In the interest of transparency and public awareness, the AIBC publishes findings and admissions of unprofessional conduct on its web site for a period of six months after the effective date of the finding or admission. A finding or admission of unprofessional conduct may be made at a formal disciplinary inquiry, while an admission arises from the AIBC’s consensual resolution process.
Where sanctions, such as fines or suspensions, may extend or remain unsatisfied beyond the six-month web publication period, publication will continue until the sanction is satisfied or for one year, whichever period is shorter.
Current Findings and Admissions of Unprofessional Conduct
|Effective Date of Findings or Admissions||Registrant Name|
|2019-03-19||Eric Barker Architect AIBC
Notice of Suspension: Mr. Barker is suspended from practice (removal from the register of his name and his firm’s name) for a period of 30 days, from March 25, 2019 until April 23, 2019. During the time of suspension, Mr. Barker may not do any act that is associated with the practice of architecture.
|2019-03-19||James Burton Architect AIBC|
|2019-03-19||Robert Haggis Architect AIBC|
|2018-12-14||John Hafner Architect AIBC|
|2018-12-14||Ana Sandrin Architect AIBC|
To access older disciplinary matters, or for information about the professional conduct history of any architect or other registrant, please contact Jamie Gibbs, Professional Conduct and Illegal Practice Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.