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Randall Rozier, AIA, is an entrepreneur and a registered architect in Alaska and Washington. He grew up in Salcha, Alaska and joined the Bettisworth North team in 2005, bringing with him a passion for design, project management, and local construction feasibility.
Randall received his formal architectural education from Lawrence Technological University in Michigan while receiving a hands on education through construction jobs and traveling through Europe and Central America to enrich his education and gain invaluable experience in design and planning.
Randall’s interest in community-minded projects has led him to manage, plan, and help design community buildings in and around Fairbanks, as well as throughout Alaska from Haines to St. Lawrence island. His designs include rural clinics, multi-use community buildings, urban medical clinics, senior housing, high-design lodges and guest rooms, workforce housing, retail spaces, schools, libraries, public safety facilities, and numerous projects in Denali Park, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and on several of Alaska’s military bases. Some of his most prominent work includes Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks, Holland America Princess Denali expansion, St. Lawrence Island Health Clinics, and Tanana Chiefs Conference Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center.
Randall’s expertise is in building envelope design, program development, site planning, construction administration, facility condition evaluations, and facility upgrade feasibility. As the project manager, Randall leads teams of professionals from pre-design through construction, maintaining collaboration between the client and contractor. He is recognized within the Alaska building community as the point of contact providing pragmatic, yet elegant solutions in a timely manner.
Active in the Alaska Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Northern Section, Randall is also a member of the Leadership Fairbanks 2019-2020 class and on the board of directors for the Folk School of Fairbanks. He lives in Fairbanks with his wife Brittany, also an architect, and the two are building a new home together, looking forward to investing in the future of Fairbanks.