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About Us

At Philip Agar Architect Inc. we work closely with our clients. We strongly believe that a successful design evolves from a team effort between the Client, the User Groups and the Consultants. Our designs recognize the many needs of our clients:

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We Listen

We are sensitive to the needs of clients staff and other users… We Listen

Forward Thinking

Selection of appropriate materials based on durability as well as aesthetics

Economics

Adherence to project budget

For the Future

Consideration for life cycle costs and for future changes or
expansion

We strive to exceed the expectations of our clients. Our projects are consistently on schedule and on budget. We produce thorough sets of working drawings and have experienced staff (who were involved in the design/drawing phase) review the construction.  We are proud that all of our clients are long term repeat clients:

Fanshawe College

Communication Arts Building (Radio/TV studios and high tech classrooms), the new board room and executive offices for the President, Vice-Presidents and their support staff, plus twenty other classroom and staff space renovations including Health Sciences Department Renovations.

Southside Group

Sunripe Market 11,000 sf store, Wonderland Power Centre London: 45,600 sf fitness facility, pool & spa addition, Adventures on Wonderland 5,400 sf., Angelo’s Bakery & Deli 50,081 sf retail store, restaurant & bakery. The Athletic Club Brantford 26,500 sf fi tness centre. AIM Medical/Rehab Clinic, Scholars Choice and Exeter Mall.

Shoppers Drug Mart

We are their regional architect and have completed over one hundred new construction and renovation projects in the area bounded by Windsor, Owen Sound, Mississauga and Ft. Erie.

Community Living

We are the architect for renovations to the Ford Road Access Centre, two new group homes for developmentally handicapped children, we have completed life-safety upgrade feasibility reports on twenty two other homes and were responsible for life-safety upgrades for six homes.