Man-made islands have been utilized thoughout the world for industrial, commercial, and recreational purposes. PND has utilized its OPEN CELL SHEET PILE™ (OCSP) system to develop the technology to design offshore, man-made islands in the Arctic regions, pairing the OCSP with icebreaking structures to fortify existing islands and build new ones. Similar man-made islands can be built all over the world as OCSP technology lends itself to a large variety of soil and environmentally adverse conditions.

PND has also developed an offshore island system which utilizes its SPIN FIN™ piles. (To read more about SPIN FIN pile technology, click here.)

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  • KODIAK HIGH WINS AIA ALASKA AWARD

    Kodiak High School won the Award of Honor at AIA Alaska's 2018 Annual Conference on Architecture in October in Ketchikan. PND Engineers, Inc. provided several services for the project.

  • NIGLIQ BRIDGE WINS ANOTHER NATIONAL AWARD

    PND’s Nigliq Bridge took the top prize in the 2018 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards competition hosted by the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations. Kenton Braun, PE, accepted the award on behalf of PND Engineers, Inc. at the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit on Oct. 26 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago.

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