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Civil Design Engineering responsibilities include preliminary
engineering, design and developmetn of construction plans and specifications for:
Preparation of Material Site Exploration Plans, Delta-South
orthern Technical Services
Northern Technical Services (Nortec) is an Alaska based consulting
irm offering professional services in engineering, oceanographic,
fvironmental and earth sciences, with specific expertise in the šalysis and solution of problems unique to the arctic and subrctic environs. The professional staff and associates currently umber approximately 30 people with over 150-man years of arctic
nd subarctic experience.
Nortec has six people presently assigned to the Project. Three re conducting field hydrographic surveys and three are preparing ata analysis and input for river crossing design support.
Responsibilities on the project include surface water runoff nalyses and groundwater analyses in support of the buried, chilled
as pipeline design.
To date a two volume document entitled "River
nd Floodplain Design Considerations and Processes" has been pre
This document details the work planned in support of the
iver crossing design effort.
In addition, weather and runoff
"ecords have been updated and the results incorporated into the inalysis of nine selected streams between Delta Junction and the
The Basic Stream Analysis report for these
line streams is nearing completion.
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R&M Consultants (R&M) is an Alaskan based engineering and earth
from the Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau offices in Alaska as well as from Project Management Contractor's office in Irvine, California. 1 As a major geotechnical firm, R&M provides a unique arctic and sub
arctic technical background and experience, much of which has been
attained through extended involvement in the trans-Alaska pipeline
Project responsibilities include performance of consultation
on geotechnical matters, including evaluation and interpretation of
geotechnical conditions, establishment of geotechnical design criteria and preparation of recommendations concerning specific
design and construction problems.
These efforts also include
identification of pipeline route and compressor station conditions, classification and characterization of soil properties and development of the project geotechnical information system.
R&M has been involved from the early inception of the project, participating in routing studies and formal filing hearings. The routing studies included major drilling programs conducted in 1976 and 1979. Interpretation of route soil conditions along this segment has been presented in the form of terrain unít maps, boring records
and laboratory test summary reports.
Additional alignment geotechnical
assessment and criteria reports have also been prepared in anticipation of resolving routing questions and submittal of the FERC
THE MARKET CUTLOOK FOR
ALASKAN NATURAL GAS
A Report to:
NORTHWEST ALASKAN PIPELINE COMPANY
JENSEN ASSOCIATES, Inc.