Everything is engineered. Different projects require different types of engineers: civil, environmental, electrical, mechanical, structural, and sustainable to name just a few. Total project management encompasses planning, design, and construction, and these services are provided by an array of quality engineering firms throughout Alaska.
Latest Engineering News
PDC Engineers announced its acquisition by RESPEC, a global leader in geoscience, engineering, data, and integrated technology solutions based in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Stantec was recognized by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society as one of the Top 50 STEM Workplaces for Indigenous STEM professionals.
John Oldfield has been promoted to Senior Project Manager in the Anchorage office. Since joining the firm, Oldfield has taken on project management responsibilities for residential, warehouse, municipal, and remodel projects throughout Alaska.
Mark D. Anderson recently joined R&M Consultants as the firm’s Group Manager of Structural Engineering. Anderson has forty years of Alaska experience…
Lisa Morris recently joined R&M Consultants as a Graphic Designer in the firm’s Marketing Group. Morris will be responsible for providing print…
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Signs at a local rally communicated the regional communities’ need of support from the state and federal government for mandated testing, enforced quarantine, increased healthcare capacity, and adequate evacuation plans in the event of an outbreak for the best line of defense to combat COVID-19 in Bristol Bay.
Sand Point Services completed a thirty-seven-bed, non-acute, Level 3, infectious COVID-19 patient care facility in two weeks, ahead of schedule and under budget.
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The Unbroken Supply Chain
Alaskans have some experience both with isolation and sudden emergencies. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, seasonal flooding, and wildfires seldom schedule their arrival. And while emerging technology and developing infrastructure have allowed Alaska to become more connected, as Alaskans we know we’re still at the end of the road—even more so for those living beyond the road in Alaska’s remote communities.