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 Industrial Experience

Difficult industrial projects are the foundation and history of AMI. We have completed numerous projects across the state. Listed below are a few recent projects from our portfolio. To find out more information about the AMI's industrial qualifications please send an email to info@ami-alaska.com.

Fort Wainwright Upgrade CHPP
AMI was the prime contractor on this Upgrade CHPP project at Fort Wainwright, which was a major renovation and upgrade of the existing 25 MW CHPP and included the repair and replacement of plant components and systems due to degradation of the existing systems. This three-year project mobilized in March of 2001 and was completed on-schedule and within budget.
Fort Wainwright Upgrade CHPP


Neely and Engineer Place Utilities Project
AMI was awarded the Neely and Engineer Place Utilities Project on April 27, 2006. This project included the fabrication and installation of approximately 1.75 miles of Cured in Place Pipe, sewer relining, integral manholes, associated civil support, and traffic control along 600th street and Neely road on Ft Wainwright, AK. Also included is the excavation, demolition, and reconstruction of approximately 750 LF of concrete utilidor including associated hazardous materials abatement, earthwork, all mechanical piping systems, concrete work, electrical and power systems, and civil restoration.


Neely and Engineer Place Utilities Project


Kodiak Electric Association Nyman Plant
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was the prime contractor on Kodiak Electric Association's new 6.8 MW cogeneration facility at the Nyman Power Plant, Kodiak, Alaska. The construction started in June 1999 and was completed in December of the same year. The combined cycle cogeneration process utilizes combustion turbine exhaust to produce steam. This steam can be used to generate additional electricity in the steam turbine, or in this application steam can be routed and sold to the U.S. Coast Guard, as their usage requires. To construct the cogeneration facility in a six-month period AMI worked closely with the KEA, Solar Turbines (supplier of the combustion turbine), Power Engineers, and the U.S. Coast Guard.


Kodiak Electric Association ? Nyman Plant


Kodiak Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was the prime contractor on this 9.3 million dollar Kodiak Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade project. The construction started in August 1998 and was completed two years later in October 2000. AMI performed all of the concrete work, equipment setting and commissioning; all process, plumbing and mechanical piping systems, building erection, misc. metals, carpentry and demolition.


Kodiak Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade


Eielson Upgrade Water Treatment Plant
AMI was the prime contractor on this upgrade to the existing potable water treatment plant on Eielson AFB from 1.875 million gallons per day (MGD) to 2.0 MGD. This project included supplying and installing four new green sand pressure filters, a building addition to house the filters, and all of the related piping and controls to integrate the new filters into the existing plant. A complete new soda ash (chemical) feed system was also included in the upgrade. As this was an expansion of an existing, operating plant, extensive temporary services were required to assure the Air Force of an uninterrupted supply of potable water for the base.


Eielson Upgrade Water Treatment Plant


Homer Main Treatment Facility
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was the prime contractor on the Homer Main Treatment Facility. The project utilized a new treatment plant technology involving two 540 foot deep shafts. The deep shaft system requires less space, is more efficient, has less odor and provides a cleaner effluent than conventional systems. While this innovative design has been utilized in Japan and Canada, the Homer project was the first installation in the United States. Major construction components of the project included: 2,500 cubic yards of reinforced, cast in place concrete; 6,000 tons of sludge, dewatered and disposed of, off-site; a 20,000 square foot drying facility; 13,000 square foot treatment facility; new sludge lagoon with an 80,000 square foot liner; installation and/or erection of treatment plant equipment including: clarifiers, incinerator, grit removal, ultraviolet disinfection, polymer feed, chlorination, and odor control. The project won the Large System, Plant of the Year Award from the Alaska Section of AWWA.


Homer Main Treatment Facility


Juneau Sludge Treatment Facility
AMI was the prime contractor on this project built for the city of Juneau. The scope of the project included the field erection and installation of a three-story, High Temperature Fluid Bed (HTFB) incinerator, and the related mechanical, electrical and control systems. The scope also included the site work, structural steel building and the material (waste sludge) handling system of settling tanks, grinders, conveyors and a belt filter press. This is the only installation of this type of sludge incinerator system in Alaska. Niro Atomizer A/S of Denmark, through their US subsidiary was our subcontractor to design and furnish the HTFB incinerator system for the city's sewage sludge.


Juneau Sludge Treatment Facility


Main Bay and Esther Island Fish Hatcheries
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. has been the mechanical subcontractor on several fish hatcheries. Of our completed hatchery work, the mechanical scope on the Main Bay Hatchery and the Esther Island Hatchery best highlight our talents in installing hatchery equipment and piping in remote locations. Both Esther Island and Main Bay are in Prince William Sound and the construction scope on both of these projects was nearly identical. Both projects included extensive runs of gravity-fed supply-water systems (30 inch diameter steel pipe) and the associated pressure reducing equipment at the bottom of the run, the Esther Island hatchery required two of these water-supply lines. Both projects included extensive pen stock piping systems, and hatchery piping and incubation systems, the plastic piping down from the main water distribution header. The scopes on both projects also included complete HVAC and plumbing systems for the hatchery and living facilities.


Main Bay and Esther Island Fish Hatcheries


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