Governor Bill Walker announced the delegation for Opportunity Alaska: China Trade Mission, which will include fisheries, tourism, and investment businesses, as well as a baby food maker, an architecture firm, and a university.
PND Engineers, Inc. received recognition from the National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA), a division of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), for two separate bridge projects in the 2018 Prize Bridge Awards competition.
Sitting in her office talking across a well-kept but certainly busy desk surrounded by plants that grew voraciously in the ample sunlight coming through the window, Christine described some of her most memorable work.
Bettisworth North Architects and Planners is pleased to announce the recent hire of architect Mike Griffith.
Yatchmeneff and her team will develop a series of publications for a new professional development course aimed at informing primary educators in how to build a sense of belonging for Alaska Native students.
Stephen Cegelka, PE, SE, has joined Stantec in its Anchorage office as a senior structural engineer. He has more than 20 years of in-state industry experience serving both public and private clients.
Thanks to a team of fresh engineering graduates, Anchorage may soon have a world-class ski destination overlooking downtown.
Stantec’s Earl Korynta, PE, was recently selected as the Northwest Legacy Award winner by Engineering News Record (ENR) magazine, the nation’s largest industry journal for contractors and design firms. The Legacy Awards are handed out across several regions in the United States and acknowledge the winner’s contributions to the industry. The Northwest region includes Alaska, Washington, and Oregon.
Ross Timm, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, has joined Stantec in its Anchorage office, bolstering the firm’s buildings practice. He has more than a dozen years of in-state industry experience serving both public and private clients.