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API 653 Safety Program

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI) was provided an opportunity to highlight our API 653 Tank Inspection Safety Program in the November 2018 Issue of the USACE Fuels MATOC Newsletter.

In the article Taylor Moore, EEI’s Safety Coordinator, describes how EEI establishes and enforces a safe working environment for performing tank inspections. Implementing a comprehensive safety program to support these critical Department of Defense assets is essential.

Check out page 4 and 5 of the attached newsletter.

EEI is Expanding!

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. is excited to announce the grand opening of our new office location at 3375 Koapaka Street, Suite B232, Honolulu, Hawaii.  The Hawaii team is growing and will complement the current offices in Alaska and Maine to better serve our clients. We look forward to using this new beautiful office location to expand our specialized fuel system engineering services.  This new location allows us to deliver rapid response to the mission of our clients and their projects throughout the Pacific Region and nearby Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.  If you are in Honolulu please feel free to stop by to say Aloha.

 

2017 VOA Grandfamilies

Employees at EEI and NVision Architecture teamed up to bring some Christmas joy to boys and girls in the Anchorage/Eagle River area by providing gifts for the Volunteers of America Alaska (VOAA) Grandfamilies program. For the past several years, EEI has had the privilege of collaborating with VOAA in their program to support grandparents raising grandchildren. We appreciate the work that VOAA is doing in our community. EEI is delighted by these expressions of generosity on the part of NVision Architecture and our staff. We wholeheartedly thank the individuals who participated this year.

 

 

2017 Polar Plunge

 

Two EEI employees, Taylor Moore (Santa suit) and Nick Homerding (Hawaiian shirt), participated in the 9th annual Polar Plunge at Goose Lake in Anchorage this past weekend. Teams braved the Alaska winter and jumped into the ice cold lake all in the name of raising money for a great cause – Special Olympics.  This years event drew a record number of jumpers at over 1,000 and was expected to raise over $300,000.

 

Congratulations to Nick Homerding on Passing the PMP exam

EEI is excited to announce that Nick Homerding, PE has passed the Project Management Professionals (PMP) exam. Nick is a Project Manager, Civil Engineer and Principal at EEI and has been with the firm for 9 years. Nick works on both commercial projects in Alaska as well as Government projects worldwide.

Susitna-Ridgeline Affordable Housing | Anchorage, Alaska

Susitna-Ridgeline is a new affordable housing community in East Anchorage that has helped relieve Anchorage’s housing shortage by providing affordable homes to more than 200 residents. The development covers 6 acres of land and includes 88 one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, a community center, and a playground. It provides Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessible pedestrian connectivity to neighborhood amenities and mass transit.

The driving challenge in any affordable housing development is to meet very restrictive budgets. The reality of the available costs to design and construct the Susitna-Ridgeline development created a need for EEI to apply existing engineering techniques in new and innovative ways. To meet this need, EEI successfully applied for three variances. Two variances were related to roadway design. The third was related to stormwater infiltration. All three variances were approved based on sound engineering investigations and applications. The variances, and other engineering innovations, saved the client more than $800,000 in construction costs and provided additional green space. In short, these savings made the Susitna-Ridgeline development a viable project.

EEI’s design alternatives can be applied to future housing developments in our community, allowing for more cost-effective housing to be constructed in Anchorage.