Rob Sieniuc has over 30 years of environmental design experience on a diverse range of architecture and planning projects throughout Western and Northern Canada—serving communities, government, resorts, First Nations and the private sector. He holds a Master of Environmental Design (Architecture), from the University of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta. As a member of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia, Rob specializes in sustainable community planning and architecture.
Rob is also an accomplished speaker and workshop leader, teaching communities about environmentally responsive development and the benefits of self-building, wood construction, energy efficiency and super green building, as well as leading numerous public events including sustainable community planning, housing, and energy conferences.
A number of Rob’s projects have been featured in newspapers, print and on television, featuring projects such as the Seabird Island Sustainable Community Demonstration, an ecologically based housing project, and the Government House project in Mayo, Yukon.