Christopher Babits is an associate architect with Ferrari Westwood Architects. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, where he was awarded the Toronto Society of Architects Prize in his thesis year. Christopher has extensive involvement at the community level in Calgary. Currently, he is a board member with the Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge, and the Southern Alberta representative for the Alberta Chapter of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Christopher's professional experience has focused upon providing creative design and capable project management for large multi-family and hospitality projects while working with BKDI Architects and S2 Architecture in Calgary. He has been a designer on some notable Calgary projects, including the Calgary Zoo's Tropical Africa Pavilion, the first tower of arriVa, and 205 Riverfront by the Bow River. At FWA, Christopher is project architect for the SAIT Donor Monument in Calgary, St. Michael's Health Centre in Lethbridge, and the modernization of St. Catherine's School and Raymond Junior and Senior Highschool.