Janice Liebe Architect, AAA, AIBC, OAA, FRAIC LEED® AP | Calgary

Janice’s breadth of experience is demonstrated in her award-winning projects spanning many provinces and sectors including corporate, aviation, institutional and mixed-use buildings. Her innovation and creativity is recognized through projects such as the Calgary International Airport, Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, Calgary Public Library, University District for West Campus Development Trust, and the Brewery District redevelopment in Calgary.

Collaborative leadership sets Janice apart. She is a strong leader in both the architectural and urban design communities in Calgary, and her work has been a consistently positive voice in the ongoing conversation of the importance of design. Janice is the current Chair of The City of Calgary Urban Design Review Panel. Additionally, she has served as Co-Chair for the Famous Five Foundation which lobbied for the placement of the commemorative statues on Parliament Hill and with Habitat for Humanity’s national committee to form the Women Build Program.