TMP Alaska services the entire state of Alaska. If you can get us there we will go!!!!
One of our furthest places we have gone thus far is the village of Kipnuk, Alaska, which is only accessible by air or sea. We were asked to install piers for a new community hardware store. The design included almost 50 multiple helix piers that would be installed to a depth of 30′, Below we have some photos that highlight our trip to the Bering Sea.
Everything needed for this job was flown in. The materials flew by jet service from Anchorage to Bethel and then transferred over to the good folks at Ryan Air to be transferred to Kipnuk. The Ryan Air “Casa” has a maximum capacity of 5000# and the EM1 comes in just shy of that weight.
Ryan Air made 6 separate trips to Kipnuk hauling the helical piers and equipment out over the course of a few days.
A muddy job site. We use the plywood seen in the background to drive the EM1 through the mud. The site is surveyed and ready for installation.
After the extensions are welded on, we continue the installation.
The piers are installed, the brackets are welded and the engineered specified bracing is installed.
A final view of the foundation.