Mike joined the team at Lett Architects in the summer of 2017 as an Intern Architect after graduating from the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University. Prior to his graduate degree, Mike studied law at the undergraduate level, moving to Calgary to work in the oil and gas sector before returning to Ontario to study architecture. In 2020, under the mentorship and guidance of senior staff at Lett, Mike became a licensed Architect and in 2022 joined the leadership team as Principal, Project Management.
Mike has proven to be a talented architect with strong management qualities, having overseen several pivotal projects over the last few years; including the Oakville Fire Station No. 8, the Rizzardo Health and Wellness Centre, and more recently the Whitby Health Centre. His experience managing projects of various contract types, scope of work, and size, provides a solid foundation for Mike to continue serving both our project teams and our clients.
Recently, Mike became a member of the Board of Directors for the Peterborough and District Construction Association and continues to support the Canadian Blood Services as a donor and organizes the annual Lett Studio blood drive.
Outside of the studio, Michael spends his summers on his motorcycle exploring Ontario and surrounding areas and his winters hitting the slopes.