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Away from Home Rendering of CH2M’s new Arctic Oilfield Hotel in Deadhorse.

When you work in the rugged climate of Alaska’s North Slope, having a comfortable, modern place to rest is a necessity. At Brooks Camp, each sound insulated room includes a private bathroom, rocker recliner,

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quality for long-term housing for our employees,” she says. “Our employees live up there year-round 365 days a year. They’re on a rotation but they work year-round, it’s their home. For a lot of them they are there more than at their ‘home-home’ away from work and they deserve some privacy, and some respect, and some amenities that a lot of that temporary housing in Deadhorse doesn’t provide.” CH2M strived towards providing a camp up to today’s standards of living with amenities taken for granted while still ensuring a cost-efficient solution, especially considering today’s oil prices. Working closely with all contractors from designers to builder and installers was the key to deliver a highwww.akbizmag.com

• Hot Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner • 24-Hour Spike Room • Free Wi-Fi • Exercise Room & Pool Tables • Conveniently located in Deadhorse • Environmentally designed

For availability and rates: 907.659.6233 brookscampmanager@brooksrangesupply.com

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