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R&M Expands Structural Engineering Group with Two New Hires

Jun Robinson and Joshua Chaney, PE recently joined R&M. Both professionals bring additional skills and expertise to R&M, expanding the firm’s structural engineering capabilities.

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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 Manager to Lead R&M’s Structural Engineering Group

Mark Anderson, PE joins R&M as Group Manager of Structural Engineering. He has 40 years of Alaskan experience in all aspects of structural engineering.

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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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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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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: Anchorage Bike Trail and Pedestrian Bridges

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 several bridge structures in the Anchorage area designed by R&M in the late 1970s. R&M has always believed strongly […]

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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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Replacing a WWII-Era Dock

BIORKA ISLAND DOCK REPLACEMENT The dock facility serving the Biorka Island NEXRAD installation is at the end of its service life. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is replacing the dock to allow continued use of this facility, as well as other activities on the island. R&M provided civil and geotechnical engineering, surveying and environmental services […]

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Investing in Airline Infrastructure Upgrades and Service Improvements

Work continues at Alaska Airlines facilities across the state as part of their $100 million investment in infrastructure projects. The airline’s 2020 Great Land Improvement Plan includes construction of a new $50 million maintenance hangar on track to be completed this fall, and upgrades to the 11 airport terminals the airlines owns and maintains. Alaska […]

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