Frank O. Bostrom, AIA, is serving as the 68th President of the statewide, professional association for architects in California. Joining an esteemed group who has held this position, Frank brings over a decade of volunteer experience to the position. Recently serving as Secretary/Treasurer, Frank also served as a member of the AIACC Executive Committee, fusing a rich knowledge of the organization’s history and capabilities with an understanding of key issues for architects throughout the state.
It is that membership that Bostrom is excited to serve.
“I look forward to providing real value to the illustrious and dedicated individuals who practice a field that is pivotal in solving so many challenges for California,” he says.
His vision for the AIACC is an organization that arms its members with knowledge and wisdom so architects can advance themselves in their practice, achieve clarity prior to signing contracts, and properly protect their business and Clients as team leaders.
The principal of his own firm for almost thirty years, Bostrom is licensed in California and Arizona and holds NCARB certification. His firm executes residential and commercial work. Bostrom holds several degrees from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Based in Redondo Beach, Bostrom has been active in Southern California chapter activities since 1973 where he has guided the selection of numerous design juries. He first earned recognition for advocacy work as a representative of Long Beach/South Bay Chapter interests at the California Coastal Zone Conservation Commission.
During his years of statewide service, he has continued to support the field on a local basis. Most recently he was reelected to his fourth term on the Los Angeles County Committee on School District Organization, representing Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe.