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R&M Presents to UAF ASCE Student Section About Nome Airport Rehabilitation Project

Project Engineer Matt Majoros, PE and Geotechnical Engineer Brian Mullen, PE presented to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Student Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers on April 20th about the Nome Airport Rehabilitation Project.

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Alaska Runway Settlement Issues Required Unique Deep Ground Improvement Solution – Part 2

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) selected a pipe pile-based column-supported embankment alternative as the most viable solution to mitigate long-term settlement issues at the west end of Runway (RW) 10-28 at Nome Airport. The first structure of its kind installed beneath an airport runway in Alaska, this innovative design solution provides long-term stabilization for the runway surface.

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Alaska Runway Settlement Issues Required Unique Deep Ground Improvement Solution – Part 1

How did steel piles make their way into an airport runway design? Typically used as a deep foundation for bridges, docks and other facilities, steel pipe piles were selected to form a column-supported embankment underlying portions of the main runway serving Nome. The first structure of its kind installed beneath an airport runway in Alaska, this innovative design solution provides long-term stabilization for the runway surface.

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Newtok Airport Relocation – Mertarvik 3D Flythrough

Animated 3D flythrough of the proposed Mertarvik Airport site. Prepared by R&M for the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities.

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Robert Colles, PE Earns Professional Civil Engineering License

“I’m proud to have obtained my PE license. I look forward to taking a larger role in managing and leading designs to ensure the success and satisfaction of our clients, and serving as a mentor for junior staff.”

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Drey Antonio, EIT Joins R&M’s Airport Engineering Group

Drey will assist with planning and design of civil engineering projects, with an emphasis in analysis and design for airport and other civil engineering-related work.

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Bethel Airport Main Runway Reconstruction

These improvements ensure this regional hub can accommodate growing aviation demand while serving countless Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Communities that depend on reliable air transportation.

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R&M Names New Vice President and Group Manager

R&M has named Tim Grier, PE Vice President of Engineering, with Lance Debernardi, PE taking over as Group Manager of Surface Transportation.

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New Group Manager Takes on Airport Engineering Group

Carla has 18 years of Alaskan engineering experience, with 12 of those years at the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities serving as a Designer, Project Engineer and Manager on aviation and roadway projects in rural and urban Alaska.

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R&M Through the Years: Bethel Airport Improvements

The updated facilities, as well as the new infrastructure, will serve the Bethel community and Western Alaskan Region for years to come, accommodating the many cargo and passenger needs of this area.

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R&M Projects, History and Notable Alumni

R&M celebrated our people, projects and partners during our 50th anniversary party on July 12. We had several project, history and R&M alumni banners throughout the event space.

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Felipe Ruiz, EIT Joins R&M’s Waterfront and Structural Engineering Groups

Former intern Felipe Ruiz, EIT recently joined R&M as a full-time Staff Engineer in the firm’s Waterfront and Structural Engineering Groups. As part of these groups, Felipe will be involved with civil and structural design of port and harbor development, airport and utility projects. His responsibilities include civil and structural analysis, load calculations, modeling and […]

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