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square feet of new construction and 90,000 square feet of renovations to the high school, with sixty-seven workers at peak construction. The $9.5 million Alaska Vocational Technical Center Renovation and Addition project in Seward was in closeout in March at about 90 percent complete, and Watterson expects to complete it by summer. Watterson began the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development project last summer, with twenty-five workers at peak construction.




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The $12 million Wasilla Public Library will see Cornerstone General Contractors installing unitized curtain wall panels until mid-March. Cornerstone will also start installing finishes on the interior portions of the building including the concrete fireplace surround tape and paint, all custom wood work, and floorings. The new 23,380-square-foot City of Wasilla project saw commissioning start in early March, and in April the team will continue the exterior hardscapes and site lighting before it hands over the keys on June 1. The project was designed by ECI/Hyer with mechanical and electrical engineering provided by AMC Engineers, with sixty workers at peak construction. The $42 million Parks Highway MP 44.5 to MP 48.8 Reconstruction project from Church Road to Pittman Road began in November 2015. The ADOT&PF project upgrades the existing two-lane road to a fourlane divided highway with at-grade intersections every half mile and full-length lighting. Frontage roads and pedestrian pathways will be reconstructed and relocated along the length of the project with a new bridge over the Alaska Railroad. ADOT&PF expects Knik Construction to complete the project in summer 2017. The two-phased, 3.6-mile Bogard Road Extension East with separated pathways in Palmer provides an additional east-west traffic corridor for moving traffic through the core area of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Both borough project phases were designed by DOWL and are expected to be complete in June. Scarsella Brothers, Inc. began the $20.4 million Bogard Road Phase I project from the Glenn Highway to Palmer High School in August 2014, with about forty workers at peak construction. Ahtna began the $7.9 million Bogard Road Phase II project from Palmer High School to Colony Middle School last June, with about thirty-five workers at peak construction. The $6.9 million Mack Road Extension

Alaska Business Monthly | March

Alaska Business Monthly March 2016  
Alaska Business Monthly March 2016  

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