Earl Mark graduated from McGill University in 1999, and in the following year, he began his career at CORE. He has been an active contributor to the growth of the office and has helped deliver many projects with the high level of excellence from both a design and documentation perspective that has become synonymous with CORE.
Believing in the old adage that if something is to be done, it should be done right, Earl oversees projects in all phases of development. He navigates with consideration of both the client and the city, ensuring that projects align with design intent.
Earl has led many projects that required coordination of not only stakeholder interest but also public participation. He played a significant role in projects that have helped reshape neighbourhoods such as the Byward Market and Centretown in Ottawa, the Allenbury Gardens in Toronto, and projects in larger urban environments such as the Dubai Marina.
Being involved in the growth of the office since its early years, Earl has helped establish many of the processes and standards employed by CORE. He provides leadership within the office by mentoring and assisting project teams with design, and regulatory and technical concerns.