Architecture School Alumni Stories – Tino Sisca

Architectural Technology Program - T109
Graduated 2008

Tino Sisca chose the Architectural Technology program at George Brown College because he wanted to be at the "top of the food chain" in the construction industry.

"I knew I wanted to dedicate my career to the construction field and be part of a school that invested just as much interest to construction as I did to deciding what career path I wanted to take."

After second year, Tino completed a field placement with Whitney-Bailey Associates Inc., a group of architects that work on large industrial and commercial projects. "During my time in the placement I came to realize that I wanted a career with no boundaries, unlimited opportunities, and with a company that takes the time and effort to train you thoroughly".

Tino was thankful he attended an on-campus presentation for students by employer Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies during his last semester because it secured him a Project Manager position with them upon graduating. "The most rewarding part of my job is the feeling of completion & satisfaction when I walk through a building that is secure from functional hardware which we specified and provided."

During this past year, Tino had the possibility to travel to many parts of the United States of America for training seminars, reviews, and assessments. "Education and study seems to always be an ongoing factor of life."