Stacy Hansen Receives Architectural Registration & Promotion
Anchorage, Alaska (November 9, 2010) — RIM Architects proudly announces that Stacy Hansen has become licensed as a professional architect in the State of Alaska. In recognition of this achievement, Hansen has been promoted to Associate.
Hansen has eight years of experience in architecture. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. In her six years with RIM Architects, Hansen has been a critical design team member for numerous projects, including the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Seismic and Security Upgrade for the South Terminal, the University of Alaska’s Kachemak Bay classroom project in Homer, and the Providence Creekside Campus expansion. She is currently involved in the design of a new Aeromedical Services/Mental Health Clinic at Elmendorf AFB.RIM Architects has been providing excellence in comprehensive architectural design and client service throughout Alaska since 1986. Our firm’s philosophy is to bring “Results with IMagination” to every project and to translate our client’s program, functional objectives and aesthetic aspirations into an appropriate and creative architectural solution.
Posted: November 9, 2010