Why Work Here?

Established in 1986, Quadrangle is among Canada’s most dynamic architecture and design firms. Read more about us.

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Vibrant Community

  • Annual employee engagement survey
  • Active social committee
  • Commitment to continuing education
  • Incentivised programs for professional accreditation
  • Annual charitable events and community involvement

Downtown Amenities

  • Shuttle access to Union Station
  • TTC access via King Street car and 63 bus line
  • Walking distance to restaurants and shops of King Street and West Queen West
  • Close proximity to city parks, pools and sports fields

Quadrangle is committed to inclusive and accessible employment practices by accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Applicants are encouraged to make their needs known in advance if accommodation is required.

Current Opportunities 

  • Intermediate Architects and Technologists Intermediate Architects and Technologists

  • Architectural Project Leads Architectural Project Leads

  • Business Development Manager Business Development Manager

  • Retail Team – Junior and Intermediate Technologists Retail Team – Junior and Intermediate Technologists

  • Junior Architects and Technologists Junior Architects and Technologists

  • Accountant Accountant

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“If you want to work and shape the community that you live in, this is the place to do it. We can see dozens of our projects from the window of our Studio.”

- Michelle Xuereb,
Director of Innovation

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“I get to work on design every day and exercise my passion for it. I also love learning new software, and with Quadrangle's push towards the Revit platform I have found a way to design efficiently and effectively using Revit.”

- Andrew Geldard,
Associate & Design Director

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“Quadrangle feels as though it's built on relationships. Those relationships give you a sense of confidence, not only that any issue good or bad is being heard, but also that it's important to your team that it's being addressed, too.”

- Shiloh Lazar,
Intermediate Intern Architect