Principals and Staff
Bob has over 30 years of experience in the design and management of the firm’s academic, transit, municipal, culture and recreation projects. He joined RDHA in 1987, became a principal in 1998 and was instrumental in directing the firm towards its current culture of design excellence. He is known as a good listener and effective leader who inspires those around him to achieve excellence in every aspect of project delivery. Projects led by Bob have been the recipient of over forty regional, national and international design awards.
Geoff joined RDHA in 2008 and is responsible for many of the studio’s sustainable design projects that have received LEED certification. He has designed sophisticated and award winning industrial, transit, recreational, office and post-secondary education projects, including the Town of Newmarket’s Operation Centre & Works Yard that was the recipient of a Canadian Architect Award of Excellence, and a Governor General’s Medal for Architecture. Geoff is a current member of the Hurontario LRT Design Excellence Conformance Review Panel (DXCRP).
Tyler is the recipient of the 2014 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) Young Architect Award. He joined RDHA in 2005 where he took on the role of Design Architect for the Bloor/Gladstone District Library in Toronto, which has won eight major design awards including the 2014 Governor General’s Medal for Architecture. His conceptual approach to design and detailing is well known and evident in many of the firm’s progressive cultural, community, corporate and library projects.
Momin joined the firm in 1988 and became a Principal in 2007. During that time he has played a senior role as project architect and contract administrator on a wide range of academic, transportation, recreation, and secure buildings, including Canadian Chanceries in Dhaka Bangladesh and Abuja Nigeria. Momin is a leader in project management, scheduling, code analysis, technical compliance and building science.