The Discipline Notice publishes findings and admissions of unprofessional conduct by AIBC registrants.
As the regulator of the architectural profession in British Columbia, the AIBC establishes, monitors and enforces standards of ethical and professional conduct for all AIBC registrants: architects, architectural firms, associates, and temporary licensees. More information is available on the AIBC’s professional conduct webpage and in the Architects Act, the AIBC Bylaws, and the AIBC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
All discipline findings and admissions are published in accordance with the AIBC’s publication guidelines and AIBC Bylaw 36.20.
AIBC Disciplinary Decisions
Bradley Lamoureux Architect AIBC made admissions by way of a consensual resolution agreement that he breached AIBC Bylaw 34.8 and council ruling (a) by failing to provide a previously engaged architect with written notice when he was approached by the same client to provide architectural services for the same project.
The facts and terms of this consensual resolution agreement were acknowledged and agreed to by Bradley Lamoureux Architect AIBC and the AIBC, and approved by the Consensual Resolution Review Panel on August 14, 2020.
Alan Lowe Architect AIBC made admissions by way of a consensual resolution agreement that he breached the Architects Act and certain AIBC Bylaws by:
- failing to apply his seal to drawings used for a development permit application that were prepared by him or under his supervision (Architects Act 77(1) and AIBC Bylaw 34.2); and
- permitting a member of his staff who was not an architect, make a presentation to a design panel without the attending personal supervision of an architect (AIBC Bylaw 34.1 and council ruling (c)).
The facts and terms of this consensual resolution agreement were acknowledged and agreed to by Alan Lowe Architect AIBC and the AIBC, and approved by the Consensual Resolution Review Panel on August 14, 2020.
Further information about AIBC professional conduct and disciplinary processes, including current disciplinary decisions and remedial recommendations, and how to file a complaint, can be found on the AIBC Professional Conduct webpage.
The AIBC also publishes recent summaries of illegal practice resolutions involving individuals and companies not registered with the AIBC, which can be found on the AIBC Illegal Practice webpage.