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DAN GOODSPEED

B.Sc., B.E.D.S., B.Arch., FRAIC, MNSAA, MAAPEI, MAANB, MCSC

Originally from Truro, Nova Scotia, Dan Goodspeed is a founding partner of Kassner/Goodspeed Architects. Over the last four decades, Dan has had extensive experience in leading multi-discipline design teams through a successful design process. He has designed and overseen the construction of over 50 major high rise residential projects. His other projects range from single family homes to low and mid-rise mixed use residential to institutional and commercial design. He has received numerous awards and citations for his work in Atlantic Canada. Dan has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to envision appropriate design solutions for complex projects.

Appointments

  • 2005 Councilor, RAIC Atlantic Regional Representative(3 years)
  • 2005 Councilor, Nova Scotia Association of Architects(1 years)
  • 2003 NSAA representative on the Dean Selection Committee, Faculty of Architecture & Planning, Dalhousie University 1999 Commissioner, Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes of the National Research Council of Canada
  • 1990 President, Nova Scotia Association of Architects.

AWARDS

  • 1998 Lieutenant Governors Award Citation for the Electropolis Film Studios.
  • 1989 Nova Scotia Department of Housing Award for Mark Hill Residence.
  • 1987 Nova Scotia Association of Architects Citation in Design for Park Place Condominiums.
  • 1986 Nova Scotia Association of Architects Design Award for the Marley Condominiums.