Delta Constructors and Calista Corporation finalized an agreement to expand development of the construction trades workforce.
The National Defense Authorization Act authorizes $100 million for extending the JBER runway and $68 million for a dormitory at Clear Space Force Station.
A 300-foot control tower planned for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport will surpass the ConocoPhillips Alaska Building as the state’s tallest inhabited structure.
The structural portion of building the new Auke Bay Integrated Science Building at UAS formally concluded on October 31, 2022, with a “Sign the Beam” ceremony.
A $28.2 million federal grant lets three Prince William Sound communities modify docks to enable newer state ferries to serve them.
The Municipality of Anchorage has a $68.7 million grant from the US Department of Transportation to permanently fix the north end of the city-owned Port of Alaska.
A few Alaska researchers are working to create insulation made from biological materials that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
Habitat for Humanity of Anchorage is teaming up with appliance maker Whirlpool Corporation to build an energy-efficient, climate resilient home.
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe recently celebrated the grand opening of its new educational campus in Kenai, designed with cultural values in mind.
Concrete structures can last a lifetime or, in the case of the Roman Pantheon and Colosseum, outlast the culture that built them. Despite its staying power, manufacturers and mix-designers are always looking for ways to improve concrete for enhanced performance and environmental sustainability.