Lapointe Architects

Monday, May 21, 2007

Lapointe Architects Grows by Two!

Lapointe Architects is pleased to announce the hiring of Katherine Kurtz. B.A.S. and Michael del Puerto, Dip. Arch. Tech.

Katherine has a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University (2004). While studying at Carleton, Katherine was an active member of the Students' Design Clinic ( which offered design services to the general public. Katherine also worked as a Teaching Assistant in her third and fourth year of studies. Since graduation, Katherine has been working with an Ottawa Architectural firm that specializes in sustainable architecture.

Michael is a graduate of George Brown College's Architectural Technologist Program (2007). Michael was job captain of the winning design for the World House Project hosted by the Institute Without Bounderies (www.institutewithoutboundaries). Michael brings several skills to the office, including a proficiency with AutoDesk VIZ and Revit 8.0, two software programs that are used to create complex 3D renderings and construction documents.

We are sure that they will make a wonderful addition to the team.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Francis writes exams!

Francis has been asked by the Ontario Association of Architects' C/ARE Task Group to help write the questions for the Canadian Architect Registration Exam. In 2006, the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) together with the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA) and the Ordre des architectes du Quebec (OAQ) signed an agreement to share the responsibility for designing and developing the new 'made-in Canada' exams. Presently, Intern Architects wishing to become licensed Architects are required to write the US-based National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) exams. The new Canadian exams hope to ensure "relevancy, effective delivery, and administrative control" of the complete professional competency testing process for each provincial association. The implementation of this Canadian version of the entrance exams is schedule for the Spring of 2008.

Monday, May 7, 2007

Paul Dolick joins Lapointe Architects

Lapointe Architects would like to welcome Paul Dolick to the firm. Paul is a recent graduate of the Ryerson Bachelor of Architectural Science program (BArchSci) . In 2006, Paul was one of 300 top Canadian student delegates to the Impact Entrepreneur and Leadership Conference in Toronto Ontario. That year, Paul also participated in Peace Route Ramla, where he and a number of other students were invited to live and research the declining city of Ramla, Israel. Their mandate was to envision the revitalisation of the downtown core while preserving the historic urban fabric surrounding it. Their work has been publicly exhibited both in Israel and Toronto. Paul's promising design abilities and his entrepreneurial curiosity will make an excellent addition to Lapointe Architects' collection of skills. Paul can be reached at extension 224.

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