“To lead collaborative efforts to identify and resolve national security infrastructure-related challenges.”
The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Anchorage Post is seeking candidates for the 2017 Scholarship Program. Several scholarships will be awarded in January 2018. It is desired that recipients attend the SAME Anchorage Post banquet in late January where the scholarships will be presented. Please follow the link below to find the 2017 Scholarship Application online. The application is in a PDF format and is located on the right side of the page. http://www.same.org/Get-Connected/Find-a-Post/Anchorage/Education/Scholarship
Requirements for Application:
Requests for exemption to these eligibility requirements must be submitted in writing to the scholarship committee and submitted along with your application to the address below.
To be considered for a scholarship, you must complete the online application form, print it, sign it, scan it and mail or email it to: Thomas Fenoseff
What is… December 20th!
Join us for a festive Holiday event together with the Society of Safety Engineers as we play a game of Safety and Engineering Jeopardy! Or… just sit back and enjoy! Prizes, door prizes, delicious food, and great networking as you’ll meet people from across Alaska’s different industries and branches of the military. Please be sure to reserve your seat soon and pick your meal! Learn more at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/same-anchorage-post-monthly-meeting-event-with-aase-tickets-29863623903
See you there!
Alaska DOT : Michael Coffey, Assistant Commissioner with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Mr. Coffey was the prior Incident Commander for the Dalton Highway flood event and will discuss the cause of the flood, DOTPF response, and highlight the Unified Incident Command.
R&M Consultants, Inc. : Construction Administrator, Review of Design that was created for them to manage and the materials quantities for perspective of the short time frame and volume.
Cruz Construction : The logistics of moving all of said materials in the short window of time, numbers of resources/shifts to get the work accomplished, and equipment needed.
BP / NMS Camp's : Logistics of supporting the camp's infrastructure for feeding and housekeeping for 2,000 people. Example: 140,000 pounds of goods are delivered weekly during normal business. Use of Hercs to airlift goods.
Doors open at 11:30. Presentation begins at 11:45.
*RSVP for Presentation with Lunch deadline is: Tuesday October 24th, EOD.
*Please note that registration fee for this meeting is $15.00. Registration for Military Personnel and Student is $10.00.
If you have any questions please contact Michelle Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: After the deadline please register for the free option as extra sandwiches may be available for purchase at the door while supplies last.
"Thank you" to Stantec for sponsoring the meeting room.