My name is Alexander Willetts and I have been a Bramptonian my entire life.

While attending Bramalea Secondary School, I took a great interest in design and construction classes, including multiple in steel detailing.

After graduating high school in 2011, I attended the Construction Techniques program at Niagara,during which I took part in a Habitat for Humanity home build, one of many residential construction projects I have been a part of.

While attending Niagara College, I began taking courses towards my Construction Project Management Certificate from George Brown College and I received my certificate in May of 2015.

Following my graduation from Niagara College, I began working in the residential construction industry for a custom home builder, Pebble Creek Homes, and worked on numerous projects and completed tasks from landscaping, to framing, to plumbing, and more.

After feeling unfulfilled with labour, I began attending Sheridan College in their Architectural Technology program with the addition of Co-Operative learning terms. Throughout this program, I have placed an emphasis on residential designs and projects and completed an additional residential renovation project for my Co-Curricular Record.

Throughout my life I have had a love of physical activity, wood working, and Lego. I have played rugby, baseball, soccer, and volleyball both in and out of school settings and enjoy long walks. At a young age, I was introduced to wood working and I take almost every chance I can to spend a day in my workshop to complete the home that I am currently renovating. Lego has played a large influence in my life and has taught me many of the fundamental building principals required in the construction field.