Amy Mestas, PE, has advanced to the position of Senior Associate working with PDC’s Anchorage structural group. Mestas has 10 years of structural experience, all with PDC. In addition to being a registered structural engineer, she is also a civil engineer and a LEED Green Associate.
PDC is proud to announce the promotion of Principal for Robert Posma, PE, and Patrick Reinhard, PE. Posma has 30 years with PDC, is a Principal Electrical Engineer, and works from the firm’s Anchorage office. He is also a registered fire protection engineer. Reinhard has 27 years with the firm and is the Principal Structural Engineer Read More
New additions to the leadership team include Heather Estabrook, PE, and Lori Kropidlowski, CPSM, both working from the firm’s Anchorage office. Estabrook is a registered civil engineer with over 14 years of experience. She is also a registered environmental engineer. Kropidlowski is the firm’s Marketing Director and has over 30 years of experience marketing professional Read More
Join PDC and Institute of the North in celebrating Week of the Arctic. Nome, Kotzebue, and Barrow will host events all week long.
PDC is proud to sponsor Alaskan Nordic skier – Reese Hanneman. As part of the U.S. Ski Team, Reese will be representing the U.S.A. at the World Cup’s European circuit this season. This is the highest level of racing in the world. Join us in cheering him on! Watch his video here!
Patrick Cotter is trying to make hauling the trash down to the dumpsters more tolerable. He’s come up with some ideas and wants to get feedback from people who use the Fairbanks North Star Borough transfer sites. PDC’s Local Fairbanks Planner is in the News!
Air Force picks Eielson as preferred alternative for F-35 jets – Alaska Dispatch News, August 7, 2014 The U.S. Air Force announced Thursday that Fairbanks’ Eielson Air Force Base was its preferred alternative for basing F-35s in the Pacific region. FAIRBANKS — The U.S. Air Force selected Eielson Air Force Base as the preferred location Read More
Novembers issue of Alaska Business Monthly featured many of PDC’s recent projects including: Copper River Native Association’s Robert Marshall Building, a clinic in Tazlina Fort Wainwright’s North Post Phase II Utilidor Repairs and North Post Laterals Projects UAF’s Engineering Building and Critical Electrical Distribution Upgrades City of North Pole’s Sewer Rehabilitation City of Barrow’s Piuraagivik Recreational Center Read More
PDC now employs 30% of the Alaska’s registered Environmental Engineers!
PDC is pleased to announce that both Nick Esposito and Mike Collins have both passed the Alaska Land Surveying (AKLS) examination and now are registered in the State of Alaska. This expands PDC staff to eight registered Land Surveyors located in both its Fairbanks and Anchorage offices.