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Alvin Bartel

Position: architect AIBC, partner
Categories: Architects, Partners
Accreditation: M. Arch., B.E.D.S.

Education

M. Arch., Technical University of Nova Scotia – with distinction
B.E.D.S., Technical University of Nova Scotia – Sexton Scholar
Diploma in Civil and Structural Engineering Technology, B.C.I.T.

Professional Affiliations

Architectural Institute of British Columbia Member
Member of Downtown Chilliwack Business Improvement Association

Employment Summary

2002 – Present, Station One Architects
1995 – 2002, Architect, Greater Vancouver

Alvin Bartel graduated with distinction from the Technical University of Nova Scotia’s Architecture program in 1994 with a Master’s degree, winning the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Gold Medal for outstanding thesis work on a First Nations Mi’kmaq language broadcasting facility that utilized bentwood technology. He was presented with the TUNS School of Architecture Graduate Scholarship, and among other awards was co-winner of the ECOFYS International Architectural Ideas Competition.

Involved in the construction industry for more than 30 years, Alvin began his career in architecture working on a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional projects in and around Metro Vancouver.

He has gained extensive experience as Project Architect on several public schools, community, residential and healthcare projects, as part of integrated multi-disciplinary teams. Alvin’s projects generally incorporate concepts such as affordability, adaptability, durability, sustainability, and energy efficiency.

Alvin Bartel

architect AIBC, partner

Education M. Arch., Technical University of Nova Scotia – with...

Justin Dyck

Position: architect AIBC, partner
Categories: Architects, Partners
Accreditation: M.Arch, B.E.D.

Education

M.Arch University of Manitoba – AIA Gold Medal
B.E.D. University of Manitoba – Deans Honor

Professional Affiliations

Architectural Institute of British Columbia Member
Rotary Club of Chilliwack Member

Employment Summary

2012 – Present, Station One Architects
2002 – 2012, Architect, Winnipeg MB, Abbotsford BC, London UK

Justin Dyck obtained his master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Manitoba and gained experience working on a range of projects in Manitoba, Ontario and the UK before heading west. He joined Station One Architects in 2016 and guides SOA’s creativity and innovation in his role as partner.

For the past 12 years, Justin has worked with school districts and communities across BC to deliver design solutions that meet the unique needs of user groups. He loves working with small communities and values bringing students into the design process as the ultimate users of school projects. Justin is passionate about sustainability. His designs frequently connect the built environment to nature while striving for minimal environmental impact.

Justin has three kids and loves spending his free time outdoors, hiking, biking and on his ATV in the beautiful Fraser Valley.

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Justin Dyck

architect AIBC, partner

Education M.Arch University of Manitoba – AIA Gold Medal B.E.D. University...

Heather Honeycutt

Position: architect AIBC
Categories: Architects, Interior Design, Project Managers
Accreditation: M.Arch, BID

Education

M. Arch, University of Calgary
Bachelor of Interior Design, Ryerson University

Professional Affiliations

Architectural Institute of British Columbia Associate

Employment Summary

2014 – Present, Station One Architects
2013 – 2013, Internship – China

Heather began her career with a Bachelor Degree of Interior Design at Ryerson University. This taught her how to create high quality technical and presentation drawings, material boards, and spatial layouts. Her curiosity for formal experimentation and material effects led her to pursue a Master’s Degree of Architecture, which she has completed at the University of Calgary. This combination of education has allowed her to understand and manipulate how interior and exterior conditions can influence and augment each other. Heather has recently completed her exams and is now a fully licensed architect!

Heather Honeycutt

architect AIBC

Education M. Arch, University of Calgary Bachelor of Interior Design,...

Eloïse Diquet

Position: architecte DE-HMONP
Categories: Architects, Project Managers
Accreditation: M.Arch - HMONP (France)

Education

HMONP – 2017 Ecole d’architecture Paris Val-de-Seine
M.Arch – 2016 Ecole d’architecture Paris Val-de-Seine

Employment Summary

2021 – Present, Station One Architects
2019, Architect, Brisbane, Australia
2016 – 2019, Architect, Paris, France

Graduating as an Architect in France in 2016, Eloise has collaborated for years with a Parisian firm as project manager, mainly working on childcare buildings, commercial and residential projects. Passionate about art, two years were spent exploring the world of set design through theatre in Brisbane, Australia, and the film industry in Vancouver, Canada, before joining Station One in 2021. Striving to find balance between technicality and art, she strongly believes in the influence of architecture on mental and physical health.

When not using her talents at our firm, Eloise likes to engage with local people and listen to their advice during road trips and while exploring. Whether it’s backpacking, hiking, yoga, tai chi, or cooking, she enjoys following her own body rhythm and savors life, including all the interesting places she visits, capturing them in inspiring illustrations. Did we mention she also loves cheesy Bollywood movies too?

Eloïse Diquet

architecte DE-HMONP

Education HMONP – 2017 Ecole d’architecture Paris Val-de-Seine M.Arch –...

Jordan Stearne

Position: architect AIBC, AAA
Categories: Architects, Project Managers
Accreditation: AIBC, AAA, MRAIC

Education

M.Arch, University of Calgary
B.A. Urban Studies, University of Calgary

Professional Affiliation

Architectural Institute of British Columbia member

Employment Summary

2021 – Present, Station One Architects
2015 – 2020, Architect

Jordan recently moved to the Fraser Valley and is excited to join the Station One Architects’ team. He began his architectural career in Lethbridge, Alberta where he had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects including educational, administration, commercial, industrial, and institutional projects from conception to completion.

Jordan has intent as a Registered Architect to establish environments, both public and private, that inspire and improve the quality of life of their occupants by stimulating a strong “sense of place.” Passionate about sustainable impacts the built environment has on each community, he strives to enhance his understanding of how design can enrich a person’s daily life experience. Jordan’s passion and focus on social sustainability was rewarded with a Calgary Mayor’s Urban Design Award in recognition of excellence in urban design and achievement in enhancing the quality of life in Calgary.

When he is not making our built environments a better place to live, Jordan enjoys playing hockey, going fishing, and other outdoor activities such as gardening. He also loves to travel, cook, and try new foods!

Jordan Stearne

architect AIBC, AAA

Education M.Arch, University of Calgary B.A. Urban Studies, University of...

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