William Vivas is an intermediate architect with Brook McIlroy and holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. He has 13 years of experience with a wide spectrum of projects throughout Manitoba and British Columbia, including airport expansion projects, schools, daycares, health centres, multi-family housing, and institutional renovations. Several of these projects have achieved LEED certification.
A team player and effective communicator, William is committed to a collaborative process that encourages an open, multi-disciplinary approach to design. He furthermore believes that inclusive approach to design is a prerequisite for success in holistically achieving a project’s vision and goals.
William enjoys working closely with communities and clients to understand their goals, and to transform those ideas into welcoming and rewarding spaces. Since joining Brook McIlroy, William has been part of the team that is working on the University of Winnipeg Library Renewal, an extensive and highly complex renovation of the university’s 1970’s era Centennial Hall building.