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in the news

  • Congratulations on your licensure Heber!

    ajc is proud to announce the recent licensing of Heber Slabbert. With a Master’s degree in Architecture from Montana State University and over 12 years practicing architecture, Heber brings talent, a phenomenal attitude and an infectious work ethic to ajc. Heber’s skill set runs deep and is never fails to disappoint as ajc’s unofficial help desk. In as much as Heber is a resource to our internal team, he’s a client’s dream architect. An opportunity to work with Heber is…

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  • City Home Collective’s blog: “The Architecture A-List”

    ajc would like to thank the good folks at City Home Collective for their kind words and acknowledgement! City Home Property Consultant Paul Svendsen recently sat down with ajc’s Principal Architect Jill A. Jones for a tête–à–tête on who we are and what we do. Check out the the conversation here.

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  • High West Distillery and Reception Center, Most Outstanding Private Project Under $10M

    ajc won design accolades from Utah Construction & Design Magazine for High West Distillery and Reception Center. The High West Project won in the category of “Most Outstanding Private Project Under $10 Million” . ajc and our consultant team thank Brad Fullmer, Publisher/Managing Editor, at Utah Construction & Design Magazine for the acknowledgment. Check it out on YouTube.

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  • Utah State University Aggie Recreation Center Opens

    The new Aggie Recreation Center – a collaboration between ajc architects and HOK opened to students on November 19, 2015.

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  • Petzl North American Headquarters Competes in UK’s WAN Colour in Architecture Awards

    Color Focus Not only does colour influence the way in which we experience a structure, its intelligent use also helps to express the building’s identity and enhances its users involvement. The 2016 World Architecture News (WAN) Awards for Colour in Architecture we are set to celebrate colour and how it is expressed right across architecture. The team at WAN AWARDS are

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