Albert’s experience ranges from sustainability to modeling, detailing and hands-on carpentry. Clients, engineers and contractors appreciate his detailed knowledge of construction methods and his practical approach to resolving on-site issues. At the same time, Albert is often the first to explore new techniques, and incorporating them to achieve the project’s goals. 


Passionate about global stewardship, Albert has presented several times on sustainability, including an invitation from the Union Internationale Des Architectes (UIA). He is studying in the UBC MBA program, and plans to use what he learns to promote sustainable prosperity within the building industry. 


B. Tech in Architectural Science (Distinction), BCIT
LEED Green Associate


Architectural Technologist AIBC



  • BCIT Graduating Project, The Machine – Poster presentation at the CaGBC Conference, Vancouver, 2013
Winner of the Andy Kesteloo Memorial Student Project Award from the CaGBC
  • Beyond the Wall and Line – Poster presentation at CaGBC Conference, Toronto, 2014
  • Architecture of Engagement – Design as a Catalyst for Cultural Change – Published paper and presentation at the UIA Conference, Durban, South Africa, 2014 (As 2nd Author with Jim Taggart FRIAC)
  • Challenge the Status Quo – Presentation at the UIA Conference, Durban, South Africa, 2014
  • Sustainability: Beyond the Numbers – Presentation to the Rotary Club of Vancouver, 2015
  • Sustainable Design – Earth Day presentation to students, Surrey School Board, 2015 (with Iredale partner Graham Coleman)