Livingston Slone, Inc. Announces Ownership Expansion
Robert Meyer and Scott Veerman new to ownership team
Livingston Slone, Inc.
Livingston Slone, Inc., an Anchorage-based, full-service architectural firm, announces two senior staff members, Robert Meyer and Scott Veerman, are now part of the ownership team. Together with founding Principals Tom Livingston and Don Slone, Meyer and Veerman will share in operational, administrative, financial, and business development responsibilities. They will also continue to be engaged in design and project management.
Meyer was hired by Livingston Slone in 1999 to provide laboratory planning and design for the firm. He earned his Bachelors of Architecture Technology and Associates in Construction Management from the University of Cincinnati. He has worked on many of the firm’s most technically complex facilities including the Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute in Juneau; the State Public Health Laboratory and Medical Examiner’s Facility, the DEC Food Safety Laboratory, and the State Crime Lab in Anchorage; the State Virology Lab in Fairbanks; and currently the UAA Wells Fargo Sports Center Renewal and new the Blood Bank of Alaska.
Veerman, who was hired by Livingston Slone in 1998, is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. He is a registered architect in Alaska and Colorado, a LEED Accredited Professional, a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International. Some of Veerman’s current and recent projects include the Gruening Middle School Renewal, UAA College of Engineering Renewal, developing UAA Campus Design Standards, the Copper River Native Association’s Robert Marshall Building in Tazlina, the new Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center in Midtown Anchorage, and the State Crime Lab.