Alaska Mechanical, Inc.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum Expansion

86,558 sq. ft. addition with challenging layout, cast in place elevated decks, and radius walls

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UAF Museum

 General Construction Experience

AMI has extensive experience in developing and constructing commercial projects across the state of Alaska. Listed below are a few projects from our portfolio. To find out more information about the AMI's general construction qualifications please send an email to info@ami-alaska.com.


UAF CTC Revitalization Phase 4; Third Floor Renewal
AMI was awarded the prime contract to reconstruct and demolish a significant portion of the third floor interior of the UAF Community and Technical College building, located at 604 Barnette Street in Fairbanks, Alaska. Work includes selected demolition of existing walls, mechanical and electrical systems and construction of new classrooms and offices, including new walls and finishes, and structural, mechanical and electrical systems.




Ruth Burnett Sports Fish Hatchery
AMI was awarded the prime contract to construct the new Ruth Burnett Sport Fish Hatchery in Fairbanks, AK. This facility has been designed to meet the stocking needs of the Fairbanks, Delta and Glennallen areas.  

This facility is a 60,000SF multi level fish hatchery. Main components include: 1600GPM water treatment system (filtration & chemical); 1600GPM waste water treatment system; aquaculture system capable of raising five different species at the same time, all with varied requirements for water temperature and make up, population densities and other factors; biological and filtration based treatment system allowing up to 80% water recirculation; complete (automatic) back up power generation system; and duel fuel boilers. Integrated building and process control systems.




 


Kongiganak K-12 School

AMI was awarded the CM/GC contract for the new Kongigank K-12 School. This project started with a design and estimating phase where AMI, as the Construction Manager, assisted the owner, LKSD, and the Architect, Bezek, Durst, Seiser, in the design phase of the project. The project is located about 30 miles from Eek and 40 miles across the Kuskokwim Bay from Quinhagak. This 34,000 square foot learning facility contains state-of-the-art technology in rural Alaska as well as being constructed for optimal energy efficiency. This school contains a full court gym with 150 seat-tiered retractable bleachers, small group science lab, an operational small motor and woodshop area, a library center with video/audio conference rooms for remote education experiences, 12 classrooms equipped with smartboard technology and administrative offices.




 
UAF Museum Expansion
AMI was the prime contractor on UAF Museum Expansion project located in Fairbanks, Alaska. This project had a very aggressive owner mandated schedule, challenging layout, cast in place elevated decks and radius walls. The UAF Museum Expansion project included a 86,558 sf, 4 story IBC type 11A addition. During construction the museum had to remain operational at all times and strict atmospheric conditions had to be maintained for the exhibits, relics and collections.
UAF Museum Expansion
ARRC Operations Center
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. (AMI) was awarded the contract to design and construct the Alaska Railroad Corp. Anchorage Operation Center. This design-build facility houses the dispatchers and other employees who coordinate and support operations in the Anchorage yard and along the Alaska rail belt. A third floor observation tower oversees the rail yard for more efficient train assembly and management. This three story 23,000 sq ft. fast track project had an aggressive owner mandated schedule of less than 10 months. AMI commenced design and mobilized on-site in mid April 2004 to start site utilities, footings, and foundation. In less than ten months AMI's design-build team produced 100% construction documents, constructed, commissioned, and turned over the building to the Alaska Railroad Corporation in late January 2005, fulfilling our goal of a quality product, on-time and under budget.
ARRC Operations Center


Bethel High School Deferred Maintenance
This project was a complete remodel of the 45,000 square foot high school in Bethel, Alaska. The remodel was completed in a 16-month on-site duration in the occupied and fully-operation high school. The contract was awarded on March 22nd, 2005 and all major material and equipment was procured and mobilized to jobsite in less than two months. The project was constructed in three stand-alone phases (each with separate substantial completion/owner-occupancy dates) and AMI's planning, scheduling and construction efforts ensured that all dates where reached ahead of schedule and all within the Owner's budget.


Bethel High School Deferred Maintenance


Delta Elementary School
AMI was the prime contractor on this new elementary school (roughly 30,000 square feet) which was substantially completed in September 2005. As this school was constructed on an all-new site, extensive clearing and grubbing, excavation, trenching and backfill was required. The other design elements included in the construction of this school included: a commercial kitchen; a gymnasium and a multi-use room; and extensive communication and A/V wiring installed throughout the building; all new mechanical and electrical service work (buried and above ground utilities) along with landscaping and playground equipment.


Delta Elementary School


ARRC Fairbanks Intermodal Facility
This project included the new 12,200 square foot railroad terminal building and a 1600 square foot rail car inspection building, plus construction of access roads, parking areas and a combination bicycle/pedestrian path. Another part of the project involved making modifications to the nearby intersection with Johansen Expressway, including paving, striping, signalization, and lighting, many of the changes to accommodate the large fleet of tour buses that connect with the railroad during the busy visitor season.


ARRC Fairbanks Intermodal Facility


Eielson Vehicle Maintenance Facility
The 12,000 SF facility is a single story steel superstructure with insulated wall panels and a second story mechanical room. The Vehicle Maintenance Facility serves Eielson AFB as a full service shop to repair both government and civilian vehicles for the 168th Air Refueling Group. It consists of repair and lube bays, warm storage bays, a wash bay, a welding/machine shop, tools room, offices, training room and toilet/locker rooms.


Eielson Vehicle Maintenance Facility


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