Award Winning Projects
|2008 | A.S.C.E./A.S.P.E. Outstanding Engineering Project of the Year||
In cooperation with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), R&M Engineering was awarded the A.S.C.E./A.S.P.E. Juneau Section’s 2008, Southeast Alaska Engineering Project of the Year for the Sunny Point Intersection Improvements project. This project was the first grade separated interchange in Southeast Alaska and represents the successful teamwork of public and private sector resources to accomplish this major safety improvement project.
|2002 | Juneau Project of the Year||
In cooperation with ADOT&PF, SE Region, R&M Engineering provided surveys, soils, permitting, civil design and inspection for the Juneau Channel Drive Wayside Construction Project. The project improved an existing roadside sport fishery in Juneau addressing parking, restroom facilities, picnic facilities, and a floating dock for handicap access.
|1998 | SE Alaska Engineering Project of the Year Honorable Mention||
Jointly given to Ty-Matt, Inc., Ketchikan Pulp Company and R&M Engineering for the Ketchikan Pulp Company Digester Removal. R & M used finite element three dimensional modeling capabilities to provide a dynamic seismic analysis and design. This design allowed reinforcing of the 5 story, 120’ tall steel framed brick enclosed building. This reinforcement allowed removal and salvage of four 270 ton, 18’ diameter, 55’ high digesters. R&M’s timely assistance allowed salvage of the digesters prior to demolition of the 1952 vintage building.
|1996 | Fireweed Place||
Juneau Sr. Citizens Fireweed Place Housing Project, Juneau, AK
In 1996, R&M Engineering received a Recognition by the American Society of Civil Engineers for this project that was built by seniors, for seniors in downtown Juneau.
|1995 | Alaska Municipal League and SE Engineering Project of the Year Award||
Calhoun Avenue Reconstruction Project. Calhoun Street is the roadway from the Alaska State Capitol Building to the Governor's Mansion. This roadway is traversed daily by the Governor and staff, Legislators, high government officials, visiting dignitaries and tourists. It is a showpiece for the Capital City and state government. Over decades the neighborhood and the street were allowed to decay. The purpose of this project was to convert Calhoun Street from an unsightly unsafe embarrassing eyesore to an aesthetically pleasing, comfortable safe, and structurally sound route of travel. Through reconstruction and the addition of pedestrian amenities, new lighting and underground utilities, and structural repair and replacement, Calhoun Street became a vehicle and pedestrian way that will function well for at least the next thirty years.
|1994 | SE Alaska Engineering Project of the Year Award||
Delta Western Fuel Storage Facility. Awarded to Delta Western for "fast track" design and construction of 3.6 million gallon fuel storage facility built on Lot 2A, AJ Subdivision, Juneau, Alaska. The work consisted of erecting 8 vertical above ground tanks, steel containment dike, truck loading rack with bottom loading capability, 850 L.F. of (4)6" and (2)4" above ground fuel pipes, marine dock improvements, in-water pile supports, 140'x60' pre-fabricated metal office/warehouse, site grading, oil/water separator installation, site drainage, landscaping, site lighting and computerized truck fueling stations. R&M was retained for all site surveying, inspection and civil engineering design. This work was accomplished in 4 1/2 months of which one month was during record setting snowfall accumulation. The project required extreme coordination and scheduling between local government review agencies, consultants, and the owner to expedite this project to meet the CBJ granted time extensions. The old Delta Western fuel facility was vacated and the community of Juneau could feel safe again in this neighborhood.