Peter Osborne

Partner, M.Arch., Architect, AAA, AIBC, SAA, MAA, FRAIC, LEED® AP

Peter joined GEC in 2008 and became Partner in 2011 as the first Partner in the Edmonton office. Since joining the firm, Peter has designed several projects throughout Alberta for post-secondary, government, and private clients. Peter has worked on architectural and planning projects for most of Alberta’s post-secondary institutions; notable projects include the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Productivity and Innovation Centre, and the University of Alberta’s Peter Lougheed Hall residence.

Peter received a Bachelor in Environmental Design Studies and a Master of Architecture from Dalhousie University, where upon graduation he received the Alpha Rho Chi Medal. He has a strong interest and commitment to urban design and planning, and much of his work has focused on campus and city planning. Peter is an advocate for design excellence in the community and has published a number of articles in the press and construction journals. As a member and chair of the Edmonton Design Committee, Peter was recognized by Avenue Calgary Magazine as one of Edmonton’s Top 40 under 40. Peter has contributed greatly to the architectural profession through his dedication to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA). Peter has served as a director of the RAIC’s Alberta Chapter and recently became a Fellow in the RAIC in recognition of his contributions to the profession. He has been a council member of the AAA for several years, and in 2015 served as the president of the AAA.