Sarah Gray | M.Sc., P.Eng., CAHP

Principal, Senior Building Science Specialist

Sarah is a Building Science Specialist whose passion lies in the sensitive repair of historic buildings. Her portfolio includes an array of iconic buildings, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Confederation Life Building, and Commerce Court North, all located in Toronto where she has worked for almost 20 years.

Her primary focus is on the evaluation and exterior rehabilitation of existing buildings and their assemblies, with work in the commercial, residential, and institutional sectors. She has worked on the design and construction review of deep energy retrofit projects for older residential towers.

Sarah also contributes to building enclosure design, durability and performance considerations for new building designs and building enclosure commissioning.

After attending the University of Cincinnati to complete her Bachelor of Science in civil engineering, Sarah achieved her Master of Science in historic preservation at the University of Pennsylvania. She has served on the Board of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the Association of Preservation Technology, and she also serves as co-chair of APT’s Preservation Engineering Technical Committee. Sarah also teaches building science courses at the University of Toronto.