Hamilton established its knowledge and familiarity with Alaska more than four decades ago. In the 1970’s Hamilton installed more than 450 bridges throughout Alaska. Over the years, we’ve partnered with owners to deliver projects in isolated locations, rough terrain, dense urban locations, and under alternative delivery contracts.
In 2013, Hamilton was Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities' (ADOT&PF) first CM/GC contractor with the award-winning Parks Highway MP 237 Riley Creek Bridge Replacement project. In recent years, Hamilton has been awarded two design-build projects and five separate CM/GC projects by ADOT&PF and the Alaska Railroad Corporation’s CM/GC Bird Creek Pony Truss Bridge Replacement Project. Our project-first management approach brings our team and owners together as integrated partners focused on exceeding project goals.
Headquartered in Sutton, we are able to stage resources and equipment to support our Alaska projects, as well as offices for our permanent Alaskan team. Our facility includes a five-acre yard, heated warehouse for storage, and office space. Between this facility and our corporate resources, we are able to provide a full range of bridge, highway interchange, and rail design and construction services.
"Hamilton Construction is proactive, innovative, schedule driven, highly professional and a pleasure to do business with."
- ADOT&PF Northern Region