B. Sc. & B. Arch. from McGill University
Member of the OAQ since 1991 – Exam passed with distinction
Andy Kozina joins ékm architecture in 1998. Within the firm, he is responsible for the design a number of important projects for the First Nations and for the realisation of some notable educational and medical buildings.
The following project demonstrate his dedication to his work: the Naskapi Community Centre in Northern Quebec, the Naskapi residence for medical staff, the new vocational training center in Dolbeau-Mistassini, the Mohawk immersion school and community center in Kanestake and the Brunswick medical center in Pointe-Claire.
These buildings are evidence of Andy’s profound understanding of the social and cultural contexts, specific to each of these projects. His calm, his optimism, his persistence and his ability to listen make him an architect responsive to his clients’ needs.
Andy is also an expert in building code and regulations and he takes care of much of the administrative side of an architecture office.