Neil McNulty

AIAnmcnulty@evoqarchitecture.com514 393-9490 / 214

Neil brings to the EVOQ team the extensive expertise in museum planning and construction that he developed in California, Oklahoma, New York and especially in Massachusetts. His wide-ranging experience allows him to be a key player in all phases of institutional projects.

During his career, Neil also led projects for the new construction and renovation of institutional and religious buildings, including student housing, offices, and laboratories for Harvard University. Within EVOQ, Neil manages the conservation component  of the Wellington Building project in Ottawa, as well as the rehabilitation of the St. Thomas Courthouse, in Ontario. Neil is a member of the AIA-Massachusetts and of the Boston Society of Architects.

Neil joined EVOQ in 2008 and has been an Associate since 2009.

Feature Projects

Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS)

St. Patrick’s Basilica

Elgin County Courthouse

The Wellington Building