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Total value of Alaska construction projects currently in our database:

Commercial Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$1,579,995,799
Bid Phase:$45,450,000
Post-Bid:$5,972,248,413
Civil Projects (value)
Pre-Bid Phase:$353,527,871
Bid Phase:$111,475,000
Post-Bid:$5,865,253,358



Electrical Work Project Case Study in Alaska

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Project Overview

Project Title:AKDOT AUKE BAY EAST STERN BERTH CONST
Start Date:2003-11-01
Estimated Value:$5,000,000
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Project Location

State:Alaska
County:Juneau
Address:Auke Bay East

Project Type

Building Category:Electrical Work, Marine
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Marine Work, Electrical Work, Miscellaneous Civil This Federal funded project will consist of providing all labor, materials, equipment and supervision required to construct a new stern berth vessel moorin facility at the existing Alaska Marine Highway, Auke Bay East ferry terminal in Juneau, Alaska. The new berth consists of a modifications to existing uplands and utility systems; placement of a concrete approach abutment; steel approach structure, steel transfer bridge and steel bridge support float system with associated platforms, vehicle apron, fenders and pile restraint structures; construction of four new steel pile mooring dolphins with floating rubber fenders and modification of an existing mooring dolphin, access gangway, gangwa support structure and a shore access catwalk. The work further includes construction of electrical power and lighting, potable water and fuel system utilities.