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University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum Expansion

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Red Dog Mine
 Mining Experience

Over the last 30 years AMI has been involved in building, expanding, or remodeling all the major mines in Alaska including Red Dog Mine, Rock Creek Mine, Greens Creek Mine, Nixon Fork Mine, Fort Knox Gold Mine, and Pogo Mine. AMI's performance on these projects has been exceptional and the true testimate to this is the continual work AMI keeps performing on all these major mines. Listed below are a few projects from our portfolio. AMI provides superior value by providing it all with our own labor forces. To find out more information about the AMI's mining qualifications please send an email to info@ami-alaska.com.

Rock Creek Mine
In August of 2006 AMI was awarded the prime contract to construct the process facilities for Alaska Gold Company in Nome, Alaska. This project included all infrastructure for a new mine including its assay lab, water treatment plant, crushing/screening plant, grinding plant, concentration and thickening tanks, and process and recovery facilities. This project is featured in the May 2008 issue of The Alaska Contractor Magazine.
Rock Creek Mine


Pogo Mine Concrete
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. (AMI) was awarded the contract (number C-21) for the concrete foundations. Pogo Mine can only be accessed by a 50-mile one-lane gravel road, or by airplane. We placed concrete for footings, slabs, equipment pads, and pedestals for a total of 12,900 cubic yards in over 19 different building locations. In addition, AMI was also responsible for the civil operations including fine grade and backfill for a combined total of over 95,000 cubic yards. Crew size peaked at 86 and we logged over 165,000 man hours in the 13-month on-site duration of our project. The project started in July 2004 and we worked through the winter and finished in August of 2005.


Pogo Mine Concrete


Fort Knox Shop/Office/Warehouse
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was the general contractor, and headed the design/build team on the Shop/Office/Warehouse Complex at the Fort Knox Gold Mine site, located about 30 miles north of Fairbanks. The Shop/Office/Warehouse Complex serves as the owner's heavy equipment shop and administrative building, as well as the on-site warehouse and supply center. The complex is approximately 70,000 square feet, 760 feet long, 125' wide (at the east end), and up to 60 feet tall, over the heavy equipment shop.


Fort Knox Shop/Office/Warehouse


Fort Knox Tailings/Thickener
Alaska Mechanical was the prime contractor on the Fort Knox Thickener Addition Project and performed all trades of work with our own labor forces except the electrical and process instrumentation, which was performed by the plant's personnel and coordinated with our site managers. The 10,000 square foot addition which houses the 90 foot diameter thickener tank included structural and mechanical tie-ins to the plant and included over 12,000 yards of cast in place concrete; 300,000 pounds of structural steel and over 20,000 feet of welded and grooved pipe up to 20 inches in diameter.


Fork Knox Tailings/Thickener


Red Dog Mine CSB
The New Concentrate Storage Building at the Red Dog Port Site was for the supply and erection of a 252,000 square foot, single level structure. Also included was the supply and erection of a 6,600 square foot vehicle wash building storage building for holding zinc ore. AMI's dedication to detail and pre-planning paid off and this building measured 1,200 foot by 210 foot and 110 feet high, which was erected and sheeted in less than six months.


Red Dog Mine CSB


Red Dog Mine Material Handling Project
Alaska Mechanical was the general contractor on this project constructed above the Arctic Circle, Near Kivalina, Alaska. The full scope of this project included final design, engineering, supply, and erection of new feed and reclaim systems (systems that transport minded material to and from storage buildings) at the Red Dog Port Site. The project also included extensive conveyor demolition and upgrading various parts of the existing conveyor system between the storage site ad ship-loading facility. For this project, Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was awarded the coveted 1999 ABC National Award of Excellence (Eagle), their highest honor, for Industrial Projects $15-25 million.


Red Dog Mine Material Handling Project


Green's Creek Ship Loader
Alaska Mechanical, Inc. was the prime contractor on Greens Creek Mine's new ship loading facility. Greens Creek Mine, located approximately 15 miles south of Juneau on Admiralty Island. The shiploader is comprised of 10 foot and 13 foot diameter steel tubes that house conveyors used to transport ore concentrate from the newly remodeled storage building to transport vessels. The shiploader uses a telescopic movement to evenly distribute the ore concentrate in transport vessel holds, the ships move back and forth along the dock, while the loader reaches in and out from side to side. As the loader moves up and down the eleven degree slope of the supports, the load out chute adjusts vertically to maintain a level distribution line.


Green's Creek Ship Loader


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