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Remote Site Services, Inc.        RSSI   
5700 Old Seward Highway   Suite 102
Anchorage, Alaska 99518
Call us at (907) 229-3792
Remote Site Services, Inc. ®     5700 Old Seward Highway Suite 102         Anchorage Alaska 99518        (907) 229-3792    www.remotesiteservicesinc.com

RSSI is an Alaska licensed & bonded General Contractor 

​Turnkey Projects

We specialize in turnkey remote projects for companies that have diligent risk management built into their survival strategy. 
Safe and Sane

RSSI's objective at the beginning of every day is safety first. RSSI has a perfect safety track record and has not had a job related injury or lost day since inception. Continual crew training in safety, health, community and environment helps reinforce safe practices throughout the project. 

The High Cost of a Faulty Plan

Avoid cost overruns of 50%-100% common due to poor planning. Nine out of 10 construction projects have cost overruns.** 

More than 30 years of remote projects has taught RSSI that exhaustive research and in-depth planning is the ONLY route to successful project completion.

Avoid Aircraft Overkill

Remote projects can quickly develop cost overruns due to misallocation of aircraft time. RSSI has an extensive list of Alaska’s best pilots, runways and aircrafts developed over 30 years of remote projects. 

We match the project with the right aircraft and the right pilot so you don't pay for more airplane than the project needs. 

The High Cost 
of the Low Bid

Statistically, going with the low bid costs 20%-40% more overall.*  RSSI is seldom the low bidder and we are often selected as the ‘best value’ bid saving you up to 40% on the project.

RSSI is licensed, bonded and insured. 
* Battellereport, 2003 study of  low bid projects in 20 states
Sampling projects
** Journal of the American Planning Association 2002 study
Arctic logistics 
Turnkey remote projects
Specialized flyable excavator
Remote accommodations & infrastructure
Remote excavation
Perfect project safety record
Cat train