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Quality Electric; and mechanical subcontractor
Superior Plumbing & Heating.
Ship Creek Water Treatment Facility
Rehabilitation Phase 2
In Anchorage, Roger Hickel Contracting is
the general contractor for the Municipality
of Anchorage—AWWU Ship Creek Water
Treatment Facility Rehabilitation Phase 2.
The project cost is $8,970,369 with a start
date of July 2017 and completion set for January 2019. The project includes modification
and upgrades to the 38,000-square-foot Ship
Creek Treatment Facility. The project owner
is AWWU, the architect/engineer is CDM
Smith; electrical sub is Quality Electric; and
mechanical work is being done by Norcoast.
West High School Gym & Auditorium
HVAC Upgrades/Chugiak High School
HVAC Upgrades Area B
Also in Anchorage, Roger Hickel is the gen-
eral contractor making upgrades to the West
High School Gym & Auditorium HVAC sys-
tems. The project cost is $3,548,050 with a
start date of May of this year and scheduled
completion date of September 2019. The proj-
ect owner is the Anchorage School District
and the architect and engineer are McCool
Carlson Green and PDC Engineering.
Chugiak High School in Chugiak is undergoing HVAC renovations to Area B. The project
is set to start in May and scheduled for completion in August at a cost of $1,031,531. The project owner is Anchorage School District, the
architect and engineer are Bezek Durst Seiser
and MBA Consulting Engineers, the general
contractor is Roger Hickel Contracting.
Bicycle Plan Implementation: Eagle River
and Peterkin Avenue Meyer to N. Bunn
The company is also installing bike lane signing, striping, and upgrades to sidewalks and
curbs in Eagle River. The State of Alaska—
DOT&PF project, AMATS: Bicycle Plan
Implementation starts in June and is set to be
complete in July. It runs from Peterkin Avenue
Meyer to North Bunn at a cost of $745,846.
Project owner is the State of Alaska DOT&PF.
The engineer is CRW Engineering Group; the
general contractor is Roger Hickel Contracting; and the pavement markings and rumble
strip sub is Pacific Asphalt.
RH Development is developing a neighborhood with thirty-three units called Sunset
Meadows in Juneau. The project owner is
Harris Homes and the houses, when complete in summer 2019, will be available for
purchase starting in the mid-$300,000 range.
Sunset Meadows is located within walking
distance to Juneau’s Mendenhall Mall Shopping Center, grocery stores, coffee shops,
restaurants, and fitness centers. As Juneau’s
newest housing development, Sunset Meadows consists of modern homes within the
Mendenhall Valley. The current floor plans
are 1,450 square feet with three bedrooms
and two-and-a-half baths. Each home features energy construction throughout with
Daiken heat pumps, LED lighting, and a
5-Star Plus energy rating.
North Pole Water System Expansion
Stantec is the engineer for the $52 million North Pole Water System Expansion
in North Pole. The project commenced in
February and is set to be complete in February 2019. The project will construct 181,000
feet—more than thirty-four miles—of insulated water mains to extend the public water
supply to more than 650 properties within
and surrounding the city of North Pole. The
North Pole Water System Expansion project
includes enlargement of the existing water
treatment plant, a new 750,000-gallon water reservoir, and a new water system pump
house. The project contractor is Exclusive
Sunset Meadows is a residential development in
Juneau comprised of thirty-three housing units.
The units at Sunset Meadows will have 1,450
square feet of space and feature three bedrooms
and 2. 5 baths, as well as many energy efficient
The Ship Creek water treatment facility is being
rehabilitated; the project started in 2017 and will
be completed in 2019.
Image courtesy of
Roger Hickel Contracting