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Ted Handy and Associates Architectural Digest

One of our historical site projects has been featured in the Vol. 18 - No. 27 issue of Novae Res Urbis, as the City of Barrie prepares "to restore a historic landmark and create a new community space".  It is expected that the "'Allandale train station revitalization will be the genesis of revitalization in the Allandale area.'"  Click here to read...Read More

One of our custom homes was featured in the March/April 2015 issue of Good Life Magazine. “With hand crafted floors, artist sculpted decorative accents and quality as the design mandate, this home is a bespoken jewel called The Eyrie”. Click here to read...Read More

Mundy’s Bay Public School was recently featured in SAB Magazine as part of a Concrete Council of Canada supplement. Designed by Ted Handy and Associates, Mundy’s Bay was named the most energy efficient school in North America in an assessment of over 500 schools. Click here to read more about how the use of concrete results in energy consumption well below the industry...Read More

Ted Handy & Associates is honoured to be the recipient of a 2014 OAA Design Excellence Award for the County of Simcoe Administration Centre expansion. The award recognizes the best in architectural design and innovation among Ontario Architecture firms based on the criteria of creativity, context, sustainability, good design/good business and the legacy of the project. Designed in partnership with Teeple Architects of Toronto, the County of Simcoe Administration Centre expansion was intended to resolve the complex access to the existing building and to take advantage of a natural site. Public access to 22 different departments was improved though the design of an external ring which connects existing spaces and new areas of the building. Along with much needed public space, the design also includes a new cafeteria and lounge area for staff. The expansion was carefully sited to minimize the impact to the site. The new work to the building...Read More

Students at Georgian College will now have more on-campus food options. On Thursday, August 29th Subway Restaurant’s newest location, designed by Ted Handy & Associates, opened at the College. In conjunction with the installation of the new Subway, the hallway area outside of the restaurant – known by students as “The Centre of the Universe” – was also renovated. For a space that was previously dark and restrictive, the goal was to open up and allow more light into a busy junction of campus circulation. The space now permits more student activity and a greater connection to the exterior. The lead architect for this project was Ted Handy, with Erin Hoffman and Stephanie Duncan providing design support. Phil Santia of e-Lumen designed the lighting component of the project. The general contractor for the project was Big Tyme Construction. Photo courtesy of Georgian...Read More