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State of Alaska Proposes Major Overhaul of Seward Highway Intersection Near Girdwood

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is developing an interchange at the Seward Highway outside Girdwood. R&M is the prime consultant for this reconfiguration project.

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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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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 Through the Years: Seward Highway Reconstruction MP 54.8-59.3 – Canyon Creek Bridge

R&M designed 4.5 miles of road improvements, a new 885’ bridge crossing over the creek, scenic overviews, rest areas and trailhead amenities.

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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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Overcoming Challenging Conditions with Innovative Culvert Design

NENANA LITTLE GOLDSTREAM CREEK BRIDGE REPLACEMENT The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is replacing the structurally deficient Little Goldstream Creek Bridge on a section line easement road near Nenana. The bridge was classified as scour critical by DOT&PF, which means the bridge foundation is susceptible to undermining and instability due to scour. […]

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Connecting Alaskan Communities: Nanwalek-Port Graham Airport Relocation

Located near the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula, the villages of Nanwalek and Port Graham are mainly accessed by aircraft. Currently, the two Alaska Native villages have separate airports, both of which have several safety issues and do not meet FAA standards. This includes the existing runways not being adequate to accommodate the range […]

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Mentoring Today’s Youth for a Better Tomorrow

“Be the person you needed when you were younger” – ASD Gifted Mentorship Program A few months ago, the Anchorage School District (ASD) Gifted Mentorship Program contacted R&M. They were looking for a professional to mentor a tremendously motivated South High School junior, Elena Kamal, with a shared passion for making this world a better […]

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Terry Gryting, EIT Joins R&M’s Water Resources Group

Former R&M intern Terry Gryting, EIT recently joined R&M CONSULTANTS, INC. (R&M) as a full-time Staff Engineer. Terry joined R&M’s Water Resources Group in May 2017, after graduation from the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. As part of this group, she will assist with water resources design, and provide […]

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Cold Bay Crosswind Improvements Design Services

The Cold Bay Airport is a regional airport hub serving the communities of Cold Bay, Sand Point, King Cove, False Pass and Nelson Lagoon. These communities are geographically remote and not accessible by road. As a result, the airport has become their transportation lifeline, providing the primary means for passenger transportation, mail/cargo delivery, medevac and […]

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Rapidly Growing West Anchorage Neighborhood Gets Much Needed Infrastructure Improvements

Anchorage’s Sand Lake area is finally getting some much needed infrastructure upgrades. The final phase of the West Dimond Boulevard Upgrade project, which has been the works for the past 11 years, began construction this past May. In 2005, the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) and R&M Consultants, Inc. (R&M) commenced design work on this project. […]

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