A founding partner of NXL Architects, Jay Levine has built a reputation over the last thirty years as an authority on the specialized requirements of pharmaceutical, biotech, and life sciences facilities. A graduate of University of Waterloo, Jay leads NXL’s efforts in programming, planning and design, combining design principles from both academia and industry to create complex facilities that work well. In his capacity as Principal of NXL and a specialist in complex controlled-environment designs, Jay has spoken at a variety of conferences and seminars for the Toronto Biotechnology Initiative, the Toronto Research Symposium, International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers, the Insight Conference on the use of BIM technology, SLCAN, and most recently at the Tradeline’s Research Facilities conference.