People
Andrew Dyke
OAA, Senior Associate
adyke@kpmbarchitects.com
Andrew Dyke has brought his strength in comprehensive design and project management of multi-disciplinary teams to a number of KPMB’s most complex and large-scale, urban projects. Andrew joined KPMB in 1990 and has directed all phases of design development and construction for major institutional, government and developer projects, including: Le Quartier Concordia, the one million sq.ft. multi-block academic campus for Montreal’s Concordia University, 150 Dan Leckie Way, a 432-unit affordable housing complex for the Toronto Community Housing Corporation, and the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Athletes’ Village in Toronto. Currently, he is working with a comprehensive team of consultants to develop the new 2026 Campus Framework Plan for Princeton University

Education and Professional Memberships

Education

1990 B. Arch., University of Toronto

Professional Memberships

1996 Member, Ontario Association of Architects

Selected Awards

  • 2016 World Architecture Festival (WAF), Finalist - Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, UBC
  • 2016 OLA New Library Building Award - Fort York Branch Library
  • 2016 Civic Trust Award - Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, UBC
  • 2016 Urban Development Institute, Pacific Region - Institutional Category - Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, UBC
  • 2015 Ontario Association Of Architects Design Excellence – Honourable Mention - Fort York Branch Library
  • 2015 Library Journal: New Landmark Libraries – Honourable Mention - Fort York Branch Library
  • 2013 Canadian Urban Institute, Brownie Award, Best Overall Project - 2015 PanAm/Parapan Games Athletes’ Village | Canary District
  • 2012 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence - 2015 PanAm/Parapan Games Athletes’ Village | Canary District
  • 2006 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, National Urban Design Award - Concordia University, ENCS/VA Integrated Complex
  • 2006 Home Builders Awards, Best Building Design - Maple Leaf Square (Bremner Blvd)
  • 2005 Group Best Practices Award, Real Property Institute of Canada - Canadian Embassy Berlin
  • 2001 City of Kingston Livable City Design Award - Joseph S. Stauffer Library and Computing Centre
  • 1997 Governor General's Award of Merit - Joseph S. Stauffer Library and Computing Centre
  • 1990 Winning Scheme, National Design Competition - Joseph S. Stauffer Library and Computing Centre