MARK BROOKER<span>, OAQ, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP <sup>BD+C</sup></span>

MARK BROOKER, OAQ, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP BD+C

Senior Principal / Project Director LinkedIn

Mark Brooker brings extensive and relevant experience in complex building types from a career of 35 years. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 1985 with a Bachelor in Architecture. He joined NFOE in 1997 and has worked as a senior architect/project manager on numerous research and teaching Life Sciences, General Sciences facilities in the public sector as well as for biology and chemistry research and pharmaceutical production buildings for the private sector. His work on these complex projects included overseeing the planning, design, and coordination for research and clinical laboratories including animal facilities. His projects have incorporated Biosafety requirements for CL2 and CL3 containment suites to Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Canadian Council of Animal Care (CCAC). These projects have been executed under the traditional Design Bid Build, Construction Management and Public Private Partnership (PPP) contexts. Mark's technical competence, persistence, and commitment toward quality, state of the art technical performance and commitment to sustainable design is highly respected and appreciated both within the firm and by the clients he has worked for. His design leadership along with his ability to empower complex interdisciplinary group problem solving on complex large scale scientific projects has led to the recognized success of these projects.

broom@nfoe.com

14128 Medicago_12
New biotechnological complex for vaccine production - Medicago
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Architecture
  • Conceptual studies
  • Sustainable design
  • Interior design
08123 CUSM_02
Glen campus redevelopment project (PPP model) - MUHC Research Institute
  • Healthcare
  • Research
  • Architecture
13109 Hopital Baie Saint Paul_01
New Hospital in Baie-Saint-Paul
  • Healthcare
  • Architecture
  • Conceptual studies
09087 McGill Maass_01
Renovation to Otto Maass and Pulp & Paper pavilions - McGill University
  • College & University
  • Research
  • Interior design
  • McGill
07001 Douglas Neurophenotyping_04
Douglas Institute's Neurophenotyping Centre
  • Healthcare
  • Research
  • Architecture
14036_Biodome_01
Design competition for the renewal of the Montreal Biodome
  • Conceptual studies
  • Interior design
  • Sustainable design
05007 BI_03
Research facility expansion - Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Research
  • Office
  • Architecture
Merck Kirkland campus_01
Merck - Kirkland Campus
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Research
  • Architecture
  • Interior design
  • Master planning