Location: Anchorage, AK

AWWU's Pump Station 54 experienced numerous maintenance issues including pump faults and check valve failures. CRW evaluated the facility and made recommendations for improvements, then designed a new wet well top slab and piping, isolation and check valves, a replacement generator, and all new electrical for the controls building. CRW also performed an analysis of the collection basin for existing and future flows, and sized and specified new facility pumps, which were procured separately on an emergency basis.

Location: Anchorage, AK

CRW provided design for AWWU’s new PRV facility that extended the 347 Pressure Zone (PZ) to the west and closer to the 260 PZ boundary, improving system pressures for customers between Old Seward and New Seward Highways. The above-grade facility included construction of a utility building to house the PRVs, piping, SCADA, and appurtenances. During construction, AWWU added an in-line turbine to generate electricity using the differential between pressure zones. The resulting power generation is used to supplement electrical loads for the nearby AWWU King Street Operations & Maintenance Facility.

Location: Anchorage, AK

Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Project Management & Engineering Department (PM&E) is planning to upgrade Quinhagak Street between East Dowling Road and Askeland Drive

Location: Anchorage, AK

The CRW Public Involvement Team is working with CRW design engineers, Anchorage School District, Kincaid Elementary teachers, staff, and students, Sand Lake Community Council and neighborhood, as well as local stakeholders to ensure that the public is engaged and a part of the design process. Public Involvement methods for this project include community meetings, social media advertisements, youth engagement, survey distribution, and a public input analysis, which will feed into the design effort of the project.

Location: Anchorage, AK

The Mountain Park-Robin Hill Rural Road Service Area in coordination with the MOA Public Works Administration is studying possible improvements to Birch Road between Beverly Drive and Kalgin Drive.

Location: Anchorage, AK

MOA PM&E plans to upgrade the existing storm drain system along Camrose Drive to alleviate ongoing surface drainage issues.

Location: Anchorage, AK

The MOA is planning to reconstruct Tasha Drive (from Flamingo Drive to Northwood Street) to meet current MOA design criteria for a local roadway.

Location: Anchorage, AK

The MOA is planning to upgrade the following Norann Subdivision roadways: West 57th Avenue, West 58th Avenue, and a portion of Cope Street. CRW has been contracted to provide preliminary engineering and design services.

Location: Anchorage, AK

The MOA has contracted with CRW to provide preliminary engineering and design services for Image/Reflection Drive area upgrades. Construction of Phase I began in September 2020.

Location: Anchorage, AK

MOA is working with CRW on design for the upgrade Lois Drive (from West 32nd Avenue to Benson Boulevard) and West 32nd Avenue (from Lois Drive to Minnesota Drive). The project will improve non-motorized facilities and connectivity through the reconstruction of the roadway.