A 300-foot control tower planned for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport will surpass the ConocoPhillips Alaska Building as the state’s tallest inhabited structure.
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe recently celebrated the grand opening of its new educational campus in Kenai, designed with cultural values in mind.
The first project in Alaska to take advantage of a new way to finance energy efficiency improvements is the building next door to Anchorage City Hall.
Using shipping containers and energy-efficient techniques, a team of UAF students created a prize-winning design for rural Alaska housing construction.
Stantec expanded its Buildings practice in Alaska with two strategic hires in its Anchorage office.
Two veterans of Nvision Architecture are being promoted to Associate Principal.
Tiffany Coffman received the Certified Healthcare Interior Designer designation after passing a rigorous examination administered by the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers.
Slated for completion in summer 2022, 601 5th Avenue is getting a new look (and a new floor-plan) loosely inspired by Alaska’s glaciers.
The Anchorage Assembly last week unanimously approved a ground lease that clears the way for renovation of the parking structure at 6th Avenue and G Street into a multi-use property.
The Anchorage office of architecture and engineering firm HDR brought in Matt Stone as Alaska Area Manager.