Category Archives: Remote access

What we were up to last week…

Our helical pier can be used to support just about any type of structure in just about any location.  Last week was a perfect example of what we can do…. Monday – Aside from our regular deck jobs we started … Continue reading

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TMP Alaska working in rural Alaska – Kipnuk, AK

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 … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Rocks, rocks and more rocks in Nikiski

We are getting busier and working in new areas where we are encountering different site conditions and installation challenges. On a recent job along the shores of Daniels Lake north of Nikiski, we encountered some very rocky soils. The owner … Continue reading

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A foundation for a remote small cabin

This job done late last week was the toughest job thrown our way to date. The work was done over 300 miles from our “headquarters” in Homer, the job site access was challenging (to say the least) and the area … Continue reading

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Where our installation equipment can allow us to go!!!

Many of us live in beautiful and unspoiled settings and some of us have a short walk into our properties to get to our houses.  Adding a deck or addition also comes at the cost of some severe impact with … Continue reading

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