Notable project experience by Anthony prior to Stateline No. 7 Architects

Anthony R. Jacobsen, AIA

Brief Summary
Principal architect for  Stateline No. 7 Architects, Inc. with over fourteen years ofexperience as a project manager in a wide array of construction projects including: museums, professional buildings/offices, medical clinics, schools, retail, residential, industrial, historical, and other project types.


Masters of Architecture
Montana State University—Bozeman, Bozeman, Montana
2002 Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design
Montana State University—Bozeman, Bozeman, Montana
Professional Experience
Feb. 2008 to Present

Stateline No. 7 Architects, Casper, Wyoming:
Firm principal since 2017 and Involved in projects such as the $32 million and $15 million Wyoming Machinery projects in Gillette and Rock Springs, Hunting Energy, Casper College Miscellaneous As-Need Projects, Windsor Block Lofts, among others. Responsibilities include initial project organization, programming, economic pro forma, feasibility studies, site selection, construction cost estimates, architectural design, client review, contract document production, and contract administration.
Jul. 2002 to Feb. 2008 Williams & Associates Architecture, Inc., Spearfish, South Dakota:
Project manager responsible for design, coordination of consultants, construction document preparation, code review, illustrator, and construction administration.
May 2001 to Aug. 2001 Schlauch/Bottcher Construction, Inc., Bozeman, Montana:
Worked as carpenter while learning the basics of construction techniques and design.
Sept. 1997 to Apr. 2001 MSU-School of Architecture, Bozeman, Montana:
Printroom Manager responsible for supervising printing services, helping students plot and blueprint projects, and maintaining computers and software.

Memberships, Achievements, and Honors

▪ Member of the American Institute of Architects, National and Wyoming Chapters.
▪ Member and Certified with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
▪ City of Casper Historic Preservation Commission Board Member from 2008 to present
▪ MSU-Bozeman Deans List for six semesters from 1997 to 2001
▪ MSU-Bozeman Honors Roll for nine semesters from 1997 to 2001
▪ I.X.L. Scholarship for Architecture majors in 1999