Stine earns certification

Posted on July 11, 2013 

Jessica Stine

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The architecture and engineering firm of Livingston Slone, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jessica Stine has earned the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Certificate.  

The NCIDQ Certificate is a professional credential awarded to designers who demonstrate their competency and understanding in all areas of interior design.  Ms. Stine holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology and is working toward professional registration as an architect.

She has been with Livingston Slone since 2011 and is currently involved in projects for the Copper River Native Association, Blood Bank of Alaska, and UAA School of Engineering.  

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