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McCool Carlson Green Hires New Senior Architect

Newest member of the design team


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Evelyn Rousso

Anchorage, Alaska, December 19, 2016 – McCool Carlson Green (MCG) announces the appointment of Evelyn Rousso, AIA, LEED AP as the newest member of the design team.

 

“I enjoy the level of thoughtfulness and professionalism Evelyn brings to every conversation. She carefully listens to the client’s needs and understands how to apply connected-collaboration to the process, facilitating meaningful outcomes. She adds significant experience that helps MCG provide high quality services to incorporate innovation and steward ideas of excellence.”, Says John Weir, MCG President and CEO.

 

Evelyn has nearly 30 years of professional architecture experience including a decade of serving as Principal at Northwind Architects in Juneau. Her breadth of experience fits well with the MCG team and includes many educational, institutional, and transportation projects. She looks forward to developing MCG’s senior and public housing lines of service.

 

As a long time board member of the Alaska Design Forum, she is well versed in relevant and leading edge design topics and has a history of service within the Alaskan design community. She’s also an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and has co-chaired two AIA Alaska conferences.

 

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.

 

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