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Year Completed: 2008

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New Stuyahok K-12 School

UNIT was selected to construct this rural school in December 2006.  The project consisted of 47,200 SF of new K-12 educational space on a virgin site and the demolition and abatement of the existing New Stuyahok K-12 School in a remote Alaska village.

UNIT’s first mission was to coordinate the fabrication and delivery of the materials to the barging company in Washington within the small window of opportunity that exists every spring. UNIT was able to procure all the necessary equipment and materials in time for the early spring barges in 2007. Over 5,000,000 pounds freight was ready and waiting in Dillingham AK, for the spring break-up of the Nushagak River in Southwestern Alaska.

Along with mobilization of materials and equipment, a construction camp was required to house the 30-40 man crew needed to construct the school that could not be met by the local labor force. We imported a man camp and also assembled a capable crew of local residents to construct the new school.  The UNIT  crew was comprised of 90% of local New Stuyahok & Dillingham Residents.

The project required over 1,000 cubic yards of concrete.  The local source of aggregate needed to be mined, processed, and washed to meet the project specifications.  A concrete batch plant was mobilized into the village to produce the concrete on-site.

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New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School
New Stuyahok K-12 School