Jennifer Mallard received a Bachelor of Architecture degree (with distinction) from Carleton University in 1989. She joined Diamond Schmitt Architects in 2000, becoming an Associate in 2005. She has been involved in many aspects of practice, in both the public and private sectors. Her project experience includes public libraries, long term care facilities, public schools, post-secondary educational facilities and performing arts centres. She has coordinated educational programs for the Museum of Civilization and has been a guest critic at Carleton University. At Diamond Schmitt, Jennifer has provided design and project management leadership on the Max M. Fisher Centre for the Performing Arts in Detroit; the Sidney Harman Hall, Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC, the Pierre Berton Resource Library in Vaughan, the Hudson Condominium in Toronto, the Women�۪s Health Clinic at St Michael�۪s Hospital in Toronto, and the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law at Allard Hall. She is currently project architect for the Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre and adjacent Paintbox condominium tower in Toronto, to open in 2012.
Year consulting practice established
July 22, 1990