Give us a Call at (907) 456-3853 Send us a Message Send us a Message Name Please enter your name. Email Please enter a valid email. Phone Please enter a valid phone number. Message Please enter a message. Send Message failed. Please try again. Thanks for your message! We'll get back to you soon! Goldstream Engineering, Inc. was founded in 1983 to provide reasonable, reliable, and responsible civil engineering for the local Fairbanks community and surrounding areas. Since that time, we have expanded to include structural, geotechnical, and environmental design, planning, permitting, grant administration, construction management, and administration services across Alaska, both rural and urban. We focus on innovative and economically feasible and culturally acceptable infrastructure projects. We believe that the most successful projects require a partnership founded on trust between the owner, engineer, agencies, and builders, whether force-account, contracted, or other effective collaboration. We have developed innovative contract concepts for projects that fully integrate the owner, designer, and engineering into one team. Our projects range from simple on-site water supply and wastewater disposal systems to off-grid hotels and lodges, municipal and rural roads, buildings, bridges, ports, airports, erosion control, drainage, site development, and water and wastewater treatment plants. We believe the answers to challenges in rural Alaskan villages need to develop from within the community. That education and training for Alaskan Natives will ultimately provide economically and culturally sustainable solutions in their communities. Our role is to educate our clients, support, and implement the decisions they make to the best of our ability. Our Team Mark B Sherman, PE President, Sr. Project Manager Mark Sherman founded and has served as President of the firm since 1984. He has served as a Design Engineer and Project Manager for planning and design firms in both Fairbanks and Anchorage. Mark began his professional career and training in geotechnical engineering and has since expanded his practice into the water supply and wastewater collection and treatment, schools, roads, bridges, erosion protection, flood control and general civil site design and environmental permitting and planning. Mark has both Civil and Environmental Professional Engineering registrations in Alaska. Much of his career has been devoted to projects in rural Alaska, including villages in Interior Alaska and the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. This is an old picture and he has less hair now. Frank Thompson, PE Associate Project Manager Frank joined Goldstream in the Fall of 2019 and will be contributing his 19 years of experience with construction administration, structural design, and drafting of new construction and renovations to the project. Frank has worked on numerous projects for the State of Alaska, Doyon Utilities, CCHRC, UAF and on projects throughout Alaska in cities, rural communities, and military bases. Frank’s primary role in this project will be as associate Project Manager and Quality Control Lead. Frank is the principal structural engineer for Goldstream. Frank enjoys spending time with his family and playing softball. Fatima Lord Mancuso Project Engineer Fatima serves as a project and field engineer for Goldstream Engineering. She oversees the planning and design implementation based on the owner’s input and needs as well as working under the supervision of professional civil and structural engineers. She manages client interface and ensures appropriate information and communication is present between the Owner and the rest of the project team. Fatima graduated from the University of Texas with a BS in Civil Engineering and is near completion of her masters at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) with an MS in structural/materials engineering. Fatima’s primary function for this project will be to provide on-site engineering and interface between the residents and the engineering and construction teams. She is an active subsistence hunter, beader and skin sewer taught to her by her family, who are master artists: Delores Sloan and Dixie Alexander. Fatima’s maternal family are traditional chiefs, subsistence hunters and artists from Nenana and Fort Yukon. She has many friends in Arctic Village and is closely linked to elders through her Simple family relatives and Uncle Edmond Lord. Alexander J Hansen, EIT Project Civil Engineer Alex has served as a design engineer/intern for Goldstream Engineering since 2013 and is an integral part of the company. Alex started his career with Goldstream as an Engineering Technician intern field testing on-site water supply and wastewater disposal systems, performing both construction evaluations to assure compliance with ADEC requirements and performance evaluations to verify system capacity. He then moved into design work under the supervision of several professional civil and structural engineers and routinely performs structural and civil design work. Alex’s primary role in this project will include AutoCAD drafting and mapping. He prioritizes spending time with his family and church, and enjoys hunting and fly fishing.