Architect AIBC, Partner
M.Arch, B.E.D.S. LEED AP
Alvin graduated with distinction from the Technical University of Nova Scotia’s Architecture program in 1994 with a Master degree, winning the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s Medal for outstanding thesis work on a First Nations Mi’kmaq language broadcasting facility utilizing bentwood technology. He was presented with the TUNS School of Architecture Graduate Scholarship and among other awards was co-winner of the ECOFYS International Architectural Ideas Competition. Aside from other involvements in the local community and his home church, Alvin presently serves as president of the Downtown Chilliwack Business Improvement Association. He is also a LEED accredited professional
Involved in the construction industry for the past 40 years, Alvin began his career in architecture in the early 1990’s working on a variety of residential, commercial and institutional projects in and around the Lower Mainland and has gained extensive experience working as project architect on a number of public schools, residential and health care projects.
M. Arch. 1994, Technical University of Nova Scotia – with distinction
B.E.D.S. 1992, Technical University of Nova Scotia – Sexton Scholar
Diploma in Civil and Structural Engineering Technology 1980, B.C.I.T.
Architectural Institute of British Columbia Member
Vice President, Chilliwack Business Improvement Association
2002-Present Architect, Partner CHP Architects
1995-2002 Architect (Greater Vancouver)