Alaska • AK-01 Congressional District
Top 10 Largest Contracts
|REPLACE THE EXISTING GUSTAVUS DOCK AND TRE...||AK||
|RECONSTRUCT AND PAVE SHORE AVENUE AND PROV...||AK / Northwest Arctic||
|RESURFACE REZANOF DR FROM COAST GUARD ACCE...||AK / Kodiak Island||
|RESURFACE THE STERLING HWY FROM KALIFORNSK...||AK / Kenai Peninsula||
|REHABILITATE PORTIONS OF THE GLENN HIGHWAY...||AK / Matanuska-Susitna||
|REPAVE THE BIKE PATH ALONG THE RICHARDSON ...||AK||
|REPAVE THE BIKE PATH ALONG THE RICHARDSON ...||AK||
|Total # Projects:||19|
|Total # Contracts:||7|
|Total $ Projects:||$121,202,371|
|Total $ Contracts:||$29,165,871|
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First, we received an updated copy of the national database of stimulus road and bridge projects as of Sept. 25. Separately, we obtained data that states filed to the federal government as part of the stimulus legislation's reporting requirements. These data list which contractors had been awarded particular projects. We were able to trace more than 90 percent of the funds to individual counties. In a few other cases, projects are statewide and cannot be narrowed to county or serve multiple counties. We’ve indicated those cases in the data.
Wherever possible, we matched DOT projects to state recovery filings. They did not match in every instance. The DOT projects, which total $19 billion, include hundreds of projects not yet associated with a contractor. The contractors' data totals about $13 billion in obligated funds. In a few cases, state contractors did not match a DOT project. Some projects also have multiple contractors. When there is no matching contractor information for a project, searches and lists will return a blank.
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All projects for AK-01. Not all projects have been awarded contracts.
|Project Name||Contractor||County||Improvement Type||Amount|
|RECONSTRUCT AND PAVE SHORE AVENUE AND PROVIDE EROSION PROTECTION. LEVEL OF PROTECTION REQUIRED MAY VARY OVER 5,000 FOOT LENGTH OF THE PROJECT. INCLUDES ADEQUATE SPACE FOR PARKING AND FOR PEDESTRIAN/BI (Federal ID: 0002109)||ALASKA INTERSTATE CONSTRUCTION, LLC||Northwest Arctic||Pavement Improvement||$6,500,000|
|REPLACE THE EXISTING GUSTAVUS DOCK AND TRESTLE WITH A MULTI-MODAL ROLL-OFF AND ROLL-ON MARINE TRANSFER FACILITY CAPABLE OF MOORING STATE FERRY VESSELS, FREIGHTERS, FREIGHT AND PETROLEUM BARGES, TRANSP (Federal ID: 0003053)||WESTERN MARINE CONSTRUCTION, INC.||Multiple/Statewide||Bridge Improvement||$7,700,000|
|REPAVE THE BIKE PATH ALONG THE RICHARDSON HIGHWAY FROM EGAN DRIVE TO ROBE RIVER SUBDIVISION (7MILES). THE PROJECT WILL ALSO REHABILITATE AND PAVE THE ACCESS ROAD TO THE BLUEBERRY LAKE CAMPGROUND. (Federal ID: 000S684)||HARRIS SAND & GRAVEL, INC.||Multiple/Statewide||Pavement Improvement||$796,170|
|REPAVE THE BIKE PATH ALONG THE RICHARDSON HIGHWAY FROM EGAN DRIVE TO ROBE RIVER SUBDIVISION (7MILES). THE PROJECT WILL ALSO REHABILITATE AND PAVE THE ACCESS ROAD TO THE BLUEBERRY LAKE CAMPGROUND. (Federal ID: 000S685)||HARRIS SAND & GRAVEL, INC.||Multiple/Statewide||Pavement Improvement||$872,308|
|RESURFACE THE STERLING HWY FROM KALIFORNSKY BEACH RD TO SOUTH COHO LOOP. THE PROJECT INCLUDES PRE-LEVELING EXISTING RUTTED DRIVING LANES, RESURFACING THE DRIVING LANES, SHOULDER, STRIPING AND REMOVAL (Federal ID: 0221054)||ALASKA ROADBUILDERS||Kenai Peninsula||Pavement Improvement||$5,636,173|
|RESURFACE REZANOF DR FROM COAST GUARD ACCESS RD TO MARINE WAY IN THE CITY OF KODIAK. THE PROJECT INCLUDES MILLING AND RESURFACING THE DRIVING LANES AND SHOULDERS, STRIPING AND REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT (Federal ID: 0391014)||QALITY ASPHALT PAVING||Kodiak Island||Pavement Improvement||$5,963,225|
|REHABILITATE PORTIONS OF THE GLENN HIGHWAY TO REMOVE RUTTED SECTION OF HIGHWAY. INCLUDES GUARDRAIL REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AND TERMINAL END UPGRADES. (Federal ID: 0A15026)||GRANITE CONSTRUCTION CO.||Matanuska-Susitna||Pavement Improvement||$1,697,995|
|RECONSTRUCT THE TUDOR ROAD-LAKE OTIS INTERSECTION. PROVIDE LEFT-TURN LANES AND DEDICATED RIGHT-TURN LANES, NEW TRAFFIC SIGNALS, TRANSIT PULL-OUT, PEDESTRIAN AMENITIES (Federal ID: 0001359)||No Contractor||Anchorage||Pavement Widening||$5,000,000|
|RESURFACE STRIPE JEWEL LAKE ROAD FROM ITS INTERSECTION WITH DIMOND BLVD TO ITS INTERSECTION AT 63RD AVE. (Federal ID: 0515004)||No Contractor||Anchorage||Other||$100,000|
|CONSTRUCT INFORMATION AND ORIENTATION WAYSIDE. (Federal ID: 0750011)||No Contractor||Multiple/Statewide||Transportation Enhancements||$498,856|
|CONDUCT 2ND PHASE OF CORROSION PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS, CONSISTING OF CATHODIC PROTECTION AND SELECTED PORTIONS OF FUTURE IMPRESSED CURRENT PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR CONCRETE PILES AND CAPS OF THE VIADUCT (Federal ID: 0902034)||No Contractor||Ketchikan Gateway||Bridge Improvement||$7,223,408|
|GRIND AND REPAVE AIRPORT ROAD FROM THE FERRY TERMINAL (MP 0) TO THE AIRPORT (MP 2.2) (Federal ID: 0918007)||No Contractor||Multiple/Statewide||Pavement Improvement||$2,999,988|
|WIDEN AND STRAIGHTEN THE GLACIER HIGHWAY AS REQUIREDC BY 3R ANALYSIS, TO A PAVED WIDTH OF 30' FOR 4.6 MILES, FROM THE INTERSECTION WITH AMALGA HARBOR ROAD TO THE KAYAK LAUNCH SITE (BOULDER BEACH ACCES (Federal ID: 0933027)||No Contractor||Juneau||Pavement Improvement||$12,074,972|
|PAVEMENT REHABILITAITON ON EGAN DRIVE FROM MENDENHALL LOOP ROAD TO BROTHERHOOD BRIDGE. PAVEMENT REHABILITAITON ON GLACIER HIGHWAY FROM BROTHERHOOD BRIDGE TO THE AUKE BYA FERRY TERMINAL. THE SEGMENT (Federal ID: 0933036)||No Contractor||Juneau||Pavement Improvement||$4,000,000|
|REBUILD THIS 28'-WIDE SECTION OF ROAD, REMOVE EXISTING ASPHALT, GRADE AND RESTORE EXISTING SUBGRADE AS REQUIRED AND PLACE NEW SURFACE TO MATCH EXISTING FINISH GRADES. THIS PORTION OF THE HAINES HIGHWA (Federal ID: 0956032)||No Contractor||Haines||Pavement Improvement||$2,719,460|
|NEW WEIGHING SYSTEM FACILITY TO FACLITATE SIMULTANEOUS AXLE GROUP AND GROSS WEIGHT INDICATIONS FOR TRUCK WEIGHT ENFORCEMENT. (Federal ID: 0A11011)||No Contractor||Southeast Fairbanks||New Construction||$3,750,000|
|REHABILITATE THE GLENN HIGHWAY FROM AIRPORT HEIGHTS TO PARKS INTERCHANGE. THE PROJECT WOULD HAVE BEEN ACCOMPLISHED UNDER PULLED FROM THE CENTRAL REGION PAVEMENT AND BRIDGE REHABILITATION WHERE IT WOUL (Federal ID: 0A16039)||No Contractor||Matanuska-Susitna||Pavement Improvement||$13,149,213|
|GLENN HWY AIRPORT HTS TO HILAND (ES) (Federal ID: 0A16040)||No Contractor||Matanuska-Susitna||Pavement Improvement||$11,550,500|
|REHABILITATE PAVEMENT, WIDEN SHOULDERS, BUILD PASSING LANES AND CONSTRUCT SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AS NEEDED. PROVIDE FOR PUBLIC WAYSIDE. (Federal ID: 0A41022)||No Contractor||Matanuska-Susitna||Pavement Improvement||$25,175,000|