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Name: MRV Architects


Historical Note:

Operating from Juneau, Alaska and established in 1952, MRV Architects is one of the oldest and most stable architectural firms in Alaska. Since then the firm’s project undertakings include schools, museums, housing, hotels, libraries, and Native clan houses. MRV offers a wide range of professional services, including programming, planning, conceptual design, construction drawings, construction management, interior design and space planning. MRV Architects is a mid-sized firm with a consistent average of 10-12 employees. Principals Robert Minch and Paul Voelckers bring over 40 years of combined experience to the firm, and have extensive knowledge on local issues of climate, appropriate materials, and energy-conscious design. MRV has achieved a record of design distinction among Alaskan architects, with five top regional and state honor awards.

Source: MRV Website, accessed July 9, 2008: http://www.mrvarchitects.com/index.php






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