Bristol Bay Native Corporation Building

"Black stone towers represent the black sand of the Bristol Bay region and are designed with a high level of finishing to be used often and connect the separate entities."



Architects: KPB Architects

Developer: Venture Development Group, LLC

Contractor: Neeser Construction, Inc.

Mechanical Engineer: Jernstrom Engineering

Civil Engineer: Coffman Engineers

Structural Engineer: Engineering and Development Services, Inc.

Electrical Engineer: EIC Engineers


This project was designed to bring Bristol Bay Native Corporation and its subsidiaries together under one roof.

The site was selected for its abundance of birch trees, many of which were carefully preserved and incorporated into the landscape plan. Large boulders outside flow into the atrium area and connect the land to the building, with the red granite exterior symbolizing the tundra of the region.

The large two-story atrium acts as the gathering space, the living room for its users, and large expanses of glass invite the community to experience the building and the culture through art displays located in the atrium. 

The board room takes in the magnificent view of the Chugach Mountains. It was important to the shareholders that the building be modern and elegant, but not extravagant. The result is a project that incorporates the values of the shareholders and celebrates the Bristol Bay region and their cultural roots.