Back-to-back earthquakes rattle Anchorage, Alaska

December 3, 2018

Back-to-back earthquakes rattle Anchorage, Alaska 

A 7.0 magnitude earthquake followed by a 5.7 magnitude earthquake ripped across Anchorage, Alaska last week, causing widespread damage to roads, bridges, residential and commercial structures, and power lines. More than 1,000 aftershocks, ranging from magnitudes of more than 4.5 to less than 2.5, occurred after the powerful quake. Accessibility continues to be limited in certain areas due to sinkholes, cracked pavements, and collapsed bridges.

Catastrophe Engineering Services        

Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. forensic engineers and building consultants are prepared to assist with the evaluation of residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure losses. 

Please call 800-580-3228 or email to request property inspection, construction consulting, and remediation design services. 

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