Caroline Prochazka | Architect
B.E.S., M. Arch, OAA, LEED AP, PMP
Caroline first joined Grinham Architects in 2002, as a student at the University Of Waterloo School Of Architecture, with previous experience at architectural firms in Kitchener, Ontario; Edmonton, Alberta; and Victoria, British Columbia. Upon completion of a Master of Architecture degree (2004) alongside certification as a LEED Accredited Professional (2004), Caroline joined Grinham Architects as a Designer and Specifier working primarily on multi-residential and institutional projects, from 2004 to 2012. In 2013, Caroline broadened her institutional design experience through a design position in Orillia, Ontario, leading the design for a church renovation, and contributing technical design for a heritage museum renovation. Caroline rejoined Grinham Architects as an Associate in 2016, as a licensed member of the Ontario Association of Architects (2015), and a Project Management Professional (2015) accredited through the Project Management Institute. In her role as Project Architect, Caroline manages the execution of all functions and responsibilities related to project delivery including client liaison, programming, design, working drawing production and coordination, specifications production, cost management, contract administration and construction support.