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Jason Martin, RSai Partner


Jason Martin, B.Arch, OAA, MRAIC, LEED® Green Associate



Together with Patrick Simmons, Jason ensures the firm's standard of design excellence and effective delivery is provided to each project through the management of their team of dedicated professionals.


With almost two decades of leadership experience in the field of design and construction administration of various award-winning large corporate, institutional, and healthcare facilities, Jason’s progressive vision continues to build MartinSimmons' trusted reputation and position as a leading architectural firm.


Since joining the firm in 2007, he has been the Senior Project Architect for BlackBerry’s Northfield Campus; a sprawling 47 acres with 500,000 sq. ft. of office buildings designed to meet the complex and fast-paced needs of this premier technology company. Much of Jason’s corporate work for Waterloo Region’s tech sector has required some of the fastest builds in Ontario. He has also managed and led the design of several data centres, developing and planning over 100,000 sq. ft. of white tile data hall space.


In addition, he is highly experienced in innovative post-secondary education facility design through his work with numerous universities on small and large scale projects. Jason has also worked with a range of healthcare providers and community health centres to design progressive facilities. His hard work and client-focused commitment has led to many satisfied and repeat clients.

Jason is committed to sustainable design practices. His work always seeks to achieve a level of sustainable design either by LEED® certification or industry best practices. This is evident by his design and leadership of more than 750,000 sq. ft. of LEED® certified projects.


Jason is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s School of Architecture, class of 1998. Since then, he has been dedicated to keeping current in the field through his professional affiliations as a member of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), and Grand Valley Society of Architects.