2014 Request For Propsals

The Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation has released an RFP: Call for Pre‐Feasibility Studies on Wood‐Fired Heating Projects. The RFP  will be open until June 19, 2014 5pm Alaska Standard Time.

For the 2013 RFP, Alaska Wood Energy Associates, Coffman Engineers, and CTA Architects Engineers y were awarded contracts. As such, their proposals are public documents and can be accessed by following these links:

AWEA 2013 Proposal Submission

AWEA 2013 Cost Proposal

CEI 2013 Proposal Submission

CEI 2013 Cost Proposal

CTA 2013 Proposal Submission

CTA 2013 Cost Proposal

All of the communities and organizations selected for 2014's prefeasibility studies filled out Statement of Interest forms earlier this year. Their applications can be accessed by following these links:

Native Village of Kluti-Kah

Native Village of Gakona

Russian Mission

US Forest Service- Tongass National Forest

Chapel by the Lake

Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority- Kake and Angoon

Klawock City School District

Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority- Klawock and Craig




Interior Forest Products

Around the nation many locations offer forest products development opportunities but few can offer sustainable, high quality, developed transportation connections, final consumer markets and a system of industry support.  With its substantial timber resources, Fairbanks, Alaska is the place to build and expand on its forest products industry.  All these resources allow for value-added production backed by the necessary expertise and support. Fairbanks is an attractive location for forest industry development and the Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation is here to help!


White Spruce and Paper Birch are the principle species in the Interior, with lesser amounts of Aspen and Black Spruce.  State and private owned lands combined provide over 5,655 MMBF.  A variety of processes are available for procurement of timber to sustain forest product operations. 

Check out our New Growth Prospectus

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