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Baird Sampson Neuert Architects, Inc

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Baird Sampson Neuert Architects, Inc

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  • George Baird Architect and Associates
  • Baird/Sampson Architects

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1972-Present

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Baird established his practice, George Baird Architect and Associates, in Toronto in 1972. In its early years Baird operated the firm as an important "teaching office," employing many of his University of Toronto students, including Bruce Kuwabara, Martin Kohn, Donald MacKay, Detlef Mertins, Barry Sampson and John van Nostrand, all of whom have subsequently distinguished themselves as practitioners and/or educators. In 1982 the office evolved into the partnership of Baird/Sampson Architects, and in 1998 became Baird Sampson Neuert Architects Inc.

Significant Projects Include: St. Michael?s College, Toronto; St. Clair Public Library, Toronto; Edmonton City Hall Competition, Edmonton; Harbourfront/Spadina Quay, Toronto; Elliot Lake Auditorium for the Arts, Elliot Lake; North Portage Housing, Winnipeg; Mississauga City Centre, Mississauga; Cee-Phil Investments Ltd, Mississauga; Bay-Adelaide Park, Toronto; Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls.

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