Clinton Cuddington Architect AIBC MRAIC
Measured was founded by Clinton Cuddington in 2007 with the objective of creating contemporary, environmentally sound buildings for both the private and public sector. Prior to the establishment of Measured, Clinton developed extensive experience with public projects while working as a project architect at other companies. These projects include the redevelopment and expansion of the Arena Stage Theatre in Washington, DC, and the Surrey Campus of Simon Fraser University, both while with Bing Thom Architects, and the Confederation Square in Ottawa, Ontario while with Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg Landscape Architects.
Measured has now grown to include Partner Piers Cunnington and a team of six designers, Intern Architects, and administrative staff. Clinton is a registered Architect in British Columbia and a member of the Royal Architecture Institute for Canada, the Green Building Council. In order to support the professional work, and put into practice what Measured preaches, Clinton remains involved with volunteer work. He has sat on a number of Advisory Design Panels and other public bodies, and this experience has given him substantial insight into the public process, project funding, design, procurement and delivery. Measured continually draws on these experiences to support our goal of delivering the right building for every project. Clinton is active as a AIBC Professional Representation for First Shaughnessy District Advisory Panel member, guest academic lecturer and Thesis Advisor/Guest Critic at the University of British Columbia.