Inspiration realized

Rob Dyson

Senior Associate, B.Arch., OAA, LEED AP BD+C, OAB

Rob brings his creative problem-solving skills to Quadrangle’s portfolio of commercial broadcast projects including the tenant fit-out of the state-of-the-art, award-winning Corus Quay building on Toronto’s waterfront, IMAX, Shaw Media offices in Toronto and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) news and library facilities.

Other broadcast work includes Cable 14 Hamilton, TV Ontario (TVO), Télévision Français Ontario (TFO), 299 Queen Street West (the former ChumCity Building) and Rogers at Yonge and Dundas Square in downtown Toronto, along with A-Channel Victoria and Citytv Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary.

Rob is an advocate of the integrated design process and feels it is key to the success of any project and particularly broadcast/media projects where additional specialty consultants like acousticians, broadcast engineers and integrators are vital members of the project team. Passionate about the adaptive reuse of existing buildings and giving them new life and purpose, Rob relishes the challenges and opportunities that these projects present. As part of the Quadrangle management team, Rob oversees all phases of a project from design through contract administration providing continuity throughout the project to ensure that the client’s design and technical vision is realized. Rob’s other experience includes commercial office buildings for Allied Properties, and work within the institutional and hospitality sectors, including Waterloo Co-operative Residences in Waterloo, Ontario, the Queen’s University Bookstore in Kingston, Ontario, and Marriott Hotels.

photo of Rob Dyson
Media studio at Corus Entertainment
Media studio at Deluxe