Architects Alaska Welcomes Three New Team Members
Bill Zamora, architectural designer, joined Architects Alaska in March when staff began working at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bill brings over 19 years of experience in design and construction administration. In his role, Bill provides design and production support and has seamlessly transitioned to a work at home model.
Michael Castro has joined Architects Alaska as a project manager and is responsible for successful and collaborative project completion. He has over 25 years of experience, previously working at firms in Alaska, California, Kansas, and most recently Oregon.
Laurel Green joined Architects Alaska as a financial controller. She brings over 7 years of experience in the A/E/C industry and holds a master’s in international business logistics. In her position, Laurel oversees all financial and accounting operations for the Anchorage, Wasilla, and Montana offices.
This year the Alaska Railroad is celebrating 100 years of transportation people and cargo around Alaska. While the railroad is one of the states oldest transporters, it certainly isn’t the only one, and in this issue of Alaska Business we also check in on the Marine Highway, Span Alaska, and the White Pass & Yukon Route. For those interested in Southeast, our focus on that region provides updates on Kensington Mine, Tongass FCU, the troll fishery, and Juneau’s growing landfill.