Andy Simasko


Principal Architect

Secretary / Treasurer

Wasilla, Alaska

With over four decades in architectural service, Andy has spearheaded a myriad of in Alaska, Montana, and several Federal projects across the United States. His comprehensive approach encompasses the entire lifecycle of a project, from its conceptual phase and programming to the design execution, culminating in the creation of construction documents and provision of construction administration support. His portfolio is both expansive and diverse, featuring industrial endeavors, master planning, medical facilities, military installations, educational hubs, commercial spaces, historical renovations, accessibility enhancements, varied housing projects, and public safety infrastructures.

Within the esteemed corridors of Architects Alaska, as a Principal Architect, Andy steers the design team with a meticulous hand, ensuring exceptional performance at every turn.

Outside his architectural pursuits, Andy’s commitment to the community is both deep-rooted and multifaceted. Recognized alongside his wife with the Palmer Chamber of Commerce Pioneer Award, his civic engagements also include a tenure on the Helena YMCA Board of Directors. His passion for nurturing the next generation is evident through his dedicated 12-year stint coaching youth soccer. And when the winter months roll in, you can find him on the slopes, serving as a part-time ski patroller with the Alyeska Resort Patrol.