Goran Milosevic has managed complex projects from conceptual design through project completion for a range of academic, cultural, civic and corporate projects throughout Canada and the United States.
A collaborative team player, he works closely with clients, users and stakeholder groups. His project experience includes a number of renovations and expansions to existing structures, such as the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, the Raether Library at Trinity College in Hartford, and the Global Centre for Pluralism in Ottawa.
He was the principal-in-charge of the award-winning, LEED Gold-certified Vaughan City Hall, and most recently, the LEED Gold-designed Bay Adelaide Centre East Tower in Toronto’s Financial District.
Currently, Goran is working on the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Research & Discovery Centre.
“We listen to our clients’ needs, develop a joint vision and collectively enhance the ambitions of the project. It’s a collaboration based on respect.”