BRYCE K. KLUG
Bryce K. Klug, AIA NCARB LEED AP BD+C
Bryce Klug, a lifelong resident of Alaska, has developed an appreciation for Alaska’s unique climate and a personal conviction to achieve the highest quality architecture for our environment. His 35 years of experience includes numerous building types throughout the state, with a large number of them being community, academic, and office buildings.
His strong skills in production and project management enable projects to be completed in a timely and cost-effective manner, while also meeting specific owner-requested aspects such as durability, energy efficiency, flexibility, and expansion capability.
He is fully committed to RIM Architects’ policy of incorporating sustainability into all projects and was one of the first architects in Alaska to become a LEED Accredited Professional. Bryce serves on Anchorage’s Historic Preservation Commission and brings significant experience in historic preservation projects in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
Education: Bachelor of Architecture, University of HAWAI’I
Interests: oUTDOORS, BIKING, SKIING, SPENDING TIME AT FAMILY CABIN