April 1, 2021

Terry Barker Rejoins CannonDesign as Principal and P3 Market Leader

We are thrilled to share Terry Barker has rejoined CannonDesign as Principal and Public-Private Partnership (P3) Market Leader.

Based in our Toronto office, Terry will lead P3 strategy and the design and delivery of major projects across Canada.  

With nearly 30 years experience working on large complex projects on nearly every continent, Terry has unparalleled expertise in alternative and P3 project delivery. He has completed significant healthcare, commercial and infrastructure projects of all scale and specialty. Terry excels at the hands-on leadership of large projects, ensuring teams, plans, budgets, schedules, communications and resources all align to fuel success.

“This is an exciting moment for CannonDesign and our Toronto team,” explained Christine Chadwick, Principal and Canada Health Practice Leader. “Terry is truly one of the premier project leads in the world. He has a proven record of guiding incredibly large, unique projects from day one through completion. Terry will be an invaluable resource to our clients and internal teams as we take on the bold, exciting projects that will reshape Canada’s future.”

Both an engineer and architect by trade, Terry possesses a deep understanding of design management and associated best practices including the use of integrated project delivery, evidence-based design, Lean Six Sigma, BIM modeling and more.

During his career, he’s been pivotal to the success of major Canadian projects for Infrastructure Ontario, Northern Health Authority, Alberta Infrastructure, Library and Archives Canada, Providence Health Care and more. He’s most recently contributed to a new $2 Billion Edmonton Hospital Project and new St. Paul’s Hospital and Integrated Health Campus in Vancouver. Prior to his work in Canada he led one of the largest multidisciplinary healthcare practices in the United Kingdom.

“CannonDesign’s recent work and trajectory is really inspiring, I’m excited to now be part of it,” said Terry about his decision to rejoin the company. “I share their focus on breakthrough projects, design innovation and making a positive impact on society. I could not be more excited to be part of the team and am ready to help shape a brighter future for all.”

Terry previously worked with CannonDesign and contributed to our work with Royal Jubilee Hospital, Fort. St. John and Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal. He rejoins a team currently working on major projects including West Park Healthcare Centre and a redevelopment project for Michael Garron Hospital. Our team also continues to work with other healthcare clients including Brant Community Healthcare System and Waypoint Centre for Mental Healthcare.

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