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Construction

Murkowski: “One Step Closer to the Last Honeybucket”

USDA Announces Funding to Improve Rural Water Systems Nationwide and Upgrade Water Infrastructure in Rural Alaska Villages

Eighty-Three Percent of Construction Firms Report Having Trouble Finding Qualified Workers to Meet Growing Demand for Construction Services

Construction Employment Increased in 39 States During the Past Year

Construction Materials Prices Inch Down in September

Kuukpik Corp. holds groundbreaking for new office building in Midtown Anchorage

Kuukpik Corp. holds groundbreaking for new office building in Midtown Anchorage

AIDEA Finances Alaska Pacific University Energy Projects

Construction Employers Add 16,000 Jobs in September, 230,000 for the Year as Sector's Unemployment Rate Declines to 7.0 Percent, a Seven-Year Low

Construction Employment Increases in 220 Out of 339 Metro Areas Between August 2013 & 2014 as Construction Spending Climbed 5 Percent for the Year

Golder Associates Inc. New Hire

Cruz Construction

Cruz Construction

Thirty-five years of construction experience in remote sites in Alaska has given Dave Cruz no shortage of stories to tell. He worked on the trans-Alaska oil pipeline and helped build the oilfields at Prudhoe Bay. Then he and his wife, Dana, started Cruz Construction, which under the umbrella of Cruz Companies, has grown to be one of the largest in Alaska.

Indigenous Building Techniques

Indigenous Building Techniques

Alaska has the toughest winter weather in the United States; and Fairbanks “enjoys” one of the more unforgiving climates in the state. Temperatures there can drop below minus fifty degrees in winter and soar above one hundred degrees in the summer.

Builders Choice Hires New Business Development Manager in Anchorage

Builders Choice Hires New Business Development Manager in Anchorage

Construction Association to Provide Highway Work Zone Safety Training Program Thanks to New Federal Grant

Chouest Announces Brazil Port Facility

Chouest Announces Brazil Port Facility

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