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Intermediate / Senior Architectural Graduates

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We are currently looking to fill full-time positions for Intermediate/Senior Architectural Graduates with the ability to contribute to a variety of different types of mixed-use projects of significant complexity and size. The successful candidate must have a minimum of 5 years post-graduate work experience with a minimum of 3 years in BC and hold aREAD POST >

Junior / Intern Architect

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We are currently looking for a junior level architectural graduate / Intern Architect to contribute to a variety of different types of mixed-use projects of significant complexity and size. This is a full-time position with Francl Architecture. EXPERIENCE The successful candidate must have a minimum of: 1-3 years post-graduate work experience. QUALIFICATIONS Excellent sense forREAD POST >

COVID-19 Update | November 9, 2020

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The health, safety and well-being of our people, clients, contractors and suppliers is a top priority. Francl Architecture abides by the Provincial Health Officer’s newest orders and WorkSafeBC guidelines, and AIBC Field Review guidelines. COVID-19 POLICY SUMMARY The office will be open for deliveries, contractor work and employee visits during regular business hours 8:30 am – 5:00READ POST >

We have moved!

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We are pleased to announce that we have relocated our studio to Yaletown! Our new address is 970 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC  V6B 2W7. Our phone number and contact email remain the same: 604.688.3252 / office@franclarchitecture.com. Please get in touch should you have any questions, and we hope to see you in Yaletown!

We are moving!

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We’re excited to share that on October 26th, Francl Architecture will be moving to Yaletown! We have made a home in the Armoury District since 2003, when we opened our doors at 1684 West Second Avenue, and your loyal support has helped us evolve. Our new studio space at 970 Homer Street will provide more spacious and comfortableREAD POST >

COVID-19 Update | March 23, 2020

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As the risk and precautions around COVID-19 continue to increase, we want to again assure our clients that Francl Architecture continues to be committed to the health and safety of our employees, clients, partners and community, while maintaining business continuity, within this constantly changing landscape. Today we are communicating changes we have implemented to ensureREAD POST >

Francl Architecture | COVID-19 Update

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As COVID-19 continues to affect communities and families around the world, this is a difficult time for all of us. Francl Architecture is committed to protecting our employees, clients and communities, keeping them as safe as possible while we adjust to these challenging and changing circumstances. Today, we are communicating the steps we have takenREAD POST >

The Arc’s Pool Unveiled!

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Several people took the plunge into the newly unveiled pool at the Arc! Not for the faint of heart, we designed the pool to ‘float’ nearly 200 ft above the ground with a clear,  6-inch acrylic glass slab spanning the 38 ft length of the pool. The pool is believed to be the highest ofREAD POST >

FRANCL ARCHITECTURE ANNOUNCES THREE NEW ASSOCIATES

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We’re excited to announce 3 new associates to our management team! Megan Peters, Mehran Parnian and Vince Knudsen have displayed exceptional initiative and leadership during their time at Francl Architecture, and have been instrumental in contributing to our success as a firm. Please join us in congratulating them and wishing them continued success in their new roles!

Francl Architecture and Turner Construction participate in CANstruction 2018

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Francl Architecture is proud to support and participate in CANstruction Vancouver for 2018 alongside our team partner Turner Construction. CANstruction Vancouver, founded in 2002, is an annual design event benefitting the Greater Vancouver Bank (GVFB). Participating teams, consisting of architects, engineers, designers, and students, are tasked with building a sculpture out of canned food, with allREAD POST >