I’m passing along a summary report from the 11/30 earthquake for potential consideration and discussion. I don’t have a particular recommendation, but thought I’d put it into the mix as we have a limited number of proposals.
EARTHQUAKE RECOVERY SURVEY SUMMARY – Building and Equipment Damage (12-15-18 Data)
Major Damage- Fundamentally out of commission- Building- internal infrastructure – relocation –staffing – loss of revenue (Full costs TBA)
- Koahnic’s offices and studios are currently unusable due to damage (part of the Nat’uh building also home of CITC and CIRI Foundation)
- Family Outreach Center for Understanding Special Needs Inc. (FOCUS): catastrophic damage due to water. Relocation of all services required. (pediatric therapy clinic, after school programing, and adult group day hab activities)
- Municipality/ public art: Structural damage of suspended artworks, mounted or free standing artworks — storage facility fees, artwork repair, structural engineer reviews and/or seismic reinforcements.
- Eagle River Nature Center: Structural damage – sewer pipes – equipment damage
- Beans Café: Reported damage to its water heater/boiler, and a crack in floor needs to be repaired.
- Volunteers of America: The ceiling damage at residential treatment center for youth –limited use of the facility. VOA did not have earthquake coverage and does not have the reserves to make the repairs.
- Brother Francis Shelter: Floor slab seams separated in parts of the facility. The building breezeway has cracks appearing on either side of the driveway leading up to the steps.
- Out North: The gallery suffered significant damage. The lighting system, metal lighting structure, water in the gallery, ceiling
- RurAL CAP: All 46 tenants of RurAL CAP’s Karluk Manor housing– critical building repairs
- Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum: Over 100 museum artifacts, prints, photographs and paintings damaged. No running water to the building. Loss of Revenue – Increased staff hours: lost 3 events
- Set Free Alaska: Building sustained damage TBD – lost revenue, increased wage for overtime. fully re-opened Tuesday
- Big Lake Community Center/Big Lake Lions: Building back open to the public by Wednesday, December 5th. $46,000 in physical damage. over $10,000 in lost revenue is our initial assessment
- Girl Scouts of Alaska: A chimney toppled at Camp Togowoods (Wasilla). Water pump at Camp Singing Hill’s (Chugiak) and the pumps electrical system needs to be replaced. out-of-pocket costs including; staff, program materials, snacks and Girl Scout membership scholarships.
- First CME Episcopal Church: building sunk significantly on one corner but is usable. Very uneven floor in the dining room, outside door is difficult to open
- Anchorage Community YMCA: main facility opened with partial closures of the gymnasium and pool. Gymnasium is going to require more inspection and extensive repairs.
- Eagle River Presbyterian Church: significant structural damage
- Anchorage Woman’s Club- custodian of the Historic Pioneer School House. The building identified as unusable until assessment done of structural integrity. Loss of rental income. We spend $8000/year on utilities and need help to defray those costs. Also need a place to hold meetings once a month to accommodate 35 people
Future building needs- TBD
- Hope Community Resources: TBD -90 properties. service delivery may result in permanent loss of revenue
- Catholic Social Services– TBD multiple facilitites
- Anchorage Museum (did not answer the survey)
- APU swimming pool (did not answer the survey)
- Cook Inlet Housing operates approximately 1,600 units of housing estimate of damages is $500,000 to $1,000,000. Funding those costs could potentially impact our ability to fund new housing development(s) in the future. (have a full list of properties)
- Alaska Public Media: broadcast towers, the Goose Bay broadcast facility, and broadcast infrastructure equipment assess they are structurally sounds and undamaged.
- UAA (only one program filled out the survey- don’t have a campus view)
- Family Promise Mat-Su: TBD completed assessment of shelter host facilities
- Blood Bank of Alaska: TBD water damage to the building and equipment
Minor building damage:- cosmetic and or equipment needs
- Mat-Su Services for Children & Adults (MSSCA): want a structural engineer to assess the future safety of building. Do not have funds in our budget.
- Chugiak Senior Citizens, Inc. lost revenue. Adult day services building relocated to another part of the building until it can be fixed.
- Hatcher Alpine Xperience: The seal for the snow-cat shop door was broken/rattled loose, causing heat loss through our large garage bay. $290 plus labor (provided by our own volunteers)
- zender environmental: — 2 big screen monitors. one desk, one standup desk, a few jump drives
- Anchorage Concert Chorus: loss of revenue due to concert in new venue as a result of the earthquake –The HP Pavilion 20-b014 All-in-One Desktop Computer ACC owns and uses to conduct all administrative support was destroyed. $6,000-$10,000
- Alaska Community Action on Toxics: one computer monitor (replacement cost $90-$100) and both of our battery-powered backups for our server ($160 + $110 = $270). Storage cabinet ($200)
- Food Bank of Alaska: Estimated $5,000 to repair the main freezer
- Alaska Mediation: Minor repairs
- Kids’ Corps, Inc: VOIP phone system at various sites
- Anchorage Latino Lions Diversity Service Foundation: Fix or replace ceiling, blinds and floors.
- Anchorage re:MADE: Broken boiler pipe to one of our heaters. lost thousand dollars in
- Presbyterian Hospitality: Computers and desks were damaged in our Wasilla office.
- The Nature Conservancy: Building Repairs $150.00 Staff $3,558.52
- Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center: installing a generator. minor damage boiler
- Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Training (RADACT): Two large front windows
- Alaska Legal Services: 3 offices impacted. Downtown sustain minimal damage.
- Anchorage Community Land Trust/Foraker/Campfire/PIC/State Council on the Arts Building: Minor cracks
- Covenant House Alaska: Minimal building repair
- MatSu Food Bank: minor damage. Building settled
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Southcentral Alaska: Minor repairs, extra staff hours to provide additional services for kids.
- Alaska Youth and Family Network: facility Minor damage to sprinkler heads, ceiling tile
- Knik House basic emergency equipment to support our two housing units in cases of emergency (Generator, Lights, Heat, extra bedding)
- Homer Senior Citizens, Inc. need for a generator
- Anchor Point Senior Citizens Inc.: need was a greater supply of emergency rations to carry out our designated role as commissary and information center