Skagway Brewing Company

Kevin Jeffrey Commercial

Skagway Brewing Company Skagway Brewing Company’s new facility is one of the largest of its kind in Alaska. The facility is three levels and just above 18,000sf of restaurant, two bars, merchandise store, industrial brewing area, aeroponics grow room, and office space. This large project needed to carefully fit into Skagway’s Historic District. Complicated building code requirements such as attaching …

Kicha Elder Housing

Zane Jones Alaska Native, Civic, Commercial, Housing, LEED Certified Leave a Comment

KICHA Elder Housing is a two-story residential complex in Ketchikan designed specifically for seniors. The design was conceived with efficiency and affordability in mind, but also with an eye to quality and comfort. A central courtyard creates a community feel, and each of the twelve units comes with a view. The building is detailed with a high efficiency envelope, radiant …

Dawson Construction Office Building

Zane Jones Commercial, Offices, Renovation Leave a Comment

Dawson Construction asked MRV to complete renovation design for their new headquarters located in Juneau. Dawson acquired an old metal building seeing potential and approached MRV on making it a reality. The renovation brings together the Dawson yard, prefabrication shop and office together on one property. The building includes office space, large conference rooms, and an additional Training and Development …

Evergreen Building

Zane Jones Commercial, LEED Certified, Offices, Renovation Leave a Comment

The Evergreen Building was awarded LEED Silver in 2008, and was the first private building in Alaska toearn LEED certification. Commissioned and designed by MRV President Paul Voelckers, the project was acomplete remodel of an existing medical office. The structure now has a second story, two commercialground floor office spaces, and three high-end apartments upstairs. This building -our own- reflects …

Soldotna Visitor Center

Zane Jones Civic, Commercial, Tourism Leave a Comment

Soldotna Visitor Center MRV initially worked with the Foraker Group to conceptually study and cost estimate a Visitor Center for Soldotna. MRV Architects has assisted on this project through Programming, Conceptual Design, and Schematic Design. The overall size totals 9,800 sf. with an 1,800 sf. alternative including a large primary meeting and ballroom space, smaller break-out spaces, including an active …

Eaglecrest Cabin

Zane Jones Civic, Commercial, Housing, Tourism Leave a Comment

The Eaglecrest Hilda Dam Cabin is a pro bono design for the Juneau Community Foundation. It first opened Saturday September 28th, 2019 with a big celebration and ribbon cutting. MRV is proud to have been the architects selected. The design by architect Zane Jones of MRV was selected from a friendly competition among local architects. Huge thanks to an amazing …

Kasaan Eco-lodge

Zane Jones Alaska Native, Commercial, Tourism Leave a Comment

MRV Architects and our engineering team have completed full construction documents for a cultural facility and eco-lodge for the Organized Village of Kasaan, a small Haida village on the eastern shore of Prince of Wales Island. Funding for construction has not yet been secured. The 15,300 sq.ft building has two stories and a partial basement, located on a prominent hillside …

Alaska Ocean Center

Alaska Ocean Center

Zane Jones Civic, Commercial, Master Planning, Tourism, Waterfront Design Leave a Comment

The Alaska Ocean Center is a proposed facility to be located on the site of the old “Subport”, a prime piece Juneau waterfront adjoining the Coast Guard Facilities in the “Willoughby District” downtown.  The property, currently owned by Alaska Mental Health Land Trust, has long been identified for prime waterfront development. The proposed design is a single-story facility, show-casing the …

Instructional Arts Campus, Sealaska Heritage Institute

Zane Jones Alaska Native, Commercial, Tourism Leave a Comment

MRV Architects has performed Schematic design for a proposed Arts Instructional Campus for the Sealaska Heritage Institute.  This innovative project will transform an existing surface parking lot at a key location in Downtown Juneau fronting the Walter Soboleff Building into a multi-use arts plaza.  Proposed improvements would provide a combination of open space, covered flexible-use buildings, and instructional spaces. To …