RIM Architects Names Senior Associates
Anchorage, Alaska (December 6, 2010) -- J. Michael Thompson AIA NCARB and Bryce K. Klug, AIA NCARB LEED® AP have been named Senior Associates at RIM Architects. The designation of Senior Associate at RIM is reserved for and recognizes tenured Associates that have demonstrated a technical excellence and professionalism in all phases of architecture. They have demonstrated an uncommon knowledge of the practice of architecture to include design, budget and cost control, scheduling, planning, programming, specification and working drawings; building and zoning code, construction methods and materials, engineering principals and professional ethics.
Thompson has 35 years of architectural experience, of which 29 years have been in Alaska. He has been involved in building design, project management, and construction administration in urban, rural and Arctic regions throughout the State. He currently manages RIM Architects Quality Assurance & Quality Control Program. Thompson has a Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University and is licensed to practice architecture in Alaska, North Carolina and Virginia.
Klug is a lifelong Alaskan whose 25 years of experience include office, educational, tourism, health care, housing, and recreational building types throughout Alaska. His strong skills in production and project management enable projects to be completed in a cost-effective manner. Klug's focus on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) makes him a powerful resource for implementing sustainable building practices, materials and technology into every project. Klug has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Hawaii.
RIM Architects has been providing excellence in comprehensive architectural design and client service throughout Alaska since 1986. In addition to its Anchorage office, RIM Architects also has offices in California, Guam and Hawai`i.