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 →

16 Jul 2015
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UAA Bridge Steel Goes Up

Neeser Construction completed erection of the major steel components of the UAA Health Campus Pedestrian Bridge over the holiday break.  While perhaps a seemingly simple step in the process, placement of the center portion of the arch frame represents a critical milestone for the project and for the UAA campus as it branches south across Providence Drive, not.. read more →

07 Jan 2015
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UAA Bridge Steel Arrives

The buzz surrounding the new UAA Health Campus Pedestrian Bridge was tangibly elevated last week as the massive steel arches arrived on site.  Neeser Construction is performing field welding operations and preparing the steel in the campus parking lot beside the Wells Fargo Sports Complex and the new Engineering and Industry Building.  Erection of the arches is slated.. read more →

25 Nov 2014
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On the Boards – Seawolf Hockey

  As head coach Matt Thomas looks to continue his successful rebuild of UAA’s hockey program, Livingston Slone is busy rebuilding the home of Seawolf Hockey on campus – the Wells Fargo Sports Complex.  Renovations to the WFSC will be phased; the first step – a makeover of the UAA Hockey offices – was completed.. read more →

12 Sep 2014
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Blood Bank of Alaska Breaks Ground

On Thursday June 12th, the Blood Bank of Alaska (BBA) formally broke ground on a new home designed by Livingston Slone.  LSI joined BBA and other community members in celebrating this milestone at the site of the new facility directly across from Alaska Regional Hospital. BBA experienced rapid growth in the last 30 years, and the size.. read more →

16 Jun 2014
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Hugh Denny receives LSI Scholarship Award

Livingston Slone is pleased to announce that UAA graduate student Hugh Denny has been selected to receive the inaugural Livingston Slone Applied Research in Health Project Management Award.  His selection was jointly made by the Engineering, Science and Project Management (ESPM) and Public Health departments at UAA.  The award is made possible by Livingston Slone with the purpose of.. read more →

27 May 2014
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Robert Marshall Building Officially Opens Doors

On January 3rd, the Copper River Native Association hosted an Open House at the new Robert Marshall Building in Tazlina.  Though the facility has been open for business since October, the open house was the public’s first opportunity to explore the entire facility, see the new technology and equipment firsthand, and to meet the providers,.. read more →

07 Jan 2014
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LSI assists UAA in “Howliday” Greeting

With the right people and plenty of talent, Livingston Slone is rarely required to refuse a client’s request, no matter how complex or trivial.  Such was the case when UAA approached LSI to design a holiday greeting atop the new Engineering & Industry Building currently under construction on campus.  LSI’s team of design elves set.. read more →

16 Dec 2013
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Two LSI staff become Revit Certified Professionals

LSI is pleased to announce that Aiza Paulson, AIA and Heather Sealy, LEED GA are now Autodesk Revit 2014 Certified Professionals.  Autodesk Revit is the design industry’s cutting-edge building information modeling (BIM) software, and the credential of Revit Certified Professional identifies individuals who have demonstrated thorough knowledge and use of the software. Aiza and Heather successfully passed the certification exam while.. read more →

05 Dec 2013
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UAA EIB Steel Frame Tops Out

On December 6th, the University of Alaska Anchorage celebrated placement of the final piece of steel at the new Engineering & Industry Building.  The ceremony to mark the occasion saw the final structural beam – painted in UAA gold – lifted and placed by Neeser Construction.  Beforehand, ceremony attendees had the opportunity to sign the beam in permanent ink.  Livingston Slone.. read more →

21 Nov 2013
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