Call for Nominations: Honouring a Lifetime of Architectural Achievement

Nominations are now being accepted for the AIBC Lifetime Achievement Award, a recent addition to the institute’s volunteer recognition program. This award is intended to recognize current or former B.C. architects who have made exceptional, sustained, and significant contributions to the profession of architecture and its public appreciation in the province through an outstanding, career-long body of work. Consideration will be given to those with notable work across an entire career, generally greater than 25 years. It may be bestowed posthumously.

Nominations are also invited at this time for the institute’s annual AIBC Special Certificate of Recognition and Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service categories. The AIBC Special Certificate of Recognition honours those individuals or firms who have made an exceptional, sustained and significant contribution to the practice or profession of architecture through volunteer activities. The Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service recognizes lifetime or exceptional contributions made by an AIBC architect, other individual registrant, or architectural firm, in the spirit of the former architect’s dedication to positive change and legacy of professional and public service.

Use the following links for detailed information on all three awards, including award criteria and nomination guidelines:

For questions or further information, contact Professional Conduct Coordinator Gayle Roberts at Nominations must be received by August 26, 2013.

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