Curriculum Vitae

2.-Bergstrom-Block-Summer-21-300x264Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Toronto, 1969

Professional And Academic Affiliations

  • Member of the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA)
  • Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC)
  • Member of the Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI)
  • Instructor in the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University
  • Founding Associate of the Innovative Practice Group in Architecture (IPGA)

 Committees

  • Chair of the Registration Committee, Alberta Association of Architects
  • Member of the Edmonton Historical Board, Historic Resources Review Panel
  • Past Member of the Alberta Labour Barrier Free Design Committee
  • Past Chair of the Edmonton Downtown Urban Design Review Panel
  • Past Board Member of the Old Strathcona Foundation

Practice

1979: Registered Architect AAA

1984 – present: David Murray Architect, Edmonton Alberta

Awards

2011 Edmonton Historical Board Historical Recognition Award

2009 Edmonton Urban Design Awards, Merit Award, with HIP Architects, for the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta

2009 Edmonton Historical Board Recognition Award for the 2007 Capital Modern Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Alberta

2007 Edmonton Urban Design Awards, Award of Excellence for the Bergstrom Block which demonstrates creativity and excellence in the area of Urban Design

2006 Canadian Architect Award of Merit for the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta in the Lodge Hotel, a municipal historic resource (in association with HIP Architects)

2005 Edmonton Chamber of Commerce Heritage Award for the Restoration and Adaptive Re-use of the World Trade Centre, formerly the 1951-56 Imperial Bank of Canada, a municipal historic resource (in association with HIP Architects)

2003 The Alberta Main Street Programme, Building Rehabilitation Awards, Carol’s Gifts, Vilna, Alberta

2003 Edmonton and District Historical Society, Annual Award of Merit

1990 Alberta Association of Architects, in association with Western Living Magazine, Merit Award for the Restoration of the Markerville Creamery.

1987 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence for An Urban Design Strategy for Cloverdale, Edmonton (in association with Doug Carlyle)

1985 Edmonton River Valley Design Competition, Five First Awards Community Plans, Urban Design, Heritage Preservation, Winter Cities Concepts, Implementation Strategy (in association with Doug Carlyle and Keith Orlesky)