Linda Millard

Principal Architect


  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Oregon
  • Continuing Education in Sustainability & Historic Preservation


  • Registered Architect, Alaska: A-9533
  • Member, American Institute of Architects
  • NCARB Certificate Holder
  • LEED Accredited Professional


Linda Millard, principal architect at Millard + Associates Architects, has designed projects throughout Southeast Alaska for over 25 years which focus on sustainability and issues of site and context.  Her work seeks to improve the quality of life within our communities and create an authentic sense of place, and include a wide range of project types: arts and public facilities, mixed use development, historic renovations, and residential.

Linda’s interest and background in planning and waterfront development is influenced by the stunning landscape of Southeast Alaska and illustrated by the many projects in which she has played a major role. These include The Wharf: Waterfront Master Plan and Alaska Fish House Building in Ketchikan; master plan for visitor facilities at Totem Bight State Historic Park with Rim Architects; Metlakatla Longhouse Condition Survey; and “Revitalizing Ketchikan’s Neighborhoods: Newtown, Downtown, Oldtown.

Linda has shared her knowledge through active engagement and professional leadership, and is committed to advancing training and employment opportunities by providing internships to local youth seeking a career in architecture and the design fields. Her work has been recognized for design excellence by the American Institute of Architects, and published in a variety of publications including the Anchorage Daily News and Sustain Alaska Magazine. As a community member, Linda has been an active volunteer with the Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council, and is on the Board of Directors for the Ketchikan Tool Library and the Southern Southeast Alaska Building Industry Association.

Trekking through the south of France in 2018.