The celebrated Toronto firm B+H Architects has a new CEO. 

Patrick Fejér has been named CEO of the prestigious company, who is known for projects like the Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building and other design-forward buildings throughout the world.

No stranger to the firm, Fejér first joined 15 years ago as a principal designer. In a LinkedIn post announcing the news, he calls the appointment “career-defining.”

“I’m incredibly excited to take on this new role at such a pivotal time in the firm’s ongoing evolution,” he wrote. “While B+H has long been known as a champion of design excellence, I will be tasked with charting a new trajectory for the firm’s future. Over the coming years, we intend to create an increasingly integrated platform that, we wholeheartedly believe, will unlock a new era of design thinking at B+H, while also enhancing our client services and nurturing a new generation of talent within our firm’s walls.”

His new role will see him assume more responsibilities while continuing to lend his design skills to the firm’s exciting projects. 

“While I’ll be taking on new leadership responsibilities as CEO, I’ll continue to do what I’ve always loved: lead design projects and work closely with our roster of global clients.  

Patrick Fejér replaces outgoing CEO Bill Nankivell. 

“With Bill at the helm, our firm enjoyed a period of unprecedented success,” writes Fejér. “For the past 15 years, I’ve not only had the privilege of working alongside Bill every day, I’ve had the opportunity to play a role in B+H's growth under his leadership. I look forward to working closely with Bill over the coming weeks as I transition into this new role, as we begin laying the foundations for this next stage in B+H’s evolution.”

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