KATE BOWMAN OAA
PARTNER | ARCHITECT
Kate Bowman OAA is an expert project manager who is committed to visionary designs for vibrant communities.
Following a six year commitment to help the McEwen School of Architecture come to life in Downtown Sudbury, and three years as an Intern Architect with Yallowega Bélanger Salach Architecture, Kate joined Centreline Architecture. She is now a partner and helps to provide clients with full-architectural services.
Over her career, Kate has worked on projects for 46 North Brewing, SNOLAB Underground, Home for Good (a 38-unit social housing complex), schematic design for a passive, social housing development for Espanola Community Housing, and the Junction Integrated Site Plan.
Most recently, Kate was recognized by the community for her efforts with a 40-Under-40 award as well as a Paul Harris Fellowship, presented by Rotary Sudbury. Kate is a Board member on both the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Sudbury Library.