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Architect

Robert Duncan Nicol, American architect. Registered architect, Arizona, California, Montana, Washington. Recipient Design award American Registered Architects, 1969, Harper Plz. Design award California Building Officials Association, 1985.

Background

Nicol, Robert Duncan was born on September 16, 1936 in La Jolla, California, United States. Son of Duncan and Catherine (Muffly) Nicol.

Education

Associate of Arts, Principia College, 1956. Bachelor of Architecture, University California, Berkeley, 1961.

Career

Designer Kawneer Manufacturing Company, Richmond, California, 1961-1962, Claude Oakland, San Francisco, 1962-1964. Project architect David T. Johnson, Oakland, California, 1964-1968. Private practice, since 1968.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Arizona, California, Montana, Washington.

Membership

Member board appeals City of Alameda, 1971-1973, vice chair planning commission, 1973-1977, founder, chair, vice chair design review board, 1974-1980, founder, chair, vice chair history advisory board, since 1976, co-founder, chair, vice chair mayor's committee for handicapped, 1980-1986. Member California State Access Board, since 1995. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Member Society of America Registered Architects, National Council Architectural Registration Boards (senior ), Alexander Graham Bell Association for Deaf (lecturer), Oral Hearing Impaired Secretary, San Leandro History Railway Society (founder, charter member, chair, vice-chair), Alameda Junior Chamber of C. (project director 1969), Alameda Victorian Preservation Society.

Connections

Married Susann Kay Larson. 1 child, Jennifer E.

father:
Duncan Nicol

mother:
Catherine (Muffly) Nicol

spouse:
Susann Kay Larson

child:
Jennifer E. Nicol