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2000-2009

Diamond Schmitt has received more than 300 regional, national and international awards for design, including seven Governor General’s Awards for architecture.

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

Excellence in Innovation in Architecture - Building Envelope Innovation

Year: 2001

Project: The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The 225,000-square-foot plan is designed to meet the particular requirements of the Foreign Ministry of Israel. The building, accommodating administrative

Brick Industry Association

Brick in Architecture Award

Year: 2001

Project: Cawthra Community Centre and Arena

The Cawthra Community Centre is a 3,000-square-metre addition to an existing twin-pad arena. It contains a gymnasium, an active-living studio,

Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, Ontario Chapter

Honourable Mention

Year: 2001

Project: Cardinal Carter Wing

The four-storey addition to the existing ten-storey Victoria Wing of St. Michael’s Hospital is a significant expansion of 160,000-square-feet. Accommodating

City of Mississauga

Urban Design Awards - Award of Merit for Architectural Innovation

Year: 2000

Project: Cawthra Community Centre and Arena

The Cawthra Community Centre is a 3,000-square-metre addition to an existing twin-pad arena. It contains a gymnasium, an active-living studio,

Canadian Institute of Steel Construction

Ontario Steel Design Award - Architectural

Year: 2000

Project: The Apotex Centre

Located at the Jewish Home for the Aged at the Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, the Apotex Centre accommodates 372

Canadian Architect Magazine

Award of Excellence

Year: 2000

Project: The Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan

The Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan represents a template for the design of complex public buildings in dense urban areas