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|Customer||City of Unalaska|
This remote project included managing the construction and renovation of a 16,614 square-foot steel building that houses multiple diesel fired-electrical generators and provides auxiliary spaces for control and offices. We integrated into our approach, the development of a Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule to detail work sequences, commencement and completion dates. We furnished all labor, tools, equipment, shipping, transportation, employee housing, and materials on the remote site project.
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Unalaska is located in close proximity to Dutch Harbor, the largest fisheries port in the U.S. It lies approximately 800 miles southwest of Anchorage, exposed in the Aleutian Chain, with a sub-polar oceanic climate that brings constant rain, fog and wind. Storms brought violent winds in excess of 140 miles-per-hour. These conditions test crews’ ability to work safely while meeting schedule and budget. By implementing experience and years of experience in power plant inter-connectivity and distribution systems, our team provided the City of Unalaska a safe and logical cutover sequence plan on the Powerhouse, and completed the project with no lost-time incidents.