Craig brings to KelTec 17 years of design and drafting experience. In 2006 he accepted a position with an architectural firm in Kelowna Building on several years’ experience designing recreational vehicles. At this firm he began working with Revit while developing his knowledge of building sciences.
Working with a number of talented and award winning architects he was soon hooked on architectural design and enrolled in Phase I of the RAIC Syllabus program. In 2015 Craig fulfilled the requirements to become a registered Architectural Technologist with the AIBC.
In addition to providing creative solutions, preparing deliverables on time and on budget, he brings an intuitive sense of design to every project. Easily collaborating with architects, developers and contractors, Craig’ skillset is an asset to making any project a reality.
Recently Craig completed the CanPHI’s Introduction to Passive House course. He has since been fortunate to apply and build on that knowledge working on passive house projects with a valued client with expertise in this fascinating area of building science.
For Craig, the opportunity to work on architecture is a privilege. He strives to be part of something he is proud to have his name associated with and to contribute to structures which communities they are in will find worthy of preservation.