Tag Archives: Planning/Concept/Competition


Alaska Airlines Hangar

Alaska Airlines is taking proactive steps to meet the evolving infrastructure needs of its hangar facilities for airside operations at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. With the planned inclusion of new Boeing 737-max aircraft to its fleet mix, larger models, as well as future considerations for wide body aircraft, the new 110,000 SF 2-bay hangar


West/Romig Master Plan

MCG, in collaboration with the planning team to create a comprehensive master plan for the renewal of this combined high school/middle school on a tight urban site. Addressing school needs in concert with community interests, this master plan completely reorganized the site providing improved access, additional parking and shared athletic facilities. Balancing the desire for


Buckner Fieldhouse

Buckner Fieldhouse is a physical fitness facility located on the Joint Base Elmendorf – Richardson (JBER) grounds. This project included the expansion of the existing building to include a new swimming pool (including water slide and moving water simulator), as well as support areas, such as shower, restroom and changing facilities. In addition, the project


UAA Honors College

Extensive growth and development of the UAA Honors College has resulted in the need for additional space for programmatic development and a formal home for the College. This design expanded the available classroom and office space for the growing program needs of Engineering, Construction Management, Nursing, Honors College, and associated GER programs. The additional space


UAA Native Arts Center

Our staff collaborated with prominent Alaskan artist Alvin Amason to create a dynamic concept for UAA’s Native Arts Program. Inspired by the traditional native boat and long house construction combined with the cultural importance of whales, the new instructional workshop was a dynamic intervention bringing the power of the Alaskan landscape and culture together in


airBaltic Airport Terminal

Our entry for this international competition explored the changing typology of international terminals and a unique approach to sustainability that integrates aesthetic and energy strategies. Based on the lush tree canopies of the area the concourses feature ‘living ceilings’ that cool and purify air while creating a calming dappled light reminiscent of a walk in


Ryan Middle School

This concept responded to a bold change in educational philosophy focused on technology, teamwork and transparency. The aging school lacked natural light and was in serious need of renovation, both architecturally and structurally. The dynamic renovated core speaks to the tenants of 21st century learning, technology integration, connected learning and collaboration.


Collins Construction Office Building

The new Collins Construction Office was a 5,000 sf commercial building with four offices, a conference room, a shop, and a vehicle maintenance garage. This facility had a contemporary design with natural light in each space. The interior lighting was uniquely placed throughout shelves to create ambiance glows without direct light. The building has passive


Wasilla Public Library

Through public meetings, MCG held a series of creative activities that engaged the building design committee to help the client communicate to us what they valued as individuals and as a community. These brainstorming sessions helped inform the design team of architectural possibilities and opportunities, helping to create a project that housed their identity. MCG