AMC welcomes Garett Rudisill back as an electrical engineering intern this summer. He recently completed his Sophomore year in Electrical and Computer Engineering at WSU. Garrett’s thrilled to be working at AMC for the summer, as he understands how valuable this internship experience will be when it comes to entering the job market in 2019/2020. He is eager to soak up all the knowledge he’ll gain by learning from the seasoned engineers here at AMC. When he’s not working and/or studying, he enjoys playing video games and tinkering with electronics and computers.
AMC is honored to have received the Project of the Year Award at the Anchorage Engineers Week Banquet for the UAA Engineering and Industry Building. We also received an Honor Engineering Excellence Award for the Blood Bank of Alaska.
We are excited to announce that Christian Dougherty has passed the NCEES Principles and Practice of Engineering Exam. Christian graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering. Christian stated, “Over the past 4 years, what I have enjoyed most at AMC Engineers is that no day is the same, and every project we work on has a unique set of challenges that keep everyday interesting. The most rewarding projects that I have been a part of have been the new UAA Engineering and Industry Building and the remodel of the existing UAA Engineering and Computation Building, in being able to give back to my alma mater to make sure that future engineering students have thebest opportunities available to them.”
It was an honor to celebrate Ken Ratcliffe’s 25th, Keith Confer’s 20th and Matt Olson’s 10th Anniversary. AMC truly appreciates these three and their dedication contributes to AMC’s success. Congratulations!
We are excited to welcome Sam Guzauskas as a Mechanical Engineer in Training. Sam graduated from UAA in May with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Sam is a lifelong Alaskan and graduated from East High School. During High School, he was an avid double bass player and was part of the Anchorage Youth Symphony for all four years. He was able to travel outside of the country with the group twice where he got to go to Australia and China. In Australia, he was able to play in the Sydney Opera House. Sam enjoys getting outside as much as possible. Sam enjoys camping, backpacking, hiking, biking, fishing and downhill and backcountry skiing. He also enjoys DIY home projects.
Congratulations David Boggs, PE, MS, CHC, for passing the Healthcare Constructor Examination. He is now recognized by the American Hospital Association as a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC).
After years of planning and designing, Ken Ratcliffe and Dave Shumway are at the grand opening of the new 118,000SF, State Library, Archives and Museum Building. This facility is designed to seamlessly join the unique and competing indoor environments of a library, archive and museum under one roof. http://m.juneauempire.com/local/2016-06-06/grand-slam-new-state-museum-opens#gsc.tab=0
Happy Anniversary Keith Confer.
Ken Ratcliffe and Deborah Morales are attending the LIGHTFAIR International 2016 in San Diego, CA. They are learning the latest innovative products and technologies that will define lighting design and integrated solutions for years to come.
Pat Cusick had the opportunity to meet Henry Thomas at the UAA scholarship recognition lunch. Henry previously received an AMC Engineering Dean’s Excellence Award. The award is designed to recognize academic excellence and potential success in the College of Engineering at UAA by providing financial assistance for tuition and other related education expenses to engineering majors through a generous four-year scholarship.