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Alaska Tribal consortium turns on the water works
By Andrew Jensen
Anchorage, Alaska (AP)
Any engineer takes pride in seeing a project through to completion, especially those that come with unique design challenges.
In rural Alaska, the only thing greater than the challenges of construction are the rewards of bringing projects to the finish line that deliver clean, safe water to remote villages for the first time.
Managing projects from the permafrost of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta to the rainy Southeast means no project is typical for Matt Dixon. Dixon is director of operations for the Division of Environmental Health and Engineering, a part of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.
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