February 24th, 2019
Announcing Greg Sather’s Retirement
Greg founded mcCallumSather with Joanne McCallum in 1996. Sustainability was a key principal in Greg and Joanne’s vision for the firm and has been incorporated into all elements of the business. Over the years, Greg’s passion for sustainability and his drive to ensure the firm never lost focus on the fundamental sustainability issues facing society never waivered.
The firm has benefited from Greg’s skills as a gifted architect who had the capacity to provide the technical knowledge and detail to support the firm’s design objectives. Some key projects that highlight his expertise in sustainable design include the first LEED Gold facility in Ontario under the CaGBC, EMS Headquarters & Maintenance Centre in Waterloo, the first LEED certified facility in Hamilton, Woodward Avenue Environmental Laboratory with the City of Hamilton, and Waterloo North Hydro, certified LEED Silver. Greg’s portfolio of work spans numerous building typologies, including municipal, institutional, educational, civic, operational and sports facilities throughout South-Western Ontario.
As an accomplished architect, colleague, educator, and mentor, mcCallumSather has greatly benefitted from Greg’s passion and expertise. We want to take this opportunity to congratulate Greg on all that he has achieved during his career and wish him all the best in his retirement.