1945 Foss Malcolm
The first partner in the firm was Mackay Malcolm who, along with his family arrived in Juneau in 1945. One of Mackay's most notable projects was the design of the Juneau Public Library (now the Juneau Douglas City Museum), which was funded in large part by fundraising efforts of the Juneau Rotary Club and constructed at a cost of $124,000 by the local firm of Triplette & Dalziel.
1935 HB Foss
In 1935 Harold Byron Foss at the age of 25 and a fresh graduate of the University of Washington, School of Architecture arrived in Juneau and opened an architectural practice known as the H.B. Foss Company. H.B. (or Hal as he was known) was actively involved in the design and construction industry that shaped the built environment in the Territory of Alaska. One of his earliest projects was the design and development of the 30 unit Fosbee Apartments located near the Governor's House.