Principal architect Robert Haggis, has been working as an architect and sustainable design consultant for over 13 years in Eastern Canada, New England, and in Sydney, Australia. Robert holds a professional degree in Architecture (BArch) from Philadelphia University and a Master of Design Science in Sustainable Architecture (MDesc) from Sydney University in Australia. Robert also served as adjunct professor at Sydney University, promoting and teaching sustainable design techniques for residential and commercial construction projects.
A traditionalist at heart and a modernist in mind, Robert was raised in New England, surrounded by Victorian, Craftsman, and Shingle Style architecture. His design career began in Cape Cod and Nantucket, where he worked on Cape/Shingle Style residential and commercial projects within strict historical preservation requirements. Robert has since led design projects in Australia, Russia, Sri Lanka, and in other US States.
Now established in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Robert is best known for his architectural design skills and solid working relationships across the industry. He works very closely with his clients, establishing a quick and comfortable rapport that allows for communication and information to flow freely. He has designed and managed a variety of large scale residential, commercial, institutional and industrial projects in Prince Edward Island across the Atlantic Provinces.
Robert is currently licensed to practice architecture in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Massachusetts and is NCARB certified (allows for reciprocal registration across the US and Canada). He is a current member of the United States Green Building Council.
Robert loves to spend time outdoors with his three young children and his wife, Margaret Anne. They regularly travel to the US to visit Robert’s large, close-knit family. Robert also makes the most of summer life in Prince Edward Island by golfing, camping, beaching, and enjoying PEI’s world-famous lobster, mussels, and oysters.
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