Congratulations to our most recent Architect at TEAL Jon Ellis for officially receiving his license at the NSAA Annual General Meeting.
Our Principal Architect Tom Emodi has recently been named the Dean of the RAIC College of Fellows, check out the RAIC link below for more details; https://www.raic.org/news/raic-college-fellows-elects-new-dean
We’d like to thank Dwell for featuring Webster Terrace. Click here for more details
Justin Cormier from TEAL is now a licensed architect! He received a certificate from the president of the NSAA, Gregory MacNeil, at the most recent Annual General Meeting.
TEAL would like to officially welcome Jon Ellis to the team. If he’s not in the office you’ll find him hiking, climbing and exploring the coastal landscape. Click here for Jon’s bio
We’d like to thank ArchDaily for sharing our most recent house, Webster Terrace . Please click here to view the full article
Our own Ross Grant was recently interviewed by Erica Butler, transportation writer for the Halifax Examiner, regarding the design and function of bus shelters in HRM. Ross says that bus shelters are an opportunity to …
TEAL has recently completed the first phase of the Kearney Lake project. For more details please visit the following link. We’d like to thank Julian Parkinson for the photography and GOSKY Production Media Ltd. for …
On Wednesday, November 16 TEAL and David Harrison Ltd. accepted the award for “Best Comprehensive Plan” from the Atlantic Planners Institute for the 2016 Planning Excellence Awards. The award recognizes the South Shore Housing Action …
TEAL was awarded the Atlantic WoodWORKS Architect of the Year at the 2016 Wood Design Awards!