Techno Metal Post Alaska working in remote Alaska

Building anything in remote Alaska can be challenging and quite expensive. Techno Metal Post Alaska offers a unique and affordable option for remote projects. Our small and light weight machines can be transported to the job site easily by air, boat or even snow machine.

Our smallest machine, the R2 D is able to install a post with the ability to support a weight of over 25,000 pounds, which is suitable for any house, lodge and much more.

Our larger EM1 machine is used when speed and power is needed. The EM1 can get through frozen soils without the need to thaw the ground first.

Our EM1 machine working off the snow machine trails near Big Lake, Alaska

Our EM1 machine working off the snow machine trails near Big Lake, Alaska

Our 1500# R2D machine can easily be pulled in to your jobsite during the winter on our modified trailer.

Our 1500# R2D machine can easily be pulled in to your jobsite during the winter on our modified trailer.

No road - no problem our equipment can fit on any sized boat.

No road – no problem our equipment can fit on any sized boat.

Our larger EM-1 equipment is easily flown into remote villages offering a very affordable foundation option.

Our larger EM-1 equipment is easily flown into remote villages offering a very affordable foundation option.

Loading the R2D and materials on Big Lake AK.

Loading the R2D and materials on Big Lake AK.

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2 Responses to Techno Metal Post Alaska working in remote Alaska

  1. Suzie says:

    Do you work on existing structures?

    • Yes we do, about 1/2 of our work is repairing failed foundations – depending on the structure we have several ways to approach the situation to replace a failed part of a foundation.

      The best thing to do is shoot some photos of the problem and email them to me along with the location and short description of the problem and the solution you are looking for.

      dave@tmpalaska.com

      THX

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