Crazy airport runways: Landing on half a runway—why it’s business as usual in Alaska
Remote, single-runway airports require unique design considerations—and often operate under half-width conditions during construction
Published in Alaska Business Monthly: From Open Floors to Enclaves
Office interiors are adapting to changing times. What does that mean for business owners? How can architects help? Two of our Anchorage architects explain.
Published: Structural engineer rides out 7.0 quake in Anchorage, then inspects for damage
What’s it like to experience a massive earthquake and then get to work checking to make sure the city is safe? Structural engineer Bruce Hopper explains.
Climate change from the front lines: How the conversation is evolving in the Arctic
Alaska’s Climate Change Roundtable focused on 4 major themes: mitigation, adaptation, research, and response
Published in Airport World Magazine: Runway Shift
Our Johnathan Limb, Aviation Infrastructure Sector Leader for the Northwest, writes about a project in tiny Aniak, Alaska, to move the airport’s runway
King Cove Road: Balancing the needs of people and nature in remote Alaska
Engineers learn lessons in a 15-foot skiff and the ‘bear lunchroom’ while trying to connect two communities miles off the highway system
Oceans: An interconnected global habitat that drives the world’s climate
In celebration of World Oceans Day 2017, a conservation biologist reflects on lessons learned from Alaska to Antarctica
Airport design in Alaska: 5 things to consider
America’s largest state’s vast and rugged terrain provides a unique set of airport design challenges
Tourism? Pipelines? Bears? What fuels business in Alaska?
Despite dropping oil prices, here are five reasons to view the future optimistically in the ‘Great Land’
Geomatics is shrinking Alaska’s mountains
Today’s technology allows for more accurate elevation measurements, but for one iconic mountain it is really all about safety