DOWL HKM Celebrates 50 Years in Alaska
Alaska-based Company Celebrates 50 Years in Business
(Anchorage - May 3, 2012) DOWL HKM is celebrating its half-century mark in 2012 and is holding an open house at their office at 4041 B Street to commemorate the event on May 3, 2012 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a brief presentation slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. Invited guests and credentialed members of the press are invited to attend. Members of the press are encouraged to RSVP to Jennifer Payne at 562-2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All three of DOWL HKM’s presidents, Lew Dickinson, Mel Nichols and current President Stewart Osgood, will be in attendance.
DOWL HKM started in Anchorage in 1962 and has grown to a firm with 18 offices in 6 western states. The firm has grown through organic growth and mergers but the overall goal of positively shaping the world with exemplary professional service, remains the same.
DOWL HKM operates in Alaska, Arizona, Montana, North Dakota, Washington and Wyoming. DOWL HKM provides civil, transportation and structural engineering; environmental services; land use and transportation planning; geotechnical engineering; water resources planning and design, materials testing and special inspections; landscape architecture; real estate services; land survey; and construction management and project administration. DOWL HKM is an Alaska Native-owned company (NANA Development Corporation owns 51%) and serves a wide range of clients, including private developers and land owners; federal, state and local governments; and architects, construction contractors and other engineering firms. DOWL HKM is headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska.
For more information about DOWL HKM, please visit the website at www.dowlhkm.com.
Posted: April 25, 2012