The primary role of the AIBC is to protect the public interest, including public health, safety and welfare, in the practice of architecture.
- AIBC’s Regulatory Role The AIBC works as a professional regulator of architecture practice on behalf of the public.Read more
- Does Your Project Need An Architect? Certain buildings in British Columbia require an architect by law.Read more
- Complaints As a regulator of the profession of architecture in British Columbia, the AIBC is responsible for receiving and investigating two types of complaints: professional conduct and illegal practice.Read more
- Professional Conduct Our Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (the “Code” or “Code of Ethics”) applies to all registrants. The AIBC receives and investigates complaints regarding unprofessional conduct.Read more
- Illegal Practice The public protection mandate of the AIBC includes investigating and taking appropriate steps when non-architects illegally offer or provide architectural services or represent themselves as architects or other registrants. Learn more and how to report a possible infraction.Read more