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Molly Logelin of RIM Architects Achieves Professional Registered Architect License


Molly Logelin

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RIM Architects is happy to announce that Molly Logelin has earned professional registered architectural licensure in the state of Colorado.

Since joining RIM’s Anchorage office in 2006, Molly has served as an architectural intern while earning certification as a Construction Document Technician (CDT) and Revit Architecture Professional.

Molly will pursue Alaska architectural licensure at the Alaska Chapter of the American Institute of Architects quarterly meeting in May, 2015. In addition to progressing with her architectural license requirements, Molly has played a key role on many RIM projects, including the International & C Street Office Building and the Winterberry Charter School, both in Anchorage, and the Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital in Barrow.

Prior to joining RIM, Molly worked for five years for Architects Rego and Youngquist in Minnesota, specializing in public school projects. Molly is eager to continue contributing to the educational infrastructure of Alaska.

Molly is the mother of two young boys, ages four and one. Between being a wife, working mother and energetic member of RIM’s design staff, Molly also finds time for camping and fishing, and spearheads RIM’s annual United Way Drive, collecting $18,419 for the agency in 2014. She is dedicated to community outreach and young professional’s development.

Molly holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She splits her time between RIM’s Anchorage office and their new office in Palmer.  


RIM Architects provides excellence in comprehensive architectural design and client service throughout Alaska. The firm’s philosophy is to bring “Results with IMagination” to every project and to translate clients’ programs, functional objectives and aesthetic aspirations into an appropriate and creative architectural solution. RIM has offices in Alaska, California, Guam and Hawaii.


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