Bill Lett

Architect – Managing Principal

OAA | FRAIC | LEED AP | ACCA | IPDA

As managing principal, Bill has extensive hands on experience dealing with diverse stakeholders, administrators, planning processes, municipal/regional Councils and government agencies.

Over two decades of practice Bill has been involved in the design of major municipal, cultural, healthcare and institutional projects across the province of Ontario. He has received many awards for his work including three Ontario Association of Architects Design Excellence Awards. His work has been featured in Architectural Review magazine from Britain as an example of current Canadian design.

Bill sits as a board member of the Integrated Project Delivery Alliance which supports emergent practices demonstrating enhanced industry outcomes. He is a member of the Peterborough Official Plan Steering Committee and holds memberships in the Canadian Green Building Council and the Arts Consultants of Canada. In May 2018, Bill was convocated into the College of Fellows of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.

When Bill is not in the studio, you’ll find him on the hill either skiing or trail riding on his mountain bike.

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