Goldsmith Borgal & Company Ltd. Architects (GBCA) provides a full range of architectural services to clients for a variety of built projects including adaptive reuse, restoration, and rehabilitation. Working as prime consultant or as part of a larger team, GBCA is equipped to handle a variety of assignments. At GBCA, we bring together the skills, sensitivity, specialized knowledge and commitment to undertake technically demanding work that not only conserves our built and cultural heritage but also creates contemporary environments that support our clients’ needs and aspirations.
In addition to our design and built work, GBCA is one of the leading heritage firms providing consultancy services for projects across the country. Services include the preparation of heritage impact assessments, conservation reports, master plans and feasibility studies, as-found documentation, and construction drawings. Expertise in building science and building envelope is invaluable for sustainable developments.
Led by the Principal of the firm, Christopher Borgal, GBCA consists of five associates, all of whom bring to the firm distinctive specialties in the heritage, conservation and design field. Supported by our team of 12 architectural and administration staff, we are committed to responding to the needs of our clients energetically and proactively. Years of successful, award-winning projects and satisfied clients are a testament to our dedicated staff
EY Tower will be a 900,000 sf LEED Platinum Class AAA building located at 100 Adelaide Street West, between Bay and York Streets. Designed by world renowned architects Kohn Pederson Fox and ... go to project
Introducing Nicholas Residences, set on the charming 19th century, tree-lined and cobblestoned St. Nicholas Street. Steps from Bloor, Bay and Yorkville, an area renowned for its acclaimed shops, ... go to project
Wellington House is a 23-storey condominium to be built behind 2 relocated heritage homes at 422-424 Wellington St W in Downtown Toronto. Designed by architectsAlliance for Lamb Dev Corp. go to project
YWCA Elm Centre: Affordable, supportive housing
The YWCA Elm Centre has 300 affordable apartments for single low-income women, women with children, women living with mental health and addiction ... go to project