Gordon Robinson, BSc, BA
Project Manager & Team Lead – Museum Services
Mr. Robinson has over 15 years in the museum and heritage sector. He is an experienced Project Manager and brings with him a wealth of knowledge, having curated and managed the Pump House Steam Museum, MacLachlan Woodworking Museum, and the City of Kingston Civic Collection in Kingston, Ontario. With many years of experience in exhibit development, museum management, physical plant management, educational program development, collections management and project management, Gordon believes there is a solution to any challenge.
As a Project Manager & Team Lead of Museum Services with LHC, Gordon has been involved in a variety of projects including exhibit design, interpretational planning, research and project management. Some of his heritage work include working with the team on Conservation Planning, Heritage Impact Assessments, Cultural Heritage Evaluation Reports, and site assessments. He has a broad range of experience working within both municipal and the not-for profit museums with a large portion of Gordon’s experience being a Curator with the Cultural Services Department of the City of Kingston. As Course director of the OMA‘s Museums in Historic Buildings (Facilities Management) Gordon brings has experience and knowledge to emerging and developing museum professionals. His key projects include the restoration of the Spirit of Sir John A. Locomotive and the redevelopment of the Pump House Steam Museum into one of the premier museums in Kingston. He was also formerly the Museum Manager of the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes.