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Our Evolving Leadership Team

by ERA Architects

Congratulations to our new Associates!

ERA Architects is proud to announce the designation of two staff members to the position of Associate. Julie Tyndorf and Jessie Grebenc have both demonstrated commitment to our core values of heritage conservation, city building engagement, and democratic community design. We thank them for their continued efforts and welcome them in their new roles!

Julie Tyndorf
As an experienced development planner in Toronto, Julie offers valuable insight into the municipal approvals process, and specializes in the interpretation and preparation of complex policy and assessment documents. Beyond these technical abilities, Julie embraces a collaborative approach to planning that values diversity, vibrancy, and sustainability of both culture and built form. Julie has played a key role in the development of Heritage Impact Assessments and Conservation Plans for such projects as St. Michael’s Hospital and 1 Spadina Crescent – University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty of Architecture.

Jessie Grebenc
Possessing a special interest in the conservation of masonry structures, Jessie has gained extensive experience in building analysis, the production of contract documents, field review and project administration on a range of complex masonry projects such as St. James Cathedral and Casey House. She has studied masonry conservation at various institutions in Canada and the UK.

At ERA Architects Jessie has worked on a variety of projects that deal with restoration and building conservation at all stages in the architectural process. She has also worked on several residential properties that involve renovation, major additions and new construction.


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The Distillery District Cityscape Development Corporation & Dundee Realty
Bay Adelaide Centre Brookfield Properties
Waterworks MOD Woodcliffe Developments
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Booth Street Redevelopment Master Plan Canada Lands Company