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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



Power Station Project Case Study in Alaska

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Project Overview

Project Title:US COAST GUARD LORAN STATION POWER LINES
Estimated Value:$165,000
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Project Location

State:Alaska
County:Southeast Fairbanks
City:Tok
Address:US Coast Guard Loran Station

Project Type

Building Category:Power Stations
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Power Lines, Electrical Work, Power Stations Contractor Shall Furnish All Equipment, Materials, Transportation, & Labor To Install New Power & Telephone Services At U.S. Coast Guard Loran Station Tok, Alaska, The New Services Shall Be Installed In A New Trench Independent Of The Existing Station Services To Provide Continuity Of Station Operations, Work Shall Include The Following: (1) Install New Medium Voltage Wiring Between Utility Service Point & The New Service Transformer Located External To The Station Building, & Low Voltage Wiring Between The Service Transformer & The Main Station Switchboard; & (2) Telephone Conductors, Conduits & Connections Installed In The Same Trench As The Power Conductors & Terminated At The Existing Utility Connection Point & Existing Telephone Backboard In The Station Building, The Utility Service Points & The Station Building Are Approximately 1,900 Feet Apart, The New Utility Service Route Is Through A High Power Transmitter Antenna Field & Special Procedures Will Be Required To Only Interrupt 4 Percent Of The Ground Radials At Any One Time, The Conduit, Cables, & Installation Practices Shall Meet The Requirements Of Alaska Power & Telephon Co