Justin Dyck

Justin Dyck

Architect AIBC, Partner
M.Arch, B.E.D. LEED AP

Justin began his architectural career at a design led firm in Winnipeg Manitoba, where he worked on a variety of projects in Manitoba and Ontario including resort cottages, hotels and some private residences. He later moved to London, UK and worked with a large 300 person architecture firm primary on a 6 storey commercial and residential mixed use project in central London and on an outlying business park in Luton, UK. In 2008 Justin moved to the Fraser Valley to work as a project architect and later became an associate of Keystone Architecture and Planning. His work in the Valley has varied from BC housing facilities and multifamily market condominiums to commercial offices and schools. Justin joined CHP Architects in 2012 and became a partner in 2016.

Justin’s design process is often experimental and evolutionary, based on a vigorous process of working and reworking the design problem. He believes that architecture should be relevant to the times we live in and be reflective of the social, environmental, economic and cultural challenges we face. Justin highly values the sustainability movement and is a LEED accredited professional.


Education:

Masters of Architecture, University of Manitoba, AIA Gold Medal
Bachelor of Environmental Design, University of Manitoba, Deans Honors


Professional Affiliations:

Architectural Institute of British Columbia Member
Rotary Club of Chilliwack Member


Employment Summary:

2012-Present Architect, Partner CHP Architects
2002-2012 Architect (Winnipeg MB, Abbotsford BC, London UK)