Flood Control Project
Upper Berryessa Creek Flood Channel
Suulutaaq was the prime contractor for the Upper Berryessa Creek Channel Improvements project in Milpitas, CA involving the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) – San Francisco District and the Santa Clara Valley Water District.
Flood Control Project
Napa Valley Wine Train Relocation
The $79M Napa Valley Wine Train (NVWT) heavy civil project was located in downtown Napa, CA. The project involved the excavation and embankment of on-site material as part of the Napa River Flood Control Project.
Suulutaaq has solid experience constructing Federal, state, municipal and commercial projects.
Our project history illustrates our ability to successfully manage a variety of contracts. Through our Federal experience, Suulutaaq has gained a strong knowledge base of Federal contracting requirements. We have served clients throughout the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska, as well as in Japan and Guam.
Some of our clients include:
- Army Corps of Engineers
- Bureau of Reclamation
- Oregon Dept. of Transportation (ODOT)
- Department of Homeland Security
- Defense Commissary Agency
- USPFO Alaska National Guard
- Bureau of Indian Affairs / Department of Interior
- US Coast Guard (USCG)
- Alaska Department of Transportation (AK DOT)
- US Air Force (USAF)
Safety is our Priority Superior is our Standard
Suulutaaq is a Small, Disadvantaged Business (SDB) general contractor and an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) subsidiary. We provide design/bid/build civil construction, restoration, and construction management services to a broad spectrum of clients.
Our corporate office is in Anchorage, Alaska and we maintain operations offices in Suisun City, California and Eugene, Oregon.
We are a general contractor focusing primarily on heavy construction for governmental and commercial projects.
Suulutaaq also provides restoration services for stream channels, wild life habitat, integrated ecosystems, and other environmentally sensitive areas.
We have the ability to self-perform multiple facets of a project and have access to a wide range of subcontracting disciplines to provide turn-key projects.
Suulutaaq works as a partner with our clients to maximize project efficiencies and to incorporate client ideas into a final cost effective solution. With more than 100 years of combined team experience, we offer our clients extensive knowledge in construction which fosters a well-managed project. We also operate our company to comply with the values of our more than 3,600 Alaskan native shareholders.
Suulutaaq is pronounced "Soo-loo-dock" which means "Gold" in Yupik.
- We are an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) Subsidiary
- We are a Federal Small Disadvantaged Business
- We are Alaska DBE (99005253) and Oregon DBE (11871)
- We have Been in business since 2004
- We have a Bonding Capacity of $35M Single $50M Aggregate.
- Offices in Alaska, California, Oregon
- We have ability to perform large projects
- We have ability to perform diverse projects
- SBE Federal Self-Certified
- Self-Performing Heavy Civil General Contractor
who we are
Welcome to Suulutaaq. Through commitment and pride, we offer our clients cost effective and reliable solutions to meet any project challenge. Suulutaaq understands that clients expect and deserve construction services that will exceed expectations at competitive pricing. Suulutaaq provides this service through our personnel and staff on- and off-site.
Suulutaaq offers our customers the “best value” through competitive pricing and efficient project delivery. We aim to exceed your expectations every time.
We look for opportunities that leverage our core strengths and competency with existing and new clients and partners.
We bring the right people to the project and offer advancement and training opportunities, so you can count on your project being in good hands from start to finish.
Our team at Suulutaaq aims to build long lasting relationships with trusted business partners. We look forward to working with you for years to come.
- Repairs consist of water diversion and placing rip rap and geotextile along the entire height of the slope at each site.
- The very narrow access roads and unique conditions at each site call for creative methods and solutions to accomplish the work.
- Work included complete dewatering of Canyon Creek into a 36” pipe and rebuilding the entire streambed including rip rap along the sides and streambed enhancement materials in the bottom.
- Grouted rip rap was placed underneath a low bridge.
- Once the streambed work was completed the roadway was rebuilt and paved.
- Approximately 44,000 CY of earth was excavated to create the new 2000 foot section of channel.
- Storm drain pipes, manholes and headwalls were constructed to tie exiting drainage into the new channel.
- Rip Rap was placed in portions of the channel while other areas utilized curving earth slopes.
- Temporary access was maintained to the public while the new bridge was being constructed in place of the old one.
Alameda Zone 7 Canal Repair
This project consists of levee repair at 25 different locations within the city of Pleasanton, CA.
US 395 Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation
This project near John Day, Oregon consists of work at 2 sites along US Hwy 395.
Gerber Creek PH 3
This project for Sacramento County included widening an existing small creek as well as replacing a bridge with a new design build bridge.