Jobe is a licensed architect and fourth generation Alaskan who brings a sophisticated approach to design with thoughtful and viable architectural solutions. He provides high energy-efficiency designs to reduce clients’ operational costs and to reduce global impacts. His process begins with understanding the clients’ goals and designing architecture solutions that are site specific and user specific to supports these goals. For architecture to be long lasting, he understands that a project’s design and execution must be inspirational and functional. Jobe loves utilizing both art and science to provide meaningful architecture, and his favorite Alaska project is the Joann A Alexie Memorial School in Atmautluak.