Blazy Construction was the general contractor for the recent construction of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Center located in Kodiak Alaska.
Blazy Construction and their sub-contractors provided exemplary service. When confronted with a two month delay in the delivery of structural steel, Blazy Construction redirected resources, expedited the construction schedule and completed the project on time. Blazy Construction and their sub-contractors suggested numerous design changes that provided a higher quality facility with lower operations and maintenance costs.
Blazy Construction has also been involved in two other Fish & Wildlife contracts as a sub-contractor. These projects included the re-roofing of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters in Soldotna, Alaska and the renovation of two campgrounds located at Lower Ohmer Lake and Watson Lake near Sterling, Alaska. The headquarters roofing took place during the months of November and December. This is the worst season in Alaska to be engaged in exterior contruction but yet again Blazy provided a high quality service that was completed ahead of schedule.
On all of these projects Blazy Construction met and exceeded the contract document specifications, particularly in quality and performance. Blazy Constructions’ crews continually strive to provide their clients high quality service.