“Eric Toker guides projects from initial sketches into design, documentation, and through to construction. He has directed consultant teams on a wide variety of building types, including retail projects, community facilities, acoustic and performance spaces, master planning, and industrial buildings. He is the single point of contact for multiple stakeholder groups.
As part of his commitment to ongoing research and education, Toker has previously directed design studios in the Master’s Architecture programme at the University of Calgary. He is also active in several associations in Alberta, including BOMA and NAIOP, serving on several committees. He has recently presented on “Green Leasehold Improvements” at the Calgary Leasing and Real Estate Conference
Toker maintains a strong interest in planning, and was honoured to serve on the City of Calgary Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB 2004). He is past chair of community planning committees, and past recipient of a service award from the Federation of Calgary Communities”.
Toker holds a Masters of Architecture, Honours, McGill University.