Construction

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July Issue 1 2014

MARAD seeks dismissal of port suit

The U.S. Maritime Administration asked a federal court to throw out the Municipality of Anchorage’s suit against the agency over its involvement in the city’s port expansion debacle.

Building sector maintains gains from 2013 June Issue 5 2014

Building sector maintains gains from 2013

Crews are busy across Alaska as the summer building season is in full swing.

June Issue 4 2014

Bering Straits Native Corp. seeks land for future Arctic port

The prospect of new port facilities in Western Alaska will rely heavily on Arctic oil and gas development, according to a recent Northern Economics study.

Breakwater next step in Seward marine development June Issue 4 2014

Breakwater next step in Seward marine development

The City of Seward is ready to jumpstart development that has been decades in the making.

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete June Issue 2 2014

Point Thomson-TAPS connection complete

At Point Thomson, it is $2 billion dollars down and $2 billion to go for ExxonMobil.

With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit June Issue 2 2014

With CD-5 half-built, judge faults Corps permit

A U.S. Alaska District Court judge has ruled that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not provide an adequate rationale for its decision to allow ConocoPhillips to proceed with road and bridge construction at its $1 billion CD-5 project in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.