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Construction

Workforce Housing Needed

Workforce Housing Needed

In recent months, Alaska’s shortage of workforce housing, both market priced and affordable, has been thoroughly documented and well publicized.

Providence Drive Closed During Construction of Pedestrian Bridge

House-Passed Spending Bill Includes Key Measures Designed to Allow Employers and Employees to Protect Retirement Benefits

Construction Firms Add 20,000 Jobs in November as Sector's Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.5 Percent

ABC Predicts Continued Construction Industry Growth in 2015

Construction Spending in October Increases as Monthly Increase in Public-Sector Demand Out Paces Drop in Private Non-Residential Construction

Pfeifer Joins UIC

Pfeifer Joins UIC

Amendment 12 to the 2012-2015 STIP is open for public comment

Southwest Alaska Aviation Training

Southwest Alaska Aviation Training

Bethel, Alaska, is like no other place on earth. The community of seven thousand people is four hundred miles east of Anchorage on the delta of two immense rivers, the Yukon River and the Kuskokwim River.

Building Alaska’s Workforce

Building Alaska’s Workforce

While state lawmakers and energy companies work to develop a multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline, industry leaders and educators are building a different kind of pipeline.

Anchorage’s Title 21 Update

For roughly a dozen years, Anchorage municipal officials, residents, and elected and appointed citizens have been working to develop a new set of rules governing land use regulations, an updated version of Anchorage Municipal Code Title 21.

Handymen Soon to be Registered, Bonded in Alaska

Construction Employment Increased in 37 States and District of Columbia During the Past Year

Fairbanks’ Brice Brothers Awarded Alaska’s Top Honors in Construction

Fairbanks’ Brice Brothers Awarded Alaska’s Top Honors in Construction

Construction Backlog Indicator Reaches Another All-Time High

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