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.
Students: Audrey Russo (Project Manager), Bill Columbus, Darya Hurskaya, Tara Walter Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: […]
Students: Anna McKay, Donovan Parker, Jenna Sparrowgrove, Evan Tyler, Tom Winkler, Stephen Nuss. Faculty Advisor or […]
Students: Zach Baker, Jean Cumlat, Seth Wise, Ciara Teilborg Faculty Advisor or Community Project Lead: Osama […]
SeaWolf Engineering 2015 has been contracted to design an upgraded headworks process at the ERWWTF that can handle current flow rates.
Tom Ravens and research assistant Jon Allen are developing a storm surge modeling system to examine […]
Jewel Lake Road between 88th Avenue and Strawberry Road currently has a higher than acceptable rear-end and head-on accident rate that must be improved.
The purpose of this project is to construct a bridge over Penguin Creek along the Bird Valley Trailhead located near milepost 101 of the Seward Highway in order to reduce the likelihood of human interaction with the anadromous creek.