Raymond Chung

Name Raymond Chung
SchoolSchool of Engineering and Technology
  • Bachelor of Applied Technology (Honours) – Architecture - Project and Facility Management
Academic and Professional Designations
  • B.Sc. First Class, Lakehead University
  • B.Arch., University of Toronto
  • M.Arch., University of Toronto
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Facility Management Professional (FMP)
  • Sustainable Facility Professional (SFP)
TitleProfessor, (former Project Director, former APFM Program co-ordinator)
Courses Taught
  • DSGN - Studio I
  • ARCH71150 - Code I
  • ARCH72090 - Project Management (BID Program) (2017)
  • ARCH73010 - Code II
  • ARCH73080 - Project Leadership
  • ARCH73130 - Construction Planning & Scheduling
  • ARCH73140 - Construction Specification Writing
  • CONS8030 - Costing (CPM Program) (2017)
  • CONS8080 - Major Projects in Construction (CPM Program)(2018)
  • DSGN72120 - Studio IV
  • DSGN74020 - Studio VII
  • DSGN74030 - Studio VIII
  • DSGN74090 - Contract Administration
Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • OAA Subject Matter Expert – Project Management
  • RAIC Subject Matter Expert – Risk Management
  • Agile Project Management Certificate – PMI (2018)
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • Raymond Chung is a registered Architect in Ontario, Professional Project Manager and Professional Facility Manager. He specializes in construction project management and with over 35 years' experience.
  • Raymond held the position of Chief Architect for Inducon Consultants Inc. and Austin Design Build Company (USA), and Project Director for Conestoga College.
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

Conference presentations:

  • Architectural Practice in a Contemporary Context (Speaker - 2020 OAA Running an Architectural Practice)
  • The Power and Influence of Industry Stakeholder (2017-2019 OAA Starting an Architectural Practice presenter)
  • The Risk Management Process (2018 RAIC Risk Management presenter)
  • U of Toronto School of Architecture guest lecturer on Professional Practice (2020)
  • Canadian Handbook of Practice, 3rd edition, Communications Chapter author (2019)
Additional InformationI consider myself as an educator. I enjoy interacting with students in ways that enable them to acquire new information, practice new skills, and reconfigure and expand on what they already know. I am a presenter and subject matter expert with OAA and RAIC.