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Project Planning – Part 1

A Remote Made Easy landing craft being unloaded on an Alaskan shoreline with a forklift at sunset.

We’re getting to the point here in Southeast Alaska where the increasing daylight is almost noticeable.  It’s knowing Spring is on the way, but it could also turn cold and dump snow at any point.  But one of the things that we have is time, and now is a good time to really dig into planning for summer projects. 

For those that live off the road system, oftentimes part of the planning process will be how to get supplies, materials, and equipment where you need it and when you need it.  This is what we do, and we do it very well.

Location and access:  This is one of the first things we’ll talk about with questions like:

  • Where and what is your project?  Do you have available GPS coordinates?
  • What access is available?  Even though we operate a 47’ landing craft, we’ll be asking whether it’s beach access; is there a dock we can tie up to; or is the cargo being flown off by helicopter. 

By understanding your project location and the access available we are able to help determine the best tides, if needed, for safe and efficient delivery.  No one wants to spend money waiting for the right tide because it wasn’t planned out ahead.

Next time we’ll discuss options for offloading cargo as many locations have their own unique features or limitations.

At Remote Made Easy we have the knowledge and expertise to assist with virtually any project so give us a call and let’s talk.


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