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Winston “Wins” Bridgman

Conservation architect.

He is the principal architect at the Winnipeg-based design firm of Bridgman Collaborative Architecture located in a restored Dominion Bank building on Main Street. He and his staff have received numerous awards for their restoration work from Heritage Winnipeg, including Dalnavert Museum Visitors Centre (2006), Dominion Bank Building (2008), Manitoba Legislative Building (2008), A. A. Heaps Building (2009), Trappist Monastery Ruins (2010), All Peoples Mission Building (2011), Barber House (2012), Union Station (2015), Wesley Hall (2018), Inglis Building (2018), and St. Vital Library (2019).

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dominion Bank Building (678 Main Street, Winnipeg)

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