was also a recent recipient of the Award of Merit for 2007 Hamilton Urban Design and Architecture Awards, and was recognized by Building Magazine for Green Building Design in its 2007 Outside the Box Awards.
Greg is a LEED Accredited Professional, OBC Certified, and an active member of the Ontario Association of Architects.