AIBC Regulatory Review is a series of short articles designed to provide members, associates and the public with timely, topical updates on professional practice, conduct and illegal practice subject matter.
AIBC Regulatory Review
Issue 2014 # 1– Publication of AIBC Disciplinary and Illegal Practice Matters
Issue 2015 # 1 – Attribution in the Profession of Architecture in BC
Issue 2015 # 2 – Terms of Engagement 101 Part I: Ensuring a Contract is in Place Prior to Providing Architectural Services (Note: Terms of Engagement 101 Part I is being reviewed; an updated version will be re-published)
Issue 2015 #3 – Professional Standards: Who draws the line?
Issue 2017 #1 – Terms of Engagement 101 Part II: Types of Standard Contracts (Updated)
Issue 2017 #2 – The Use of Combustible Materials in the Building Envelope
Issue 2018 #1 – Professional Liability Insurance & the AIBC – One Year Countdown until February 1, 2019
Issue 2018 #2 – Architect/Client Communications
Issue 2018 #3 – 6 Things to Know Before PLI Becomes Mandatory on February 1, 2019
Issue 2019 #1 – The AIBC Continuing Education System – What is it? And why it matters.
Issue 2019 #2 – Terms of Engagement 101 Part III: Electronic Seals
Issue 2019 #3 – Don’t Let Your Seal Enable Illegal Practice
Issue 2020 #1 – AIBC Communications
AIBC staff provides practice, professional conduct/ethics and illegal practice guidance to architects and other registrants and to members of the public, including clients, building officials and other professionals.
Maura Gatensby Architect AIBC CP
Lead Practice Advisor and Regulatory Liaison
Thomas Lutes, Barrister and Solicitor
General Counsel; Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Illegal Practice Department
Professional Conduct and Illegal Practice Officer