Croy D. Yee Architect Ltd. brings over 35 years of professional practice to a project as the successor firm to Anthony K. Eng Architect Ltd. The same careful attention to detail and thorough devotion to a limited number of projects at a time, continues as it has done since inception in 1980.

With clients in both private and public sectors, and work ranging from large-scale institutional and commercial facilities to single-family houses and interior renovations, we have a wealth of architectural consultation experience to draw upon.

We have responded to the challenge of maintaining high professional standards in a fluctuating economy and cost-dominated industry by committing to delivering our service, expertise and productivity to the client in a responsive and resourceful manner.

To this end, a principal architect has been made available, at all times or on very short notice, for consultation as necessary throughout the development of every project. Conceptual and detailed design are given particular emphasis, as they are the primary determinants of long-term user satisfaction. The importance and respect accorded to the problems, need, and aspirations of each individual project begin with the establishment of an intimate dialogue with the client / user and the ability to listen to all concerns expressed.

The team, consisting of 2 registered architects, an intern architect and 3 architectural technologists, are all engaged in a process of continuing education in order to bring the highest standard of technical expertise and performance to a project. Additional sub-consultant resources are engaged as required to ensure schedules are successfully maintained.


2001Mayor’s Award for Accessible Architecture
Stadium LRT Station East Ramp

1990 – Exhibition, Edmonton Art Gallery
Fort George + Buckingham House Visitor Reception Centre

1988Alberta Association of Architects Design Award
Mary Help of Christian's Catholic Church

1988Alberta Association of Architects Design Award
Alexis School

1988 – First Prize, University of Manitoba Quadrangle Competition

1985 – Third Prize, Canadian Wood Council Building National Architectural Competition

1985 – First + Second Prizes, Edmonton River Valley Design Competition

1983 – Upper Class Entry, Arctic Centre Competition (Rovaniemi, Finland)

1981 – Merit Award, Calgary City Hall Competition

1980 – Exhibition, Latitude 53
Architect’s Drawings

1979 – Exhibition, Edmonton Art Gallery
Entry to Pahlavi National Library Competition

1974Manitoba Design Institute Award of Excellence
Manitoba Parks Cottage Prototype