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Andrew Dyke inducted into the RAIC College of Fellows

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May 27, 2024

On May 16, partner Andrew Dyke was officially inducted into the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada’s (RAIC) College of Fellows at a convocation ceremony during the RAIC Conference in Vancouver. 

A Fellowship is one of the highest honours that Members of the College can receive. Fellows are recognized for their contributions to research, scholarship, public service, and professional standing for the good of architecture in Canada and around the world.  

“Andrew has provided expert project leadership for many of KPMB’s award-winning projects and is a valued mentor to the next generation of architects at [the firm],” said founding partner Marianne McKenna. “A thoughtful, focused, and excellent listener, he leads by example, shepherding his project teams to great outcomes.” 

Throughout Dyke’s impressive career, he has exhibited strength in comprehensive design and adept project management of multidisciplinary teams, directing all phases of design and construction for major institutional, government, and private projects.  

His project work includes Le Quartier Concordia for Concordia University, an interdisciplinary research facility that earned a National Urban Design Award from the RAIC and represented Canada at a Sustainable Building Conference in Oslo; the Fort York Library, an Architizer A+ Award winner recognized as a “tremendous community asset” by the Ontario Library Association; and the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Athletes’ Village and its post-games conversion to the Canary District.  

“It’s a great honour to be recognized by the RAIC and my peers. I’m proud of my fellow inductees and thankful to the many mentors and role models that have influenced my work, my ideas, my values, and my principles,” Dyke said.

“I’m passionate about the work we do as architects and this distinction reaffirms my conviction to do even better in addressing the pressing issues of our times with compassion for people, strength of character, and innovative thinking.” 

Dyke is currently leading the team working on Kindred Works, a portfolio of residential projects designed for a climate resilient future.