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Awards

2024 – Rethinking The Future, First Award

Uskehne Hubudelhti Youth Health + Wellness Centre was recognized with a First Award in the Healthcare / Wellness (Concept) category by Rethinking the Future.

2024 – Rethinking The Future, First Award

SĆIȺNEW̱ SṮEȽIṮḴEȽ Elementary School was recognized with a First Award in the Institutional (Concept) category by Rethinking the Future.

2023 – Architizer A+ Awards, Special Mention (two categories)

The Williams Lake First Nation Administration Building was recognized two Special Mentions from the Architizer A+ Awards in the Low Rise Office and Architecture + Workspace categories.

2022 – Architecture Construction Design Awards, First Award

The Williams Lake First Nation Administration Building was recognized with a First Award in the Architecture Construction Design Awards from Rethinking the Future.

2022 – Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards, Honorable Mention

The Robert G. Kuhn Centre at Trinity Western University was recognized with an Honorable Mention (Silver) in the Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design awards.

2022 – Architecture Construction Design Awards, Third Award

The Robert G. Kuhn Centre at Trinity Western University was recognized with a Third Award in the Architecture Construction Design Awards from Rethinking the Future.

2022 – International Architecture Association, Honorable Mention

The Williams Lake First Nation Administration Building was recognized with an Honorable Mention from the International Architecture Awards in 2022.

2021 – Global Architecture And Design Awards, Second Award

The Robert G. Kuhn Centre at Trinity Western University was chosen as a Second Award in the Global Architecture and Design Awards 2021 from Rethinking The Future.

2016 – VREB Commercial Building Merit Award

Belmont Secondary School was recognized as a project of Merit by the Victoria Real Estate Board in their Annual Commercial Building Awards. The awards recognize developers, architects, designers, builders, owners and financiers for enhancing commercial real estate stock, for stimulating urban renewal, and for the risks they undertake to build and renovate commercial space within our community.

2016 – Pinnacle Award, Project of Distinction + People’s Choice

Belmont Secondary School won the People’s Choice Award and a Project of Distinction Award at the Association for Learning Environments Pacific Northwest Region’s Conference under the Pinnacle Award Program in 2016. The program recognizes outstanding education facilities in our region.

2015 – Pinnacle Award, Project of Recognition

Norma Rose Point School was awarded Project of Recognition at the 2015 CEFPI Pacific Northwest Region Exhibit of School Planning. The Pinnacle Award Program selects projects that best represent exemplary practice in educational facilities design and planning.

2015 – Pinnacle Award, Project of Distinction

Mar Jok Elementary School was recognized as a Project of Distinction at the 2015 CEFPI Pacific Northwest Region Exhibit of School Planning. The Pinnacle Award Program selects projects that best represent exemplary practice in educational facilities design and planning.