Public Corridors
& Fire Separations

Traditional architectural practices can be unresponsive on small projects, so Public Corridors & Fire Separations was established in 2010 to respond to the needs of Interior Designers and Property Managers working in larger commercial buildings. Public Corridors & Fire Separations is set up to be fastest at this sort of work- turning around typical projects in three days or less. We have a steadily growing stable of repeat clients that allows us to work exclusively in this sector.

Public Corridors & Fire Separations is a registered trade name of Michael Bulatovich, Architect, OAA license 5372. Michael graduated from the University of Toronto and has been in private practice since February of 2000.

Michael received the Raymore Medal from the OAA in 1992 for the highest marks in the province in their entrance exams (NCARB). He has also received an international award for computer aided design, and has been coding proprietary productivity enhancements for Auotcad since 1996.