MRAIC, AAA, MAIBC, SAA, MAA, OAA
Alvin Fritz earned his degree from University of British Columbia in 1983.Upon graduating he received the RAIC Gold Medal for the highest standard in his class as well as a DAAD scholarship to pursue post graduate studies at the Technical University of Munich.
He incorporated his own practice in 1989 and has given leadership to and overseen the growth of the firm to where it is today with projects in all of the Western Provinces.
Alvin has been Principal Architect on all projects in the history of the firm and has specialized in residential, senior and assisted living projects. Alvin has an exceptional reputation for working effectively with Authorities Having Jurisdiction across Western Canada and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Calgary, presenting planning strategies to students and professionals studying Project Development.
"As Architects we have the remarkable opportunity to impact society with one of the most influential contributions, the "Built Environment". This opportunity is our greatest joy yet also our most solemn responsibility."