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ICYMI: Alaska Legislature and NCAI take up resolutions of support for King Cove

Begich Says Spur Road Project Permit Vital, But More Progress Needed

ICYMI: The Dominion of Sally Jewell

Murkowski: People of King Cove Deserted by Federal Government

Murkowski: President’s Budget Features No Arctic Focus

Crude Crossing

Crude Crossing

One of Alaska’s biggest planned construction projects in 2014 will be largely out of sight. That’s because it’ll be on the bottom of turbulent Cook Inlet.

Committee Starts Work on Critical Arctic Infrastructure Legislation

ALASKA'S CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FORECAST UP 18 PERCENT TO $9.2 BILLION

Sustainable Arctic Construction: Challenges Inspire Creativity

Sustainable Arctic Construction: Challenges Inspire Creativity

I’m crouched under a building, trying to sketch the location of water and wastewater lines as the winds rattles the paper in my hands and snow skitters around me. Using a pencil is clumsy with gloves, but the day is too cold not to wear them. A few yards away the waves in Norton Sound pound on the seawall—the beach is completely submerged beneath the storm surge.

AGC: Congress Should Heed President's Call for Swift Action On Long-Term Transportation and Water Resources Bills

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