Dean’s Newsletter: The University of Utah College of Architecture and Planning Recently announced their Distinguished and Young Alumni Award Winners – ajc’s Dijana Alickovic among Young Alumni Honorees
Dijana Alickovic is a Project Architect at ajc architects. She has worked on award-winning projects such as SLCC Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center and Ogden Weber Applied Technology College Bay 2; and is overseeing construction of the three Homeless Resource Centers in Salt Lake County. She focuses on bringing sustainable practices to her projects, including LEED certification and high-performance building standards. She graduated with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s Degree in Architecture at the University of Utah and has over a decade of professional experience in design. Dijana’s volunteer experience with nonprofit organizations, including From Houses To Homes in Guatemala, Habitat for Humanity, International Rescue Committee, NeighborWorks, Common Studio, and Epicenter, led her to develop a passion towards providing architecture for communities that have the greatest potential for social improvement from the built environment. She believes in giving back to the community and bringing the benefits of design to everyone.