Acton Ostry Architects Inc – Architects / Architectural Technologists

Intermediate Level Architects and Architectural Technologists

Acton Ostry Architects Inc

Acton Ostry Architects is a leading Canadian design practice recognized for the creation of eloquent and innovative community, public institutional, and mixed-use residential buildings. Established in 1992, our work incorporates new and emerging technologies in the making of innovative and inspiring architecture that responds thoughtfully to local topography, climate, culture, and lessons learned from buildings from the past. Our experience includes a wide range of feasibility studies, facility programming, building design, interior design and master planning. We view the practice of architecture as a process of rigorous, team-oriented collaboration that values consideration of design that is without willful extravagance. Our 35-member design studio currently includes two principals, two associate principals and three associates, with a goal to grow and expand. We primarily utilize a Mac-based Vectorworks platform supplemented with Sketch-Up.


  • 5+ years working experience
  • Degree in Architecture or Architectural/Building Technology from a recognized post-secondary institution
  • collaborative and team-oriented
  • thorough understanding of how buildings are constructed
  • strong knowledge of design, technical details, and contract document production
  • experience in the management and coordination of contract documents
  • high quality standards and ability to perform under deadlines
  • building code knowledge
  • strong presentation, communication and organizational skills
  • Must be registered with the AIBC, or eligible to be registered in the province of British Columbia

Acton Ostry Architects offers a full benefit package.

All inquiries will be kept confidential. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.

Please forward a cover letter, resume and portfolio (maximum 5 MB) to:

No phone calls or hardcopies.

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