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|
|2018-02-27||Brian Chamberlain Architect AIBC|
|2018-02-27||Stavro Melathopoulos Architect AIBC
Notice of Suspension: The Architectural Institute of British Columbia conducted an investigation into a complaint relating to non-compliance by Stavro Melathopoulos with the AIBC’s mandatory Continuing Education System (CES) requirements.
Following the investigation, the AIBC and Mr. Melathopoulos agreed to enter into a consensual resolution agreement. Mr. Melathopoulos admitted that he breached AIBC Bylaw 30.2 related to CES compliance and agreed to a suspension (removal from the register of his name and his firm’s name) for a period of one month. The suspension and removal from the AIBC register is effective March 13, 2018 until April 13, 2018, after which he may apply for reinstatement.
|2018-02-27||Lubomir Podhora Architect AIBC|
|2017-12-08||Dennis Michael Hill Architect AIBC|
|2017-12-08||Gregory Beck Architect AIBC|
|2017-12-08||Hector Hocsman Architect AIBC|
|2017-12-08||Trio Architectural Design Inc. and Mr. Brian Hanna Architect AIBC|
To access older disciplinary matters, or for information about the profession conduct history of any architect or other registrant, please contact Gayle Roberts, Professional Conduct Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.