Enterprise Engineering, Inc.

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. Multidiscipline Engineering from offices in Anchorage, Alaska and Falmouth, Maine
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02/24/2021

Happy Engineers Week to all the dedicated and hardworking engineers at EEI!

Engineers Week was founded in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers to draw attention to the contributions that engineers have made to society and to advancing our quality of life. At Enterprise Engineering, Inc., Engineers Weeks gives us the opportunity to recognize and celebrate the diverse engineering professionals on our team and around the world. EEI started its legacy more than 40 years ago with a handful of engineers and has grown into a successful firm supporting projects and clients worldwide.

This is the perfect time to celebrate the engineers in your life and to encourage and inspire the engineers of tomorrow!

Another successful year of EEI partnering with VOA Alaska to spread a little holiday cheer to those in need! Thank you t...
12/17/2020

Another successful year of EEI partnering with VOA Alaska to spread a little holiday cheer to those in need! Thank you to all of our wonderful employees that participated in this amazing toy drive!

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. is proud to announce that Kelly Waring, P.E. has been elected President by the Board of Dir...
10/02/2020

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. is proud to announce that Kelly Waring, P.E. has been elected President by the Board of Directors. Kelly, a graduate from Montana State University, joined the EEI team in 1998 as a Mechanical Engineer, and became a Principal of the firm in 2006. He brings more than 25 years of experience to his new position and has contributed 22 of those years to the growth and success of EEI. Please join us in congratulating Kelly Waring on his exciting new role and continued success!

After more than 24 years with Enterprise Engineering, Inc., Gary Cain, Senior Civil Engineer and former President will b...
09/29/2020

After more than 24 years with Enterprise Engineering, Inc., Gary Cain, Senior Civil Engineer and former President will be retiring in November.
Gary is based in our Anchorage office and through his commitment and leadership, has contributed to EEI’s continued growth and success over the last two decades. Gary came to EEI in 1996, bringing with him years of engineering design and construction experience. In his early years with EEI, Gary committed himself to building a Civil Engineering Department in the Anchorage office and by 2001, Gary was named as a Principal in the firm and was leading a vibrant Civil Engineering team. He has been instrumental in the solid growth of the company, and his contributions are a critical aspect of EEI becoming one of the premier military fuels engineering firms with worldwide contracts.
Not only has Gary contributed to EEI’s success as a company, but he has also shaped EEI’s culture and defined our mission and values. He has touched many lives during his career through his encouragement and dedication, and we will always look back on his time with the organization with gratitude and appreciation.
Please join us in thanking Gary for his many years of dedication to the success of EEI. His leadership has provided a strong foundation for the firm and has charted a course for future success. We wish him the best in his retirement and future endeavors!

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Eng...
08/27/2020

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Engineer. This promotion recognizes their contributions and unmistakable potential. This post highlights Matthew Fritz, PE, a graduate from South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Matt is a certified API 570 Pipeline Inspector. He has been a member of EEI’s Mechanical Engineering team for more than a decade and his dedication and work ethic have taken him to projects spanning from Alaska to Guam to Australia and everywhere in-between. He is based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Eng...
08/26/2020

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Engineer. This promotion recognizes their contributions and unmistakable potential. This post highlights Aaron Lewis, PE, an Alaskan native and graduate from University of Idaho with a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Aaron started as a member of EEI’s Civil Engineering group in the Anchorage office and has been promoted to Department Manager of the Structural Department. His knowledge and expertise have awarded him project experience throughout the United States, Japan, and Korea.

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Eng...
08/26/2020

Enterprise Engineering, Inc is pleased to announce that we have promoted three key members of our staff to Associate Engineer. This promotion recognizes their contributions and unmistakable potential. This post highlights Duncan Keith, a lifelong Alaskan with a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. He is a key team member of the Mechanical Department in the Anchorage office. His attention to detail and experience has taken him to projects in rural Alaska, Japan, and Australia.

With mixed emotions we announce the retirement of our dear friend and beloved employee, Darlene Kuiper. Enterprise Engin...
07/30/2020

With mixed emotions we announce the retirement of our dear friend and beloved employee, Darlene Kuiper. Enterprise Engineering, Inc. recognizes Darlene for her unconditional dedication and enthusiasm for the company and every employee she worked with over the years. Darlene has been the Alaska Office Manager for EEI for the past nine years and has had a positive impact on everyone she met along the way. From coming in on her days off to help prepare for a new hire, to making sure everyone was taken care of on a daily basis, Darlene has truly been an asset and a member of the EEI family. She will be deeply missed, but we can only feel happy for her many years of service and the adventure that lies ahead. On behalf of everyone at EEI, I would like to wish Darlene the best of luck in her next chapter!

Anchorage CANstruction
04/11/2019

Anchorage CANstruction

We're sharing the awards given out for our 2019 CANstruction Anchorage event. The first is Most CANs and goes to Enterprise Engineering, Inc. for their Going Bananas for Hunger structure, which boasts over 5,000 CANs. Congrats, EEI!

Over 4000 Cans for the Food Bank - Kevin never looked so good!
03/23/2019

Over 4000 Cans for the Food Bank - Kevin never looked so good!

Almost Kevin!
03/23/2019

Almost Kevin!

03/18/2019
Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI) proudly announces the Board of Directors has elected Gary Cain, P.E. as President.  G...
03/04/2019

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. (EEI) proudly announces the Board of Directors has elected Gary Cain, P.E. as President. Gary has been a Principal with EEI since 1998, and brings 37 years of engineering design and construction experience to the firm. Gary is based out of our Anchorage Alaska office and has contributed his leadership and strong commitment to EEI’s continued success and growth over the past 23 years. EEI is a multi-disciplinary engineering firm with offices in Falmouth, Maine; Anchorage, Alaska; and Honolulu, Hawaii. EEI specializes in design and integrity management of refined petroleum product storage and distribution systems for government and private sector clients.

The EEI Team had a very productive project review meeting in the Australian Capitol of Canberra.  While there they had t...
11/16/2018

The EEI Team had a very productive project review meeting in the Australian Capitol of Canberra. While there they had the privilege of observing the Last Post Ceremony at Australian War Memorial.

Congratulations to our Civil & Planning team for being awarded the Best Practices Award by the Alaska Planning Associati...
11/20/2017

Congratulations to our Civil & Planning team for being awarded the Best Practices Award by the Alaska Planning Association for their work on the Raven’s Roost Co-Housing Project!

This is one of our newest employees, Jake, using new phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) equipment on a project in Ne...
06/19/2017

This is one of our newest employees, Jake, using new phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) equipment on a project in New Hampshire. Welcome to the team, Jake!

Is it time for something new? We're hiring a structural engineer and we'd like to hear from you.
04/24/2017
Enterprise Engineering, Inc. | Structural Engineer

Is it time for something new? We're hiring a structural engineer and we'd like to hear from you.

EEI has an immediate opening for a structural engineer in our Anchorage, Alaska office or Falmouth, Maine office. In this role you will design steel framed and reinforced concrete buildings and structures, foundations, supports for industrial equipment and piping systems, inspect and evaluate fuel s...

03/27/2017
How to Make Hydraulic Powered Robotic Arm from Cardboard

The workweek is just getting started—and we can't wait to have fun with this project next weekend.

How to Make Hydraulic Powered Robotic Arm from Cardboard In this video I show you how to make robotic arm from cardboard, it's quite fun to plaw with. Especi...

Did you know that Emily Roebling stepped in to fill the roll of Chief Engineer for the Brooklyn Bridge? Or that a starle...
03/08/2017
8 Famous Female Engineers in History - Ivey Engineering

Did you know that Emily Roebling stepped in to fill the roll of Chief Engineer for the Brooklyn Bridge? Or that a starlet—Hedy Lamarr—invented a remote controlled communications system for the US during WWII? We're celebrating International Women's Day with a nod to some of the women who inspire us every day.

How many of your favorite inventions were created by a woman? Check out our list of 8 Famous Female Engineers in History.

Engineering news is flooding our inboxes this E-Week. One of our favorites? In commemoration of the 50 year anniversary ...
02/23/2017
The Apollo 11 exhibit is the next big national tour you need to catch

Engineering news is flooding our inboxes this E-Week. One of our favorites? In commemoration of the 50 year anniversary of the first moon landing, this exhibit is touring the US for the next two years.

More than 20 objects and a 3D interactive tour join the capsule on tour.

It's Engineers Week! For a little bit of fun, here's a slide show from PBS that highlights ten fun engineering facts. En...
02/22/2017
Ten Fun Facts About Engineering

It's Engineers Week! For a little bit of fun, here's a slide show from PBS that highlights ten fun engineering facts. Enjoy.

Still images courtesy of Stef Lewandowski, New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc., Josh Brown, NASA, The Library of Congress, Jon Hanson, Georgia Institute of Technology, Cédric Beus, and ©NOVA/WGBH Educational Foundation.

Some words of encouragement from the Queen to get you through the week.
01/30/2017

Some words of encouragement from the Queen to get you through the week.

Here is the second of two projects we have up for an Engineering Excellence Award. This is the project board for the Tan...
01/23/2017

Here is the second of two projects we have up for an Engineering Excellence Award. This is the project board for the Tank Farm Expansion at the Port of Anchorage. EEI's fuels engineers were responsible for designing 17.7 million gallons of new fuel storage. The project had an extremely tight schedule—18 months from initial planning to completed construction—and our engineers met the challenge. Well done!

Back to Anchorage for the Port of Anchorage Tank Farm Expansion project, submitted by Enterprise Engineering.

We're excited to have two projects that are up for Engineering Excellence Awards this year. This is the project board fo...
01/16/2017

We're excited to have two projects that are up for Engineering Excellence Awards this year. This is the project board for the Susitna-Ridgeline Affordable Housing development in Anchorage—EEI's civil engineers were responsible for saving the client more than $700,000 in construction costs. Well done!

Enterprise Engineering was busy with affordable housing work, not just tank farms this past year. Check out the Susitna Ridgeline Affordable Housing project.

Today was moving day—the Freeport office packed up and said goodbye their office of 14 years. Tomorrow they'll be in the...
10/20/2016

Today was moving day—the Freeport office packed up and said goodbye their office of 14 years. Tomorrow they'll be in their new big and bright space in Falmouth.

Our Maine office is moving! Starting this Thursday, October 20th they'll be in their bigger and sunnier location in Falm...
10/17/2016
Enterprise Engineering, Inc. | We’re Moving!

Our Maine office is moving! Starting this Thursday, October 20th they'll be in their bigger and sunnier location in Falmouth, Maine. If you're in the neighborhood stop by and say, "Hi!"

The staff in the Maine office are getting new digs! We spent the previous 14 years in a building across from the LL Bean flagship store in Freeport—and our old office served us well. We made great memories and tackled a lot of fun projects, and we’re excited to make more good memories in our new spa...

We're spending some time training this week—this is Adam working on an advanced Non-Destructive Examination technique. A...
09/29/2016

We're spending some time training this week—this is Adam working on an advanced Non-Destructive Examination technique. A big thank you to Doug and Karl for making the trip from our Maine office to train the Alaska staff!!

08/02/2016
Enterprise Engineering, Inc. | Careers

Are you looking for a challenging career, with cool people, in a great spot? Check out our careers page! We're hiring mid-level and senior mechanical engineers and a mechanical integrity engineer.

AT EEI we perform a diverse range of projects throughout the US and worldwide. We are dedicated to hiring motivated professionals like you to continue our 40+ year history and further our reputation as a preferred provider of engineering services. As a member of our team you can expect a professiona...

05/23/2016

Congratulations to Kay Holbrook on her selection for the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), Maine Chapter board of directors! Kay is an active member of the group and for the past three years has been an enthusiastic volunteer for the organization. Well done, Kay!

Congratulations to Nick Homerding! He's a civil engineer in our Anchorge office and just won the ASCE Anchorge Young Mem...
04/08/2016

Congratulations to Nick Homerding! He's a civil engineer in our Anchorge office and just won the ASCE Anchorge Young Member Engineer of the Year. And as luck would have it his brother Kris—also a civil engineer in our Anchorge office—was able to present the award to him. Well done!

Our finished Book Worm - come check it out!!!!
03/26/2016

Our finished Book Worm - come check it out!!!!

This year's Canstruction structure is coming together! (Probably because we have the best helpers.) Come by the Universi...
03/26/2016

This year's Canstruction structure is coming together! (Probably because we have the best helpers.) Come by the University Center Mall in Anchorge and check it out!

This past weekend EEI shareholders—past and present—came together to celebrate the retirement of one of our favorite mec...
03/14/2016

This past weekend EEI shareholders—past and present—came together to celebrate the retirement of one of our favorite mechanical engineers. Jim, we'll miss your amazing sense of humor, incredible spirit, and can-do attitude. (And your goofy bike clothes.) Cheers!

We're getting excited for the E-Week banquet this weekend! Here's one more project that we submitted for the festivities...
02/22/2016

We're getting excited for the E-Week banquet this weekend! Here's one more project that we submitted for the festivities: The Trailside Heights Affordable Housing Development in Anchorage. This development boasts 121 units with a playground and community building, and pedestrian connectivity to a school, church, mass transit, and other amenities.

Enterprise Engineering, Inc. also submitted the Trailside Heights Affordable Housing Development project owned by the Volunteers of America Alaska.

Yesterday was head shot day—and we ended up having a TON of fun. Here are some of our favorite outtakes!
02/19/2016

Yesterday was head shot day—and we ended up having a TON of fun. Here are some of our favorite outtakes!

Address

2525 Gambell St, Ste 200
Anchorage, AK
99503

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(907) 563-3835

Products

Mechanical, Civil, Geotechnical, and Structural Engineering
Land and Hydrographic Surveying

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