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dowl

(daʊl)
n
(Zoology) obsolete the filaments of a feather; down
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DOWL, an Alaska-based, full-service planning and engineering firm, announced the addition of Buckhorn Geotech, a twenty-five-person civil, structural, and geotechnical engineering firm, to its portfolio in December 2014.
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DOWL HKM is now ranked 175 on the Engineer News Record's Top 500 Architectural or Engineering Design Firms' list--up seventeen spots from 193 from the prior year.
DOWL HKM is headquartered in Anchorage and has twenty offices throughout Alaska, Arizona, Montana, North Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming.
DOWL HKM started in Anchorage in 1962 and has grown to a firm with 18 offices in six western states.
DOWL HKM is an Alaska Native-owned company (NANA Development Corp.
Expanding to the Mat-Su Valley, DOWL Engineers opened its new Palmer office.