The Spring 2012 issue of Alaska Contractor Magazine contains six feature stories about innovative engineering programs and projects at the University of Alaska Fairbanks–five involving AUTC. To view the issue online, click here.
The stories include:
-”Cold Climate Housing Research Center: Innovating for the North,” by Molly Rettig;
-”Alaska’s Permafrost Challenges: Innovative tools and expanded knowledge,” by Rob Harper;
-”Frost Heave Prevention: Innovative engineering keeps permafrost stable,” by Rindi White;
-”Gaining Solid Ground: Stabilizing soil for unpaved roads,” by Rob Harper;
-”Innovations in Arctic Construction Management Education,” by Robert Perkins and Keith Whitaker;
-”Researchers Provide Innovative Designs for Rural Prototype Homes: Keeping Alaskans warm and permafrost cold,” by Molly Rettig, and
-”Dust Reduction on Gravel Roads and Runways: An innovative instrument helps improve maintenance costs, public health,” by Rob Harper.
A publication of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska, published by AQP Publishing, Alaska Contractor magazine is distributed in print to 5800 decision makers, businesses, and high traffic locations throughout the state and pacific northwest.