At UMIAQ Design & Municipal Services, LLC and UMIAQ Environmental, LLC we have more than three decades of experience creating and managing projects that embraces the logistical and environmental challenges that are unique to the Arctic and remote regions of Alaska. Services we offer include: engineering and surveying, comprehensive design, project management, master planning, project analysis, permitting/public process assistance, peer review/code analysis, conditions surveys, Arctic design, sustainable and accessible design.
Our commitment to safety starts at the top with Executive Management.
We are committed to providing social and economic resources to our shareholders and their descendants, developing long-term, meaningful career opportunities in our community. We work with our clients to hire locally and provide appropriate mentoring and training.
UMIAQ is respected statewide for maximizing local hire wherever commercial projects take us. We often tap into employment resource data banks in regions other than our home headquarters on the North Slope. Our knowledgeable architects and engineers have designed commercial, industrial, academic, research, housing, defense, recreational and healthcare facility projects across Alaska.
Water Tank Contaminated Soil Remediation, Barrow, Alaska Client: Barrow Utilities and Electric Coope
Hydrocarbon contamination of soil was discovered during geotechnical investigations on a 1,000,000 gallon water tank, in Barrow, Alaska. Subsequent soil sampling confirmed high levels of Full Project
Former Naval Arctic Research Laboratory – CERCLA Remedial Actions Client: Ukpeaġvik Inupiat Corp
The NARL facility at Barrow, Alaska has been occupied since 1944 by various federal agencies including the United States Geological Survey (USGS), US Navy and US Air Force (USAF). NARL covers Full Project
NARL Antenna Field CERCLA Remedial Actions, Barrow, Alaska Client: US Navy: Sub-contractor to Tetra
The former Naval Arctic Research Laboratory (NARL) includes several locations contaminated by inappropriate dumping of fuels and equipment, oil and fuel spills and uncontrolled releases Full Project