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Jay Levine is a founding partner of NXL Architects, a Toronto-based architecture firm. Jay graduated from University of Waterloo in 1986 and for twenty five years has focused on architecture for the sciences. Jay has built a reputation throughout the industry as an authority on the specialized requirements of pharmaceutical, biotech, and life sciences facilities. Jay has led the design of complex research or production facilities for clients such as Carleton University, University Health Network (UHN), York University, University of Toronto, Alphora Research Inc., Therapure Biopharma, and Biovail Corporation. In his capacity as Principal of NXL Architects and a specialist in complex controlled-environment designs, Jay has spoken at a variety of conferences and seminars for the Life Sciences Organziation, the Toronto Research Symposium, ISPE, Tradeline, the Insight Conference on the use of BIM technology, as well as several presentations on sustainable laboratory design for SLCAN.