Iredale, W. Randle, 1929-2000

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Iredale, W. Randle, 1929-2000

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Born in Calgary in 1929, W. Randle Iredale relocated to Vancouver prior to completing his high school education. In the Spring of 1953, Iredale married Kathryn Iredale at Hart House at the University of Toronto. He graduated from the UBC School of Architecture in 1955. He was a Member of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) from 1958 till 1999 when he retired. Since the 1960s, he was a founding partner of Rhone & Iredale Architects for 20 years and from the 1980s, he became a managing partner of The Iredale Partnership for another 20 years. He participated in numerous architectural projects, notably the Development project at Portage Mountain, the Sedgewick Undergraduate Library at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver’s Park Site 19 Project, and the Systems Control Center at Simon Fraser University. Randle Iredale passed away in 2000.

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