Heney Klypak

Heney Klypak

B.A., M.Arch., M.R.A.I.C., M.S.A.A.

Heney Klypak Architect Ltd.

Heney Klypak was born in 1956 and grew up in the small agricultural community of Simpson, Saskatchewan.

After graduating from Simpson High School, he enrolled in the Fine Arts Department at the University of Saskatchewan. Heney graduated in 1978. In the fall of 1978, Heney was accepted into the School of Architecture at the University of Manitoba.

After 1982 graduation, Heney worked in Regina with various architectural firms. In 1985 he moved to Saskatoon with Forrester Scott Bowers Architects and Engineers. In 1989, Heney Klypak Architect Ltd. was established. He shared an office with Allan Duddridge Architect for five years.

Between 2005 and 2011, Heney Klypak practiced with Ted Rusick under the corporate partnership, Klypak Rusick Architects.

Heney has been involved in a variety of projects. He was responsible for 65 Bed Park Town Hotel Addition, various Credit Unions, offices for private and public client groups, various heritage commissions including Rumley Warehouse conversion to luxury condominiums, various First Nation Health Centres and private residences.

In 2005, Heney was President of the Saskatchewan Association of Architects and is currently on the Board of Directors for Cosmopolitan Industries. He has also instructed numerous classes to the construction industry on the topic of Interpreting Construction Documents (blueprint reading).