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Rilke Schule German School | Anchorage, Alaska

Rilke Schule German School | Anchorage, Alaska

Rilke Schule German School for the Arts & Sciences is one of the largest public schools in Anchorage, and is the only German immersion school in the state for kindergarten through 8th grade. Before their new building was completed, the over 500 students and faculty members were split up in several different locations, and their facilities lacked basic health and safety features. EEI’s...

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Repair Pipeline and Pump Station 2 | DFSP Hachinohe, Japan

Repair Pipeline and Pump Station 2 | DFSP Hachinohe, Japan

As a prime contractor to NAVFAC EXWC, EEI provided a rapid assessment of the damage caused by the 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami in northern Japan. Not only was the damage from the tsunami devastating to the community, it also severely damaged the DFSP Hachinohe fuel terminal, pump houses, and associated parallel 16-mile resupply pipelines and booster pumphouses. The storm surge and...

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We’re Moving!

The staff in the Maine office are getting new digs! We spent the previous 14 years in a building across from the LL Bean flagship store in Freeport—and our old office served us well. We made great memories and tackled a lot of fun projects, and we’re excited to make more good memories in our new space. Our new office is larger and has more natural light. It’s near some of...

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Ravens’ Roost Cohousing | Anchorage, Alaska

Ravens’ Roost Cohousing | Anchorage, Alaska

The Ravens’ Roost Cohousing (RRC) is an award-winning project and the first of its kind for Alaska. It’s unique in that the future residents are the developers. The RRC owners are people from many diverse walks of life, previously unknown to one another, who came together to form a development Limited Liability Company for the purpose of building a new type of neighborhood in...

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P-188 Replace Fuel Pipeline | NAS Whidbey Island, Washington

P-188 Replace Fuel Pipeline | NAS Whidbey Island, Washington

This award-winning project provided replacement of an existing 55-year-old, approximately 5 mile long cross island pipeline and pumping system that transfers fuel from the Seaplane Base to Ault Field at NAS Whidbey Island. The pipeline is integral to the fuel system at NAS Whidbey Island and previous inspections had determined that the 8-inch diameter carbon steel pipeline was at risk due to...

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Trailside Heights Ribbon Cutting | Anchorage, Alaska

Trailside Heights Ribbon Cutting | Anchorage, Alaska

Two of EEI’s civil engineers recently attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Phase One of the new Trailside Heights community development in Anchorage. Phase One includes 66 affordable housing units, each with a single-car heated garage. There is a community center on site that offers a computer lab, meeting room, laundry facilities, and exercise equipment. The family...

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