January 05, 2016

Thomas Johnson, Architect

It is with sincere regret that we must inform you that AANB member and practitioner Thomas Johnson has passed away. Tom became a member of the AANB in 1980 and operated his practice in Saint John for many years. His contribution to design excellence will remain a legacy for all of [...]

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 November 18, 2015

Succession in Architect Four’s 40th Year!

Succession in Architect Four's 40th Year! Directors Dianne VanDommelen, Andrew McGillivary, Jeff VanDommelen and Alain Malenfant are proud to announce Derek Brennan as newest Director in the practice. Producing solid work since 1975, the firm thrives on exploring and testing ideas and to find innovative solutions. Their [...]

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 October 07, 2015

John “Jack” R.W. Disher

It is again with regret that we must inform you that one of our retired members has passed away. John Disher was a Saint John architect and successful practitioner who played an active role in the AANB, serving as President from 1969-1971. He was also a Fellow of the RAIC. [...]

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 October 01, 2015

Community recognition event for the late Nazaire Dugas

The Architects’ Association of New Brunswick invites you to a community recognition event for the late Nazaire Dugas. Here’s your personal invitation!

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 August 25, 2015

AANB’s newly honoured RAIC Fellowship

AANB's newly honoured RAIC Fellow Barbara Nicholson meets up with some of her AANB friends and colleagues at the 2015 RAIC's President's Dinner, Calgary, Alberta. (Don Sterritt, Barbara Nicholson, Malcolm Boyd, Edmond Koch).

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 June 17, 2015

UNB’s associate vice-president of capital planning and property development recognized nationally

Posted June 17 2015 - From the UNB Newsroom - The University of New Brunswick's associate vice-president of capital planning and property development, Barbara Nicholson, recently earned national recognition for her outstanding achievements and service to the community and architecture profession when she was [...]

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