Resource Information Center (RIC) Library

Welcome to Alaska Housing’s Resource Information Center (RIC). The RIC is a resource and information center that maintains materials on residential and commercial buildings for individuals with skills and abilities of all levels. It doesn’t matter if you rent or own, an apartment, condo, house or a commercial building. We have information for individuals, students, professional builders, building mangers or building maintenance staff. The RIC has information on remodeling, energy efficiency, the environment, sustainability, building components, renewables, building codes, commercial building, building monitoring, Alaska Statutes and much more.

RIC Resources Online »​​​​​

The link above will provide a list of available materials and books by typing in the subject, title or author. To search for an online topic, type in the subject, followed by the word “web” (i.e. windows web). This will then provide a list of links for the information available online through the RIC. The RIC houses over 9,000 books, manuals, magazines, visual/audio materials and internet links. Materials may be checked out in person or mailed.

The booklets below provide a quick reference guide for residential and commercial buildings. The Strategic Energy Management Practices manual is a in depth guide for building owners and building managers.

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For information or technical assistance on Alaska Housing’s energy programs along with other energy and construction information please contact Energy Information Specialist Carolyn Ramsey.

Contact: For questions and appointments, call or email

Carolyn Ramsey
907-330-8166 (Anchorage)
800-478-4636 (statewide)

RIC Location

Alaska Housing Headquarters
4300 Boniface Parkway
Anchorage, AK 99504

Mailing Address

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Resource Information Center
P.O. Box 101020
Anchorage, AK 99510-1020

Disclaimer

The information and materials provided by the Alaska Housing Resource Information Center (RIC) are not comprehensive and do not necessarily constitute an endorsement or approval but are intended to provide a starting point for research. Always check applicable codes and standards.


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