The provincial government has awarded the current construction contract for the Surgical Suite Addition & Renovation project at CHU Dumont to Pomerleau Inc. The Quebec based construction firm had the low qualified bid for the latest phase of construction, which

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Over the years, Architects Four has frequently been an employer of architectural students. Many have been co-op students from Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Architecture and we’ve enjoyed their contributions to the general workings of the practice. As the Christmas…


AC Stevenson and Partners recently moved into their newly constructed offices. Framing the corner of Pine Wood and Cleveland Avenues, the facility is a welcome addition to Riverview’s newly developed commercial sector.  Its three monitor skylights are a distinctive…


Architects Four recently presented a Green Globes certificate and plaque to university president, Dr. Bruce Fawcett, and Board of Governor’s Chair, Greg Cook. Stultz Hall meets the criteria for a 3 Globe rating (Green Globes NC v.2).
Begun under the…


Architects Four is celebrating a major milestone this year, having been in practice for 40 years. To celebrate, staff, directors and their families spent a beautiful day in Riverside-Albert, feasting and horseback riding. Everyone let their hair down, most…


Architects Four welcomes Derek Brennan as the newest director in the practice. Derek joined Architects Four in 2010 after graduating from Dalhousie University, with a Masters of Architecture degree. A native of Amherst, NS, he’s played an…


The official opening of the new Breast Health Center CHUDumont will take place on April 27. The center’s director shared, “We are doing very well in the new center! It’s peaceful, and the feedback is very positive!”…


The Irving Eco-Centre, La Dune de Bouctouche, is the cover shot for Ron William’s new publication, “Landscape Architecture in Canada”, published by McGill-Queen’s University Press . The aerial view captures the building cluster as well as the serpentine boardwalk…