Heath is licensed as a designer with Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing of Ontario. His credentials with them can reviewed on the MMAH website under the “Quartz” system.
Architectural Design Technology Diploma Humber College Of Applied Arts & Technology
Human Relations Certificate Course Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology
Quantity Surveying (Estimating) Certificate Course Centennial College
Industrial Design, Commercial Art, & Drafting/Shop Studies High School
Code Courses and BCIN Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing / MAATO / OBOA
Ontario Building Code (OBC) Education (Ministry of Ontario Approved):
Large Buildings (over 600 m2 / 6,460 SF):
OBC Part 3 -Large Buildings Health & Safety Requirements
OBC Part 3 -Large Buildings Construction and Classification
OBC Part 10 & 11 -Change of Use and Renovations (All buildings)
Bill 124 -General/Legal Process (All buildings)
Small Buildings (under 600 m2 / 6,460 SF):
Bill 124 -Small Buildings BCIN
Heath W. Churchill has over 28 yrs of experience in the architectural field, since finishing college in 1988. Ranging in the fields of commercial, retail, corporate, industrial, & institutional in projects sizes of over $30 Million in construction costs down to the very small residential projects that were just in the $1,000's.
Heath has been employed full time in architecture in Toronto after completing the main formal architectural schooling. His experience in these projects ranged in responsibility from Designer, Project Manager, Construction Contract Administrator, Senior Technologists, Job Captain, Draftsman, Network Manager, and CAD Manager.
He worked as a student first in a high school Co-op program for a mechanical air conditioning company called Dunham/Bush, which now does not exist.
First year of college summer employment with Arthur Erickson architects (Roy Thompson Hall, Canadian Embassy in Washington).
After college he worked for Shore Tilbe Henschel Irwin Peters Architects and Engineers, which then became Shore Tilbe Irwin and Partners, and is now Perkins + Will Architects for 22.5 years, Shore Tilbe Architects being one of the biggest, and long established firms in Toronto and Canada before the merger.
For the next 5.5 years he worked for Petroff/Architects-Research-Knowledge (ARK). There he experienced the worlds of non-profit work, developer work and the retail building design worlds.
Heath also has hands on construction experience. He has built his own cottage including doing the excavation, forming, rebar, concrete pouring, framing, sheathing, window installation, siding, insulation and AVB installation, drywall, trim, and roofing. As well he has some electrical and plumbing experience. He can solder his own copper pipes, install ABS/PVC piping, install PEX plumbing, and has installed sinks, toilets, and showers himself. He has installed circuit breakers, wired lights, and outlets.
Again these are things that should be left to skilled trades people and should be licensed. The above is mentioned purely for the sake of demonstrating practical knowledge of these special licensed trades.
Heath has also hands on experience installing kitchens, bathrooms, basement renovations, decks, rebuilt old garages, and built new ones.
Member of the Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario
Heath W. Churchill is qualified under the Ontario Building Code for Small Buildings and Houses up to 6,460 sf (600 sq.m). Is recognized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing as a "Public Designer" and has a registered BCIN number. See as per Qualifications section above.
Is covered with Professional Liability Insurance/Errors and Omissions Insurance with Hub International-Sinclair/Cockburn Insurance company.
Heath has a Stamp of Practise through the Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario, and is a member in good standing.