Construction and Engineering

CPS provides construction and engineering support to researchers working in the Arctic.

Installing a transformer in the electrical distribution shack. Photo: Nick Salava

Installing a transformer in the electrical distribution shack. Photo: Nick Salava

Support Services May Include:

  • Engineering and installing power plant modules for optimal power distribution at research sites
  • Remote science camp facilities complete with power and water
  • Mechanical, structural, electrical, and civil engineering
  • Custom fabrications and installation for scientific or logistical needs

Please contact the Construction Planner for further information.

In addition to supporting the specific needs of science projects, CPS performs facilities engineering, maintenance, construction, and operations services at research hubs in the Arctic. In this capacity, CPS has participated in long-range planning for the Toolik Field Station, which is located on the North Slope of Alaska. To review the Toolik Field Station Long Range Facilities Plan, click here.

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