ACCA Consultant

Jennifer Mallard
jennifermallard@henriquezpartners.com http://henriquezpartners.com
Title

Principal, Toronto

Company Name

Henriquez Partners Architects

City

Toronto

Province

Ontario

Business Phone

647 405 1844

Consulting Goals

As an architect with a passion for the performing arts, I bring 25 years of experience in the creation and realization of facilities supporting the arts. Being part of the team, creating community buildings is a rewarding part of my professional career.

Your Experience

Lead Architect for the Humber College Cultural Hub, National Arts Centre Revitalization, Daniels Spectrum, Harman Centre for the Arts, Detroit Symphony Hall Expansion and Renovation

Biographical Info

Jennifer Mallard received a Bachelor of Architecture degree (with distinction) from Carleton University in 1989. She joined Diamond Schmitt Architects in 2000, becoming a Principal in 2018. 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 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, the National Arts Centre Revitalization in Ottawa and the Humber College Cultural Hub, which includes new facilities for their Music and Media education. Jennifer joined Henriquez Partners Architects in 2023, to establish their Toronto Studio.

Year consulting practice established

1990

Primary Clients

Cultural Not-For-Profit, Cultural For-Profit, Municipalities, Federal or provincial government departments

Consulting Specialization

Architecture and/or technical design, Community arts

Frequent Disciplines

Media arts, Performing arts, Multi-disciplinary

Languages

English