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Michael Murphy

By eba

I’m passionate about making a meaningful impact through my work. Continuously learning and innovating drives me to contribute to our projects’ success. Each day offers new opportunities to inspire my team, and I strive to share these experiences, encouraging hard work and enjoyment in our projects.

Sohail Akhtar

By eba

Driven by an unwavering passion for social architecture, Parkin contributes to society by channeling creativity and dedication into every project. At Parkin we believe in the power of architectural building design to elevate communities and shape a more equitable future.

Jason Aylsworth

By BelievecoDev

I find inspiration in collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to tackle the diverse challenges unique to each project, striving towards achieving successful outcomes.

Andrea Langham

By eba

“Following an education in sociology, I realized that there was a great opportunity for me to execute work with a purpose, while exploring my love for interior design. I recognized that design can contribute to the welfare and interest of the society it serves, and that one can in fact design to make a difference.”

Roberta Somlo

By eba

I am passionate about creating spaces that improve the lives of users, knowing that I can make a positive difference, especially for vulnerable populations such as correctional residents and healthcare patients, and the staff and community that supports them.

Greg Pattison

By eba

Architectural design is the thoughtful balance of art and technology. It’s the unique process that establishes certain parameters that create positive experiences which encourages human interaction, dialogue, and connection.

Justin Leclair

By eba

Parkin’s ability to continuously expand and grow in their specialty sectors is truly motivating. Parkin’s work in healthcare and corrections continues to push the boundaries of design in very complex building types. Our work in other sectors such as in the High Arctic has provided an opportunity to explore extreme and remote environments where architecture … Continued

Rankin Inlet Men’s Healing Facility

By Juan Nieto

This award-winning facility, built for the Nunavut Ministry of Justice, is designed to provide a healing environment for Indigenous individuals who have come into conflict with the law. The 32,000 sq. ft. building consists of a 32-bed medium security unit and a 16-bed minimum security unit, with facilities including program rooms, a gym, a chapel, staff offices, a central kitchen, segregation and medical units, and admitting/discharge areas.

Richard Huot

By eba

Our work touches some of the most vulnerable populations in our country. Whether it is a patient in a hospital, an inmate suffering from mental illness in a correctional facility, an elderly resident wanting to stay active and healthy and connected with family or children learning at school, they are all relying on the architecture … Continued

Robert Boraks

By eba

All of Parkin’s efforts are solely focused towards supporting and improving the conditions of our communities and environment. The commonalities embodied in our facilities, be it a hospital, school, or correctional facility, reflect our responsibility to promote human dignity, empowerment and care for all.


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