KATE BOWMAN OAA
PARTNER | ARCHITECT
Kate (M.Arch., MRAIC) is an expert Project Manager who is committed to visionary designs for our community. 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, she has joined the team at Centreline Architecture.
As a professional, Kate brings to the table experience and perspective from both government and industry, and excels in helping clients to navigate the territory in between. She has worked on projects as intimate as home renovations and as grand as the redesign of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.
As a citizen, Kate tries to put her money where her mouth is. Be it a new community garden for people in Gatchell, working with the Greater Sudbury’s Community Action Networks to help wards thrive, or helping artists to realize their visions through the city’s Cultural Plan Steering Committee, Kate is happy to help.
Kate has been recognized by the Ontario Association of Architects for her design talent, and by the University of Waterloo with the Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal for leadership, service, and professional promise.