TIM WHITELEY, AIA
University of Oregon
Bachelor of Architecture
minor in Historic Preservation
Tim has worked in the architectural field in Alaska since 1992. He was first employed by the National Park Service in Anchorage to document historic structures for the Historic American Building Survey. NPS projects included drawing the salmon cannery complex in the village of Kake on Kuiu Island in Southeast Alaska, as well as work in Skagway.
He moved to Ketchikan in 1996. Since then, he has been active in many non-profit organizations within the local community, including KRBD Radio Board of Directors, Ketchikan Yacht Club’s Wednesday night sailing, and the Ketchikan Public Utilities Advisory Board. Prior to moving to Ketchikan he volunteered with Habitat for Humanity Anchorage, designing the first houses that organization constructed in Anchorage. He currently serves as the Southeast Chair on the American Institute of Architects Alaska Chapter’s Executive Board, and is the Cub Scout Master for Pack 4 in Ketchikan.