Jordan Edmonds has extensive experience working as a designer, facilitator and contract administrator on complex community projects, many of them renovations to facilities that remain operating. In addition, he has coordinated the building system design and performance engineering on numerous new and retrofit green building projects. Jordan has considerable expertise in client facilitation and stakeholder engagement through the development of award winning projects.
Jordan has worked closely with many community groups on both new buildings and renovations. He is currently working with the Village of Radium Hot Springs as project technical director on their new Wood First Community Hall project, and with the City of Vancouver and Grandview Woodlands community as a Community Service Planning and Design Facilitator on the Britannia Community Services Centre Master Plan project.
Jordan has in-depth technical knowledge of design and construction for small to mid sized community facilities. He has recently completed work on the Summerland Branch Library for the Okanagan Regional Library and on the Engineering Student Centre for the University of British Columbia.
Jordan graduated from the Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Architectural Science in 2007, was the recipient of the Page and Steele Architects Award, and is a LEED Accredited Professional for Building Design + Construction.