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Nick Milkovich studied architecture at the University of British Columbia and graduated with his Bachelor's degree in 1968. The day after graduation he joined the firm of Erickson/Massey and continued to work for Arthur Erickson Architects from its origins in 1972, becoming an Associate in 1979 and Director of Design in 1987.
During his time at Arthur Erickson Architects he was involved in over 50 private residences, a number of multiple housing projects, as well as, the award-winning Museum of Anthropology and the Robson Square and Law Courts Complex, both in Vancouver.
As part of the reorganization of Arthur Erickson Architects in 1991 Nick started his own firm, Nick Milkovich Architects. The firm has grown to a staff of 10 and has recently completed the award-winning Creekside Community Centre and Canada House at the Vancouver 2010 Athlete's Village; the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan; and the Weihai Citizen Centre in Weihai, China.
In 1997 Nick was named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.