Location: Quinhagak, AK

CRW provided the planning, design, permitting, and construction management services for a new three-cell, 10-acre sewage lagoon. The lagoon was designed for a future population of 983 people and a projected flow of 55,000 gallons per day. The design incorporated the use of wetlands for enhanced treatment and a dedicated mixing zone. Roadway improvements were incorporated into the design to provide access to the new lagoon and landfill.

Location: Quinhagak, AK

The services provided by CRW included analysis, testing, design, and construction of the community water source, consisting of three slant wells adjacent to the Kanektok River. The existing diatomaceous earth water filtration system was upsized and replaced. Design and construction of a new sewage lagoon, landfill, and access road were also provided.
Rural Sanitation-Arctric Water and Sewer-Quinhagak

Location: Quinhagak, AK

CRW has worked successfully for 17 years on sanitation and infrastructure improvements. The long-term goal is to develop sustainable facilities that can be operated and maintained with local communty hires. Improvements include, but are not limited to, river intakes, water storage tanks, water treatment plant upgrades, sewage lagoons and force mains, miles of arctic water and sewer piping, house service connections, and plumbing upgrades.
Quinhagak WS Project

Location: Quinhagak, AK

This multi‐year, multi‐phase project brought much-needed sanitation infrastructure to the community of Quinhagak. CRW provided design and construction management of water system improvements, including a river bank infiltration gallery, 45,000-gallon and 250,000-gallon water storage tanks, a utility building with water distribution equipment, water treatment plant improvements, and miles of aboveground arctic water and sewer mains.
Quinhagak WS Project

Location: Quinhagak, AK

This multi-year project included managing budgets, schedules, workforce, and procurement activities. Almost every type of utility construction project was involved: solid waste disposal, wastewater, drinking water, water distribution and collection, home services, and many others. Local force account construction crews were used when available.