Engineers in Southeast Fairbanks County, AK
Comprehensive list of Southeast Fairbanks County, Alaska based civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, structural and environmental engineering companies & consultants.
Southeast Fairbanks County, AK
We supply reliable, economical soil investigations and permafrost soil testing for both commercial and domestic projects. We identify geologic hazards and unstable ground conditions. We write a conclusive, comprehensive soils investigation report which supplies subsurface soil information and foundation recommendations for one fee.
We're electrical engineering design company located in Fairbanks, Alaska. We supply customers across Alaska's Interior with best quality electrical designs for buildings and facilities using practical knowledge and current knowledge. Our designs keep pace with the requirements of a rapidly changing electrical and communications industry.
Rockwell Engineering and Construction Services. supplies professional civil engineering and environmental services for jobs in the Alaskan interior. Our team includes registered civil engineers, geologist, and natural resource scientists. Our customers include personal Alaskans, commercial/industrial businesses, contractors, military, and government agencies. Read what our customers say about us.
NORTECH is an Environmental and Engineering company located in Alaska. Our central office is situated in Fairbanks and we have offices in Anchorage and Juneau. Our size and location enables our customers to enjoy a dedicated service, and affords us the flexibility to adapt to changing requirements. NORTECH is owned by Alaskans and employs Alaskans. To learn more about who we're, browse the staff section.
Our Board of Directors says that we're a complete service, multi-disciplined design and consulting company. They are right they usually are but who we're is so much more than just our professions. You can peg us as architects, engineers all kinds of engineers - civil, transportation, structural, mechanical, and electrical, land surveyors, planners, or environmental folks, but that does not even begin