R&M researched and compiled documents relating to the basis of right of way for a portion of the Glacier Highway that had been constructed in the 1920s and maintained and improved with federal, Territorial and State money for nearly 100 years. There had long been questions related to the basis of right of way, as the road had been in the Tongass National Forest for many decades. R&M was able to provide the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities with documentation to support the right of way width shown on Bureau of Public Roads construction plans before Statehood.