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.
The Alaska Railroad can sell up to $60 million in bonds to upgrade its cruise passenger dock and terminal facility in Seward, thanks to House Bill 127.
Work begins this summer on long-awaited improvements to Knik Goose Bay Road in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and Granite Construction gets to do the job.
Ahtna, the Glennallen-based Alaska Native regional corporation for the Copper River valley, hired several people for its construction subsidiary, Ahtna Global.
A vote by the board of regents means UAF may proceed with fundraising and design for the Troth Yeddha’ Indigenous Studies Center and Park.