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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.

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

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

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

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,