In Memoriam; Hugh Hardy, FAIA

We are saddened to note that an architect colleague and collaborator of ours died on March 17, 2017 in Manhattan, New York.  He was 84.  Hugh was one of three partners in Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer, the design architects for the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts (aka “the PAC”) for which Livingston Slone served as.. read more →

2017 Engineering Week, Projects of Excellence

Livingston Slone has the pleasure of working with many outstanding, award winning Engineers.  Recent accolades were given to two of our engineers for three of our projects. Congratulations to AMC Engineers for their award of 2017 Project of the Year for the Mechanical & Electrical Engineering of the UAA Engineering & Industry Building (EIB). AMC.. read more →

UAA Engineering & Industry Building & Parrish Pedestrian Bridge

Congratulations to our structural engineers Reid Middleton for their outstanding structural design of the UAA Engineering & Industry Building (EIB) and the Parrish Pedestrian Bridge. In January, both projects garnered the 2017 Silver Award in the Structural Systems category at the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) annual awards in Seattle. read more →

UAA Names Bridge in Honor of U-Med Visionaries

Last week, the University of Alaska Anchorage announced that the Health Campus Pedestrian Bridge has been formally renamed The Parrish Bridge in honor of Al and Ann Parrish.  Ann, a UAA grad, was the first female president of the University of Alaska Board of Regents, and was chair of the UA Foundation Board.  Al spent.. read more →

Robert Marshall Building earns LEED Silver

The Robert Marshall Building, the LSI-designed headquarters for the Copper River Native Association, has been awarded LEED Silver certification by the US Green Building Council.  LEED – the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design – is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building design strategies and practices.  The process of LEED certification begins at.. read more →

Brush Christiansen Hockey Center & Chuck Homan Ice Rink Opens Doors

With the makeover of the Wells Fargo Sports Center now complete, UAA hosted a public open house of the newly dedicated Brush Christiansen Hockey Center and Chuck Homan Ice Rink yesterday.  Attendees were able to get a peak at the new locker rooms, player training facilities, academic center, and new ice sheet.  These facilities greatly improve the.. read more →

Engineering Building Opens Doors

The much anticipated debut of the state-of-the-art Engineering and Industry Building at UAA was celebrated at a well attended ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, September 10th.  Speakers included Governor Bill Walker, Mayor Ethan Berkowitz, Senator Johnny Ellis, UA President Jim Johnsen, Chancellor Tom Case, Associate Vice Chancellor Chris Turletes, and mechanical engineering student, Joyell Acuna. The opening.. read more →

Seawolves Plug In New Ice Box

­A major objective of the Livingston Slone designed UAA Wells Fargo Sports Center Renewal, replacing the aging ice plant, was realized this week. The 40’ long x 21’ High, 75,000 lb, self-contained ice plant unit left Alberta, Canada late last week and arrived on two separate, wide-load trucks on Tuesday, August 25. Davis Constructors and.. read more →

A Bridge – From Vision to Reality

At Livingston Slone, our goal is simple: to help our clients realize their vision.  We are fortunate to design buildings at a time when technology – and more importantly, the ability to use it – can greatly assist in our delivery on that promise.  This technical know-how provides a bridge between an image or idea that exists in.. read more →

Alaska SeaLife Center Makes Top 10 List

Travel site TripAdvisor announced that the LSI-designed Alaska SeaLife Center is ranked ninth best aquarium in the United States as part of its 2015 Travelers’ Choice Awards.  TripAdvisor examined millions of reviews from travelers around the world over the last year to come up with its top 244 theme parks, zoos and aquariums. Winners were.. read more →