The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is interested in improving and expanding facilities at the Knik River Access Point to include trailered and non-trailered parking, public restrooms, picnic shelter, elevated boardwalk, informational signage, and the construction of a Gold Star Families Memorial Monument.
The purpose of the AMATS: Mountain Air Drive Extension project is to address safety concerns for the surrounding communities and to stimulate development in this region of Anchorage.
A WWII-era hangar located on JBER Air Force Base has been repurposed as a crash rescue facility. The existing trusses do not meet current code requirements and are not sufficient for desired roofing and insulation upgrades.
This project examines the feasibility of a hydroponic operation within a shipping container with power requirements minimized by solar panels, and with the intention of feeding underserved populations (ie: those without homes) in the Anchorage area. The goals of this project are to determine the feasibility of a grow house:
We sometimes find difficulty when attempting to fit everything we want in a limited space. In some cases, rearranging can result in wasted effort through trial and error. Although keeping a list of measurements can help, Refixture allows you to use those measurements to model a virtual room that you can modify freely.
Research Team: Tristan A. Goers, Researcher, University of Alaska Anchorage Dr. Caixia Wang, Mentor, University of […]
Research Team: Mohammad Heidari Kapourchali, University of Alaska Anchorage Matthew Berman, University of Alaska Anchorage Micah […]