Service: Waterfront

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Haines Lands $20M Federal Grant to Replace its Freight and Fuel Dock

The Haines Lutak Dock replacement is a step closer to becoming a reality. R&M developed design alternatives for the dock replacement project and wrote the RAISE grant application.

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St. Paul Harbor Feasibility Study Project Video

Hear from R&M’s Project Manager, Grant Writer and Planner about R&M’s development of a planning study to identify improvements to St. Paul’s harbor facilities to meet current and future needs.

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Mike Adams Retires after 33 Years at R&M

After 33 years of dedicated service to R&M, Mike is setting his sights on a well-deserved retirement by spending more time doing the things he loves.

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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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Kim Nielsen, PE Retires; John Daley, PE Promoted

Kim Nielsen, PE recently retired from her position at R&M as Group Manager of Waterfront Engineering. In the wake of her departure, John Daley, PE will step into the position of Group Manager of Waterfront Engineering.

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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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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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Collaboration and Innovation: Sitka Gary Paxton Industrial Park Multi-Use Dock Design-Build

With the opening of a major new container terminal at Port Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Sitka has new opportunities as a regional freight sub-port to feed into the Prince Rupert facility. The Canadian port has become one of four major shipping gateways on the west coast and the shortest link between North America and […]

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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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GIS Asset Management System Concept Plan for the Port of Anchorage

The Port of Anchorage (POA) is Alaska’s premier import cargo hub and provides critical transportation infrastructure to Alaskans. More ships, tugs and barges come through the POA than any other deep-water port in the state, carrying 74 percent of all the waterborne freight and 95 percent of the refined petroleum products that enter Alaska. This […]

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