OUR CLIENTS

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Municipality of Anchorage “We appreciate your quick response to the emergency winter design replacement and oversight of the main septic tank that serves the O’Malley Golf Clubhouse and Restaurant. Also thank you for the extra effort in responding to civil and survey needs in rebuilding the asphalt apron around the buildings and numerous golf cart paths throughout the golf course. The managers of the facility were pleased with the quick response from the design team and contractor. Look forward to working with you in the future.”

 

Alaska Department of Transportation “Thank you, Chris, it was great to see you again, and I appreciate the above and beyond efforts that you and RPKA have provided to Crooked Creek. It is a pleasure to work with you and your company.”

 

Chugiak Fire Service Area “Rodney P. Kinney Associates was responsive to our needs and provided exactly what was needed. I highly recommend Rodney P. Kinney Associates for future work.”

Organized Village of Kasaan “On behalf of the OVK Trial Council, I want to thank you and Brian Pederson again, for working so closely with us on addressing the questions that came to light on our Kasaan-Goose Creek Road Project…Thank you again for going above and beyond the call of duty!”  

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Alaska Region “I really appreciate the quality of this document! A lot of excellent improvements were made, including some rewriting and rearranging for read-ability.”  

 

Holy Spirit Episcopal Church “On behalf of the Vestry, members and friends of the Holy Spirit Church I am writing to express our thank for your help in surveying our church parking lot in preparation for paving. Without your help our project would have been more difficult to finish.”  

 

US Fish and Wildlife Service “Our continuing business with RPKA over the past several years clearly indicates a pattern of success. RPKA’s professionalism, timely performance, and “can-do” attitude are traits reflected in their work efforts.”