TURPIN KONG ARCHITECTS INC.

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Please contact either Sherri at (587) 876-7616 or Janice at (403) 392-8999 or email info@turpinkong.ca to arrange a meeting to discuss your project.

Sherri Turpin, Founding Principal

Sherri Turpin

Architect AAA MRAIC

Sherri received a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Toronto in 1992. She was registered with the Alberta Association of Architects in 2001 and is a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Having worked in a few architectural firms in Red Deer, Sherri launched Sherri Turpin Architect in 2006. Now she is a founding principal of Turpin Kong Architects Inc.

Sherri Turpin has over 20 years of experience practicing architecture in Alberta. She is skilled in interpreting facility requirements and occupant needs into functional and efficient designs that are also aesthetically pleasing and appropriate. Her experience includes a wide variety of occupancy types including community halls, churches, municipal administration buildings, office buildings, public works shops, recreation facilities, and multi-family residential buildings.

Janice Kong-Schmidt, Principal

Janice Kong-Schmidt

Architect AAA MRAIC

Janice received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the Mapúa Institute of Technology from Manila, Philippines in 2002. She was accredited by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) and was registered with the Alberta Association of Architects in 2009. Janice is also a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Her working experience with various architectural firms in Red Deer has equipped Janice to launch Janice Kong Architects Ltd. in 2013. She formally joined Sherri Turpin Architect in 2014 and is now a principal of Turpin Kong Architects Inc.

Janice Kong-Schmidt offers 15 years of architectural experience in the province of Alberta. She brings creative, innovative design and planning solutions to diverse types of projects involving recreation and community facilities, schools, churches, libraries, office and commercial buildings, and multi-family residential including seniors and affordable housing.