Dima Cook joined the firm in 1998 and has applied her multi-disciplinary expertise in architecture and project management to EVOQ projects in both the heritage conservation and Inuit and First Nations fields. She was named a Senior Associate in 2009 and has headed the firm’s Toronto office since 2012.
Dima is a graduate of McGill University’s School of Architecture. She is a founding member of Habitat for Humanity’s Montreal chapter. She is also a LEED® Accredited Professional who is developing a new specialty in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings, using sustainable practices that reduce environmental impact. She is a member of APT’s Technical Committee on Sustainable Preservation and sits on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP), as well as on the City of Toronto Design Review Panel.
- Union Station
- St. Lawrence Heritage Conservation Plan
- Heritage Studies
- 357 de la Commune Ouest
- Kuujjuaq Airport Terminal
- Humphrey Hall
- CNR Building – 409 Front Street
- Wellington Destructor
- Fort Frederick
- Yeo Hall, Royal Military College
- Kingston Armory
- Fort Lasalle, Royal Military College
- De Noyan Block, Ross Building and Cavalry House Window Restoration