Nesset Receives Alaska Professional Architect License
Anchorage, AK— KPB Architects (KPB) announced that Troy Nesset has obtained his professional registration for architecture in the state of Alaska. Nesset received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture degree from Montana State University. He is proficient in design technology and BIM modeling, but also understands the importance of communication and interaction with the design team, client and contractors.
“I’m proud to be a part of KPB and this community and I look forward to continuing my career and helping clients reach their goals,” Nesset stated. Mike Prozeralik, President of KPB added, “He has taken on the challenge of becoming a registered architect and we are proud he has achieved this accomplishment. We have watched him grow as a professional and become a strong member of our team.” Nesset’s design experience and attention to detail helps provide solutions that improve the efficiency of the design, drawing, and construction process. He is involved in a wide variety of projects for various clients throughout the state including Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA), Bristol Bay Native Corporation, Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation, and First National Bank Alaska. An avid outdoor enthusiast, Nesset enjoys backcountry skiing, hunting, and fly fishing.