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Name Raymond Chung
School School of Engineering & Information Technology
Program Bachelor of Applied Technology (Honours) – Architecture – Project and Facility Management
Academic and Professional Designations
  • BSc 

  • B.Arch 

  • M.Arch 

  • OAA, Licensed Architect 

  • FMP, Facility Management Professional 

  • PMP, Project Management Professional 

  • SFP, Sustainable Facility Professional  

  • Teaching Adult Online Certificate,  

  • College Educator Development Certificate  

  • Certificate of Architectural Technology

Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • DSGN74020 Studio 7 

  • DSGN74030 Studio 8 

  • ARCH73140 Specification 

  • ARCH74090 Contract Administration 

  • ARCH73080 Project Leadership 

  • ARCH73130 Construction Planning and Scheduling

Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Architectural Management 

  • Project Management 

  • Building Code 

  • Estimating

Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • Director, Project Services, Conestoga College 

  • Project Director, Royal LePage Advisors 

  • Project Director, NORR Limited 

  • Director of Business Development/China, Giffels Enterprises Inc. 

  • Chief Architect, The Austin Company 

  • Chief Architect, Inducon Consultants of Canada

Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

Mentor for Middle Level Manager Speed mentoring events, Ryerson University 

External Project Management Thesis Supervisor, Ryerson University 

Pearson education and Sybex Wiley Textbook Reviewer – Estimating in Building 

Construction 2nd edition by Frank Dagostino (ISBN 0130391263); PMP Practice Makes Perfect 2nd edition by John Estralla (ISM 9781118169766) 

OAA Intern mentor for APFM graduate Kyle Reindeer, Intern Architect 

Canadian Architect EXAC license exam question developer
Additional Information I consider myself as an educator and have been inspired by Ms Barbara Davis, in her book on “Tools for Teaching”, that the effective modes of instruction for student’s academic success and intellectual development are built around active learning, collaborative activities and engage students in intellectual discovery.

 Raymond Chung
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