PND Engineers Inc. is taking issue with the results of a CH2M Hill study done for the Municipality of Anchorage that concluded PND’s Open Cell Sheet Pile bulkhead design is not suitable for the Port of Anchorage expansion project.
A state senator on April 8 questioned the judgment of a Senate Finance Committee co-chair in advancing an amended version of a state permitting bill.
Fisheries studies are under way on the Susitna River north of Talkeetna as part of the regulatory process for the proposed Susitna-Watana Hydro project.
The Municipality of Anchorage is slowly realizing the challenges it faces in fixing the broken down project to expand its port.
University of Alaska Fairbanks and UA Anchorage will both break ground on new engineering buildings on their campuses very soon thanks to the initial investment made by the legislature.
JUNEAU — A legislative hearing on a bill allowing the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. to start lending to developers of multi-unit housing projects that include commercial businesses prompted an investigation of the Inlet Tower apartments in Anchorage for what appear to be very public and advertised violations of two provisions of its loan agreement.
All three bids received to build a new Kodiak High School have come in over what the Kodiak Island Borough School District had estimated.
The upcoming construction season should be a busy one in Alaska.
On the same day the Anchorage Assembly was presented with construction options for the Port of Anchorage expansion project, the Municipality of Anchorage filed a formal complaint in state court against three firms hired to work on the now suspended project.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is continuing to fight a Feb. 5 Department of the Interior finding that threatens to kill a proposed emergency access road between the villages of King Cove and Cold Bay on the Alaska Peninsula.