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Alvin Bartel

Position: architect aibc, partner
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
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 began his architectural career at a design led firm in Winnipeg Manitoba, where he worked on a variety of projects in Manitoba and Ontario including resort cottages, hotels and some private residences. He later moved to London, UK and worked with a large 300 person architecture firm primary on a 6 storey commercial and residential mixed use project in central London and on an outlying business park in Luton, UK. In 2008 Justin moved to the Fraser Valley to work as a project architect and later became an associate of Keystone Architecture and Planning. His work in the Valley has varied from BC housing facilities and multifamily market condominiums to commercial offices and schools. Justin joined Station One Architects in 2012 and became a partner in 2016.

Justin’s design process is often experimental and evolutionary, based on a vigorous process of working and reworking the design problem. He believes that architecture should be relevant to the times we live in and be reflective of the social, environmental, economic and cultural challenges we face.

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Justin Dyck

architect aibc, partner

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

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