In 2011, STG began construction of an ambitious fuel storage project in New Stuyahok. Three separate tank farms were necessary for the southwestern Alaska village–one for the client (AVEC), the local school, and the City of New Stuyahok. Each site required extensive trenching for drainage and a containment area to combat potential ground contamination. With no docking facilities, mobilizing materials required the construction of access roads. From planning and piping to fencing and lighting, STG self-performed 100 percent of contracted work. A team with a balance of specialty and transferrable skills enables us to send fewer crew members to a job site, removing the need for subcontractors.