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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



Dormitory Project Case Study in Alaska

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Project Overview

Project Title:KATMAI NATL PARK KING SALMON DORMITORY
Estimated Value:$1,000,000
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Project Location

State:Alaska
County:Bristol Bay
City:King Salmon
Address:Katmai National Park & Preserve

Project Type

Building Category:Dormitories, Dormitories
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Dormitory Construction Of The 10-Unit King Salmon Dormitory For Katmai National Park And Preserve, King Salmon, Alaska, The Contract Work Will Include (But Not Limited To) The Complete The Construction Of One Two-Story 10-Bedroom Dormitory Facilit With Basement In King Salmon, Alaska As Described In The Drawings And Specifications, The Work Will Include Site Work, Foundation, Utilities, Vertica Building Construction, And Landscaping, The Building And Its Contents Shall Be Constructed To "Go Cold" In The Witner, Equipment, Materials And Fabrication Techniques Must Be Selected to Withstand Wide Temperature Fluctuations (Temperatures Will Reach Minus 40 Degrees F In The Wnter And 80 Degrees F In Summer) Without Harm Or Denigration To The Building And Its Elements, Humidity And Frost Will Also Create Problems For Elements, Precautions Must Be Taken To Avoid Damage Caused By Excessive Humidity And Frost