Jessica Cederberg Promoted to Architecture Manager at UMIAQ Design

Jessica CederbergUMIAQ Design is pleased to announce that Jessica Cederberg, AIA, has been promoted to Architecture Manager. In this role she will manage the Architecture Department and pursue opportunities that add to the company’s 40-year track record of successful projects throughout Alaska.

“Since Jessica joined us in 2019, she has built a reputation as a thoughtful architect who listens to clients and works collaboratively with team members, which results in successful projects,” said Wiley Wilhelm, UMIAQ Design’s General Manager. “Her leadership skills and creative vision are well suited to directing the architectural functions of the company.”

At UMIAQ Design, Jessica’s projects have included facilities in Utqiaġvik, Cordova, and Anaktuvuk Pass, along with work in Anchorage, Nuiqsut and Point Lay.

Jessica earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon, along with minors in interior architecture and art history. She is a licensed architect in Alaska and the state of Washington, and she is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).

Jessica’s activities outside of work highlight her dedication to art and architecture. She is president-elect of the Alaska chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). She has served as a Community Architect for the Municipality of Anchorage’s Public Art Committee, which implements the city’s 1% for Art initiative, since 2008. Finally, she has been a member of the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra board of directors since 2022.

About UMIAQ Design

UMIAQ Design, LLC is part of the UIC Commercial Services division of Ukpeaġvik Iñupiat Corporation (UIC), the Alaska Native Village Corporation based in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. UMIAQ Design provides professional architectural, civil and mechanical engineering, and surveying services, in addition to project management, for rural and urban projects throughout Alaska. It was established in 1982 as LCMF and became a wholly owned subsidiary of UIC in 1996.