The Anchorage Area provides a significant amount of recreational opportunities to the members of the community as well as visitors. Access to these locations is critical to the user interactions, safety and experience.
Students: Joe Sandstrom, Racquel Karl, Ly Nguyen, Jessica Carver, Robert Ellis Faculty Advisor or Community Project […]
Students: Samantha Caldwell, Shelley J. Giraldo, Jared Kinney, Brian Weigand Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: […]
Students: Andrea Moreno, Tony Heng Liang, Kevin Manasan Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Osama A. […]
Students: Zach Cuddihy, Kyle Powell, Kelsey Copley, Grant Warnke Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Osama […]
Students: Bryan Sooter, Julia Mackey, Jesse Miller, James Matthews Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Osama […]
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) proposes to improve Jewel Lake Road (CDS Route 133750) from north of 88th Avenue (mile point 0.542) to Strawberry Road (mile point 1.259).
The SeaWolf Engineering student team have worked throughout the semester to design a hydro powered fish waste disposal system that is to be placed in the Kenai/Russian River Confluence area in Cooper Landing, Alaska.
Students: Riley Bronga, Jessica Farrell, Joshua Smith and Gabriel Thomas Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Osama […]
This project group completed a Design Study Report (DSR), a design planset complete with typical sections and singing and stripping drawings that specifically focused on the health, safety, and wellness of; drivers, non-motorized operators, and pedestrians within a municipality that did not currently have a solution to high speed vehicle interaction with a non-signed, and a non-lit cross walk.