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Alfred Waugh Architect
|Legal Name: Alfred Waugh Architect|
|Operating Name: Alfred Waugh Architect|
1104-100 Park Royal
WEST VANCOUVER, British Columbia
1104-100 Park Royal
WEST VANCOUVER, British Columbia
|Telephone: (604) 913-3116|
|Fax: (604) 925-1749|
|Website URL: http://www.alfredwaugh.com|
|Area of Responsibility: Management Executive|
|Telephone: (604) 913-3116|
|Fax: (604) 925-1749|
Alfred Waugh Architect is a highly creative and technically proficient design firm with a passion for culturally sensitive, innovative and sustainable architectural solutions.
Since 2001, Alfred Waugh Architect (AWA) has been collaborating with and advising cultural institutions, universities, governments, and communities to help them successfully achieve their building aspirations.
The scope of our services include site analysis and feasibility studies, public process and stakeholder workshops, architectural design, interior design, master planning and urban design, green building and LEED certification, tendering and construction administration, research, and graphics.
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541310 - Architectural Services|
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
|Total Sales ($CDN):||$500,000 to $999,999|
|Number of Employees:||5|
|Aboriginal Firm:||Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)|
Product / Service / Licensing
We are an aboriginally owned architectural practice that
specializes in culturally and environmentally sensitive
projects. Our Clients are predominanently Native and most of our
projects use materials from the timber industry. We offer the
- Feasibility studies
- Marketing Collateral
- Pre-design consultation
- Schematic design to construction administration
- Environmental design expertise
- Community liaison
C100-Architect and Engineering Services - Related To Construction
C110-Building and Facility Structures
C111-Administrative and Service Buildings
C118-Research and Development Facilities
C121-Conservation and Development
C129-Other Non-Building Structures
C200-Architect and Engineering Services - Not Related to Construction
C211-Architect - Engineer Services (incl. landscaping, interior layout and designing)
C215-A&E Production Engineering Services (incl. Design and Control and Building Programming)
C219-Other Architect and Engineering Services
- United States
Key / Major clients:British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Aboriginal Gathering Place, Burnaby, B.C. (August 2011)
O'Syiam Multi-Purpose Pavilion, The District of Squamish, Squamish BC (July 2011)
Ktunaxa Government House Pre-Design, Cranbrook, BC (September 2010)
Lillooet Nature Centre Pre-Design, Lilllooet, BC (May 2010)
The Gathering Place, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, BC (September (2010)
University of Victoria, First Peoples House (Completed September 2009) LEED Gold
Squaxin Island Tribe, Shelton, Washingon (Pre-Design Study)
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, Merritt, B.C. (Completed 2001)
Squamish Lil'Wat Cultural Centre, Whistler, B.C. (Completed 2008) LEED certified
Okanagan Centre, The University of British Columbia, Okanagan (Pre-Design Study)
First Nations House of Learning, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, B.C. (Pre-Design Study)
Multi-Purpose Education and Gathering Centre, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, Merritt, B.C.
The Gathering Place, Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo, B.C.( Construction 2009-2010)
Ts'ewulhtun Health Centre for the Cowichan Tribes, Duncan, B.C. (In process)
Chemainus Nation Pre-School, Ladysmith, B.C. (Construction completed December 2009)
Moutcha Fishing Lodge Pre-Design, Nootka Sound, B.C. (Pre-Design Study)
Success stories:Alfred Waugh Architect is a highly creative and technically proficient design firm with a passion for culturally sensitive, innovative and sustainable architectural solutions. The office operates as a collaborative design studio where staff share the same space allowing open communication and ease of exchanging ideas to resolve design challenges. Various mediums such as computer 3D models, physical models and sketches are used to develop design concepts. We work in an integrated design process with the many members of a project team including the Client, various engineers, cost consultants, environmental consultants, Contractors, manufacturers and artists.
Since 2005, Alfred Waugh Architect (AWA) has been collaborating with and advising cultural institutions, universities, governments, and communities to help them successfully achieve their building aspirations.
It is our commitment to listen carefully and work with each individual client to achieve a design solution appropriate to their needs. Community involvement is an important aspect of every project. The wisdom of everyone, including Elders, and youth assists in developing a vision that best reflects the community’s cultural identity. We strive to create buildings with one foot in our historical past with the other confidently stepping into the 21st Century.
Once this vision is defined, it is combined with sustainable design objectives to create a building responsive to both community and environmental concerns. It is the Firm’s believe if First Nations People claim to have a close relationship the land we must walk the talk and ensure our buildings and infrastructure are designed to highest sustainable standards to set a precedent for all Canadians.
Western Red Cedar Association Architectural Design Award, First Peoples House, University of Victoria, 2010
Canadian Wood Council Award, Use of Red Cedar, First Peoples House, University of Victoria, 2010
Canadian Wood Council Award, Use of Red Cedar, Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Cetnre, 2009
Governor General’s Medal in Architecture, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, 2003
Lieutenant Governor of BC Award for Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, 2002
North American Wood Council Award for Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, 2002
Testimonial:Dear Mr. and Ms. Waugh:
It was a great pleasure to meet you this morning.
Your work is a remarkable advance on more traditional interpretations of First Nations architecture as you bring a wide sensibility to the designs that you have created. I am very impressed with each of the several drawings that you have left for me and look forward to the Squamish Lil'Wat Cultural Centre in Whistler. I am confident that it will be yet another important achievement for you, following on the undoubted admiration you have earned for the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Building.
I wish you both great success in your careers and am delighted to know that your generation is making such strides in bridging the 'gaps' that have for too long seperated the cultures which surround us with such power and potential in this province. Thank you!
The Honourable Iona V. Campagnolo, PC,CM, OBC
Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
Recently I received notification that our campus is going to receive another award, this time from Washington, DC from the Society for College and University Planning and the American Institute of Architects' Committee on Education "Excellence in Planning" and "Excellence in Architecture" Awards Program. This Follows a number of other architectural awards including the British Columbia Lieutenant Governor's Award and the Canadian Governor's General's Award. I would like to acknowledge your tremendous contribution to NVIT through your work on our campus, Alfred.
During your involvement with Busby & Associates Architects, I know you were the lead Architect for the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology Project and involved with all its phases from schematic design to construction. Your Aboriginal background and sensitivity to the concerns of students, teachers, and Elders combined with sustainable objectives, knitted together energy efficienct strategies with local historical Aboriginal architecture. I understand this followed your belief that the First People are the custodians of the natural environment and should set precedents for development that respects the land.
Our campus continues to impress people whethter they come here as students, employees, or visitors. We take great pride in it. I will continue, as I have in the past, to strongly recommend you as an architect.
President / CEO
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
New Year’s Day Levée
Lillooet and District REC Centre
January 1, 2007
Modern British Columbia will celebrate its 150th Anniversary in 2008. We are all well aware of the past, but we also know that we are living in a time when there is a determined effort to reconcile the ancient past of First Nations who have lived on this land since time immemorial with a new day of respect and inclusion. I noted the plans recently for your neighbours to construct a Squamish and Lil’wat Cultural Centre to be used for the 2010 Winter Olympics. It is designed by a distinguished young Aboriginal Architect Alfred Waugh who has won acclaim (Governor General and Lieutenant Governor’s Medals of Excellence in 2002) for his outstanding design of the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in Merritt, British Columbia. There are changes to be considered going on all around us, such a time demands that we too learn to see the world in new ways.
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of British Columbia
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