McCool Carlson Green Hires Grieve as Interior Designer
Expands firm's interior design department
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McCool Carlson Green announces the appointment of Melissa Grieve, NCIDQ, ASID, CDT as an interior designer to expand the firm’s interior design department.
“MCG is thrilled to have Melissa join our collaborative team. Her ability to transform client needs into inspiring solutions is evident in her design process and past projects. Melissa’s passion for design is communicated through her ability to bring ‘inspiration’ to the forefront of the design conversation without sacrificing budget and timeline. Her work with ASID Alaska Chapter has helped advance the interior design profession and will continue to grow MCG’s interior design department.” Says Cara Mazurek, MCG Director of Interior Design.
Melissa has 8 years of professional interior design experience and is driven to create, which has led her to a career focused on the way in which the interior environment interacts with its individuals. Clients trust her because she listens carefully to their needs. She is currently working on renovations at Alaska Regional Hospital. Melissa’s design philosophy emphasizes the fusion of creativity and functionality within the built environment, while recognizing the importance of appropriate, durable, and sustainable finishes.
As the immediate past president of the Alaska Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, Melissa supports the growth of her local interior design community. She is an advocate for sustainable change in the built environment and has recently become a member International Living Future Institute.
About McCool Carlson Green: MCG (www.mcgalaska.com) is an Alaskan-owned firm providing planning and design services in Alaska and beyond for more than 40 years. The firm focus is the design of high-quality civic, public, educational, and healthcare facilities that flourish in complex Alaskan environments and reflect the unique spirit of our state. MCG has accomplished some of Alaska’s largest and most significant projects, including the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport C Terminal Expansion; Nesbett Courthouse in Anchorage; Clark Middle School; and the Alaska Airlines Center at University of Alaska Anchorage. Numerous MCG projects have been recognized with state, national, and/or international design awards, often noted for their thoughtful design and community engagement.