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Land & Development
Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Metro Toronto Convention Centre - North Building

Shea Gallagher
Principal at Superkül
Speaker

Profile

In his senior leadership position at the firm, Shea Gallagher oversees the design and construction of multi-unit residential and mixed-use developments, specializing in thoughtful and environmentally responsive approaches to mid- and high-rise housing. He has extensive experience with feasibility studies and master planning, and plays a central role in shepherding projects through municipal approvals, design review panels, and the completion of contract documents. As co-chair of Superkül’s Sustainability Committee, he guides the firm’s commitment to high-performance buildings and helps raise the bar on sustainability in Canadian architecture. Since joining Superkül in 2011, Shea has overseen the design and project management of multi-unit and mixed-use projects across the Greater Toronto Area, including the award-winning Junction House, a 106-unit townhouse development for Port Credit’s new Brightwater master plan, and a mixed-use development in Regent Park that spans a full city block and targets Toronto Green Standard (TGS) Tier 2. Shea earned his Bachelor of Architecture from University College Dublin and is a Member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (MRIAI). While developing the design of a Net-Zero Carbon house, he earned his Certified Passive House Designer accreditation with the Passive House Institute in Germany.

Agenda Sessions

  • SESSION B3 – Supply and demand of Purpose-built rental development projects across Canada: Are PBR’s the solution to resolving the country’s housing affordability crisis? What’s the main purpose of purpose build rental development projects?

    1:55pm