Mark Harris has over 10 years experience in architectural design, with more than 6 years working in the barrier free and universal design focus, working on a number of projects of varying size, scope, occupancy and complexity. He also has over 15 years experience of creating various print and web based documents, including work on a number of design standards and guidelines.
Mark has undertaken a number of facility accessibility audits and drawing reviews including the development of audit/review protocols and checklists, and has aided in the development of a number of municipal and corporate standards, checklists, guides and manuals for universal and barrier free design and development.
Mark has many years of experience using industry standard drawing, illustration, publishing, 3D modeling and building information modeling (BIM) software packages including AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, VIZ, 3D Studio Max, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign along with the full suite of Microsoft Office products. Mark maintains his proficiency by teaching the most up to date versions of AutoCAD and Revit Architecture at Sheridan College, Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Brampton, Ontario.