209 Design's Architectural team provides structural design & BCIN (Building Code Identification Number) stamped drawings for municipal permit applications for:
New homes or cottages
Existing house remodeling & additions
Farm buildings other small buildings
Commercial renovations that fall under the small buildings calculations
Cabanas and other accessory buildings
Decks, pergolas and other roof coverings
Stairs additions and designs
Beautiful and functional architectural designs for your home, cottage, backyard, small commercial buildings, farm or the renovation of your basement or additions.
I am Dana Evans
My career in the Architectural and Landscape design industry began in 2004 at a prestigious pool company, after graduating from York University.
I started 209 Design in 2010 and continue to grow, evolve, and advance in my field through continuing education and project experience.
Since beginning my company, I have created hundreds of beautiful and usable backyard living spaces and structures for Landscaping and Pool companies. I have worked with Betz Pools, Pool Craft, Beacon Environmental, Landscape Architects and E7 Engineering over the last decade. I have also provided architectural drawings for numerous residential projects including new builds, major renovations and additions. I have also produced architectural drawings for farm buildings and commercial renovations.
I am expanding my firm's work to concentrate more on architectural design and will provide this for new builds and renovations to commercial buildings, homes, cabanas, decks and farm buildings.
I currently work with E7 Engineering for my engineering requirements.
I am fully insured and authorized to provide Architectural drawings for Small buildings and Residences under part 9 of the OBC (Ontario Building Code), for the purpose of obtaining permits and construction.
I am Mackenzie Rints
Mackenzie studied Environmental Design at OCAD University, graduating in 2016. She furthered her education and passion for accessible and inclusive design by attending the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification Course in 2019.
Mackenzie started her career working for a developer, helping homeowners create their dream homes by assisting with finish selections. From there, she moved onto a small architectural practice where she honed her residential skills. Joining the 209Design team in 2020.
After living in Toronto for many years, Mackenzie found herself back in her home town of Goodwood, where she now resides with her husband and daughter. She plays an active role in the community and sits on the accessibility committee where she helps guide Uxbridge towards an accessible and inclusive future.
I am Mary Doering