Dave Kitazaki is an award winning architect who grew up in Kamloops, BC and is a member of the Xaxl’ip (Fountain) First Nation and has 28 years of experience in the architecture industry.
Fraser Dow has a research background in rural and remote community environmental design and energy self-sufficiency. Projects Fraser has successfully completed university library, elementary and secondary schools, health centers, residential townhouses, offices, visitor centers and light industrial buildings.
"I would highly recommend Dave for any project you might be considering. His dedication and work ethics were beyond anything we could have hoped for. He is very approachable and open to incorporating any unique ideas into your building. He set a high standard for any future projects that will be hard to match."
Chief Joe Alphonse, Tsilhqot'in Tribal Chief
Tl’etinqox-t'in Government Office (Anaham)
“Dave has worked diligently with our community listening carefully and taking a lead in communicating the best options. Fostering a working relationship is important in large projects and David is someone I trust and am confident in.”
Chief Russ Ross
Yunesit'in Government (Stone Indian Band)
"Dave was instrumental in assisting the band secure funding for our new health centre, as an architect he designed the building to suit our needs and incorporated our culture into the centre. Dave is professional and always takes his client’s interests seriously.”
Alana Dixon, Band Administrator
Tsq'escenemc (Canim Lake Band)
“I am proud of Dave as a First Nations ancestor and the beautiful buildings he has designed here in the Chilcotin. I am very thankful for the beautiful design that Dave came up for our Health and Administration building. I would recommend him for any future project.”
Teresa Johnny, Health Director
Tl'esqox (Toosey Indian Band)