The 600 LF Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport HDD Water Project included the installation of a new 12-inch diameter water main under the jet aircraft ramp between the North and South Terminals. Horizontal directional drilling was chosen to minimize disruptive excavation in the busy aircraft ramp area. The new water main was installed under a 3-foot thick concrete slab and under numerous communication and fuel line utilities. Drilling work was successfully completed in 2008.
A full-service engineering firm that specializes in trenchless technology consulting and engineering services.
Condition assessments include investigations and evaluations of an existing utility system or pipe to document its condition or cause of problems.
Our services include water and sewer planning and design, landfill expansions, infiltration and inflow studies, permitting, and construction, administration and inspection. We are proud of our past projects that are constructed in rivers and marine locations.
Trenchless drilling is growing quickly in the Alaskan utility market. The construction or repair of water and sewer lines using trenchless methods can be cost-effective and feasible.