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Cutting, milling, and engineering is provided with the highest level of service and quality.

We are a team of highly skilled people dedicated to working with customers and partners to enhance safe and efficient flight.

Join us for the first ever Cook Inlet Belugas Count! It is a collaboration between a variety of federal and state agencies, local and national organizations, as well as individuals. Booths from a variety of state-wide organizations will be available.

The working area for our Water Jet cutting exceeds 4 feet X 8 feet with material thickness exceeding 6 inches.

Special tooling and fixturing allow us to expand our cutting envelope to about 20 feet long by up to 3 feet deep.

This NEW, all-day event aims to bring together citizens to focus on the endangered Cook Inlet beluga whale, fostering local pride, awareness, and stewardship. Station 1: Kincaid Chalet Station 2: Point Woronzof Station 3: Campbell Creek Estuary Natural Area (Beluga Overlook) Station 4: Windy Point Station 5: Bird Point Station 6: Girdwood (Tidewater Slough) Station 7: Twentymile River Station 8: Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center 12 pm – 5pm: Come to the Alaska Zoo to learn about the research and following of belugas, physical attributes of belugas and more!

Location: Upper Cook Inlet & the Alaska Zoo 9 am – 12 pm: Stop by and help station hosts spot and count whales from a shore-based viewing station.

Event sponsored by NOAA Fisheries with partners; Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Alaska Zoo, Alaska Sea Life Center, Defenders of Wildlife, Friends of the Anchorage Wildlife Refuge, Bureau of Ocean Management, U. Forest Service, Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Photo ID project, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, UAA Kachemak Bay, and committed individuals.