Big kudos go out to the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, a loyal client of our ECATTS’ government division since 2007!
November 30th’s intense 7.0-magnitude earthquake north of Anchorage left buildings and roads in a devastating shamble. In a matter of days, Alaska DOT had made managed to make major road repairs leaving people in awe of their quick response and recovery.
Before and after photos show the damage and repair to an off-ramp connecting International Airport Road and Minnesota Drive in Anchorage. This work was completed in less than four days and reopened for use.
The DOT’s work is not complete though. The majority of work will continue and be redone in the summer to ensure long-term sustainability says a Department spokesperson.
To read more about the repairs and plan, you can visit the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities website for earthquake damage assessment updates.