Keith Dickie

Senior Associate, Architect

“When it comes to athletics facilities, whether a hockey arena or a performance training centre, we focus on getting the core sports related functions correct. We passionately believe that getting these details right is the only way to create great facilities.”

Keith graduated with distinction, earning a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carleton University in 1993. He has been with N45 architects since 2000, and has expertise in concept design, design development and planning.

His first sports obsession was hockey and originally attended university on an athletic scholarship for golf. This has lead Keith to specialize in designing sports related recreational facilities of all kinds, which combine his passion for both architecture and athletics.