About SAHURI + Partners Architecture Inc.
Partners and Associates
Principal, Architect AAA, AIBC, SAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP
As Principal and creative authority of the firm, Tim Sahuri is a visionary leader who is known to bring out the best in people. He has over 25 years’ experience in award-winning architectural design, project management, document coordination, and contract administration. He has worked as design and project architect for numerous large-scale facilities including recreation, healthcare, education, protective services, commercial, hospitality, resort, cultural, residential, and institutional building projects since the firm was established 14 years ago.
Tim leads all competition proposals, providing design quality control and working drawing review. He is aggressively committed to deadlines and budget, and ensures that design intent is consistently translated through to contract documents, prioritizing inclusive integration of all involved stakeholders. His design skills influence a thematic harmony that enhances the character of each project and its surroundings. His leadership, strategic planning, and design skills are balanced with a sensitivity and respect for operational building design requirements and sustainability.
Possessing a collaborative communication style, he values future strides in innovation and provides clear leadership and inclusive mentoring to his employees. This guidance is balanced with a sensitivity and respect for operational building design requirements and sustainability.
Tim has a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. As a committed adopter of sustainable design early in his career, he was among the first in the industry to become a LEED® Accredited Professional with the U.S. Green Building Council and Canada Green Building Council. He is also a registered member of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC), the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA), the Saskatchewan Association of Architects (SAA), and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (MRAIC), among other prestigious architectural organizations in Canada and the U.S.