We are very pleased to wish a happy 10th anniversary to Aaron Jordan (Senior Electrical Engineer), Russ Peters (Senior Mechanical Engineer) and Marlon Lontoc (CAD Specialist). This is a great occasion and completing 10 years is an indeed a great achievement. AMC truly appreciates these guys and their dedication contributes to our success. Congratulations!
Looks like the President wanted to join the SMPS Alaska Chapter for the 2016 Pacific Regional Conference in Palm Springs 🙂
We are excited to announce Kristina Storlie has joined the AMC team. Kristina joined the mechanical department as an Engineer Intern. She has spent the last 3 years working for the Anchorage School District and is in her last semester at UAA. She is excited to graduate from UAA this year and to be a part of the AMC team. When she is not working or studying, she enjoys running marathons, triathlons, backpacking, skiing, cooking and reading.
AMC is pleased to announce that Nathan Swetzof has joined our team. Nathan graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Alaska Anchorage in May of 2013. Since graduating, his experience has been in the oil and gas industry working primarily on oil production and refining projects. He is excited to join the AMC team and he’s looking forward to having an impact on the continued development of the state’s infrastructure through the variety of projects AMC participates in. In his free time, Nathan enjoys biking, playing ultimate Frisbee, and just catching up on his favorite TV shows.
AMC Congratulations Ken Ratcliffe; he has been with AMC 24 years! Ken joined AMC in 1991, shortly after graduation from Oregon State University. He became AMC Engineer’s Vice President in 2012.
Dave Boggs celebrated his 25th Anniversary at AMC!