Service: Geology

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R&M Expands Into Juneau With Addition of Amy Rodman, CESCL

Amy recently joined R&M as an Environmental Geologist in the firm’s Earth Sciences Department, resulting in the opening of a new office in Juneau. This expansion allows R&M to better serve their Southeast Alaska clients and provides new opportunities for growth.

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Vanessa Crandell Earns Certified Professional Geologist Certification

“Earning a CPG is an important stepping stone in my professional journey as it shows commitment and leadership skills,” said Vanessa.

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New Geotechnical Engineer Joins R&M

“We are thrilled to have Travis on our team. He brings with him a wide range of experience with geotechnical engineering and geology in Alaska. Travis’ past experience working on projects for the Alaska Railroad allowed him to jump right in and support our current projects with the ARRC.”

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Haines Beach Road Landslide – Geotechnical Investigation and Analysis

R&M provided geotechnical services to assess the landslide area and develop mitigation measures for future landslides to ensure the Haines community is aware of and prepared for future landslides, minimizing property damage and risk to residents.

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New Environmental Geologist Joins R&M

Vanessa is a talented environmental scientist with six years of experience. She will support contaminated site and geotechnical investigation work,

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Alex Brown Joins R&M’s Earth Sciences Department

As a Geologist, Alex will be responsible for subsurface investigation and site characterizations, materials site assessments, geologic mapping, engineering geology, aerial photo interpretation and geotechnical/environmental site investigations.

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Complex Connections

The Water Street Trestle #2 Reconstruction in Ketchikan was a technically challenging project perched on a steep cliff in a historical district and a dense, actively-used and space-constrained residential 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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R&M Through the Years: Hydroelectric Project Feasibility and Development Studies

In celebration of R&M’s 50th anniversary, we are taking a look back at the projects over the last five decades that made R&M into the firm it is today. This month we take a look at a couple hydroelectric projects in which R&M helped determine the engineering and economic feasibility of hydroelectric development during the […]

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R&M Through the Years: Building the Pipeline

In celebration of R&M’s 50th anniversary, we are taking a look back at the projects over the last five decades that made R&M into the firm it is today. This month we take a look at the various pipeline-related projects R&M completed during the 1970s. R&M’s involvement in the development and construction of the Trans-Alaska […]

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Accomplished R&M Leaders Retire After More than Four Decades with the Firm

After four decades at R&M, Senior Vice President of Earth Sciences Charlie Riddle, CPG and Group Manager of Structural Engineering Duane Anderson, PE have retired. “Congratulations to both Charlie and Duane on their well-deserved retirement! After these many years of working together, we will all need to adjust to the idea that they will no […]

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A New Resting Place for Interior-Based Alaskan Veterans

INTERIOR ALASKA VETERANS CEMETERY The Fairbanks area has the second densest population of veterans in Alaska, with an estimated 11,000 veterans residing within a 75-mile radius of the Fairbanks North Star Borough. These Alaskan veterans have limited options for burial in the state, both far from home. The nearest dedicated veterans’ cemetery is 350 miles […]

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