Civil Construction

Typically, civil construction refers to building public works such as roads, bridges, and canals.

In rural Alaska, however, the roads might be made of ice, elevated boardwalks are more common than bridges, and mooring points outnumber canals. Our frontier-tough fleet of state-of-the-art, late-model civil and heavy equipment can handle swamps, permafrost, erosion, and anything else Mother Nature has up her sleeve.


  • Constructability consultation
  • Erosion control/shoreline protection
  • Ice and snow roads/runways construction
  • Demolition
  • Drilling and blasting
  • Roads and pads construction
  • Underground utilities


Mooring Point Installation

Nigilikfak River, Yukon River, Kuskokwim River

Drift River Erosion Control

Drift River, Alaska