Dustin joined Fast + Epp in 2010, and since then he has incorporated his passion for detail into each project he has worked on. He is keenly interested in providing solutions for architecturally expressive structures – it’s been a driving force behind his structural contributions to date and is reflective of Fast + Epp’s philosophy of economic and sustainable design.
Having worked from our Vancouver, Seattle, and Frankfurt offices, Dustin has been involved with the design of a variety of projects across continents such as the Tsingtao Pearl Visitors’ Center in Qingdao, China, the National Arts Center in Ottawa, Ontario, and the Tsleil-Waututh Administration and Health Center in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Dustin spent 8 years at our head office in Vancouver before moving to our Seattle office to help build and grow our presence in the US market.
Dustin is also an avid and competitive sportsman – he enjoys playing ice hockey and exploring nature by hiking and cycling. In the 2018 Cultus Lake Triathlon team relay, Dustin finished with the best 40km cycling time out of all the Fast + Epp cyclists!
Dustin obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia in 2011.