August 2, 2014
by Canadian Architect
The AIBC believes in recognizing its volunteers and other individuals who have made positive impacts in the profession of architecture and its public appreciation.
Do you know worthy candidates who should be recognized for their contributions to the profession, the community or the Institute?
Nominations for the following AIBC Recognition Awards are now open and will be accepted until August 18, 2014:
AIBC Lifetime Achievement Award
This prestigious award, established in 2013, is intended to recognize current or former BC 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 and may be bestowed posthumously. You can download a nomination form and names of past recipients.
AIBC Special Certificate of Recognition
This award is intended to honour AIBC architects, other individual registrants or architectural firms who have made positive contributions to the practice or profession of architecture through volunteer activities. You can download a nomination form and names of past recipients.
The Barbara Dalrymple Memorial Award for Community Service
Established in honour of the late Barbara Dalrymple, a prominent Vancouver architect with a strong commitment to her profession and the community, this award recognizes contributions made by AIBC architects, individual registrants or architectural firms, in the spirit of Barbara’s dedication to positive change and her legacy of professional and public service. You can download a nomination form and names of past recipients.
Nominations for all AIBC Recognition Awards are reviewed by the AIBC Recognition Committee. Nominations that meet the awards’ criteria are recommended to and selected by AIBC Council.
This year’s awards ceremony is scheduled to take place on November 20, 2014 at the VanDusen Botanical Garden.
For more information about the AIBC Recognition Awards program, please contact Gayle Roberts at 604.683.8588, x310; or by eemail at email@example.com
Please note that submissions for AIBC (2015) Honorary Membership will be accepted from January 5 to February 27, 2015. This designation recognizes non-architects who have made especially noteworthy contributions to the profession of architecture in British Columbia. Download a form and names of past recipients. Submissions for Honorary Membership are reviewed by the AIBC Recognition Committee. Candidates that meet the established criteria will be recommended to AIBC Council for its consideration and nomination at the 2015 AIBC Annual Meeting, at which a member vote will determine whether or not honorary membership shall be granted.
For more information, please visit www.aibc.ca/membersite/celebrating-architecture/aibc-recognition/