We’ve been a trusted provider of quality services to the resource development industry for more than 30 years. Our commitment to building trust and confidence with our clients through safety, innovation, and excellence is a point of pride. We bring the most experienced professionals and skilled craft with the technical knowledge and local connections to deliver robust solutions on projects from initiation to completion, or at any phase in between.
Our facilities in Deadhorse are configured to provide the level of service delivery expected by our North Slope clients. All facilities are in compliance with HSE regulations as necessary to perform our work in the special and demanding Arctic environment.
Peak’s facilities are fully stocked with the necessary tools, consumables and inventory items to support maintenance and construction projects throughout the North Slope. Peak employs a full time Parts and Materials Manager to manage necessary materials for the varying job requirements.
Peak’s commitment to maintaining a strong contracting presence at the North Slope includes a substantial investment in support facilities. Our Base Camp operation includes the following:
- Housing/Office Facilities
- Maintenance Shop & Equipment Repair Facility with Class 1 & 2 Wash Bay
- Welding Shop
- Carpenter Shop / Sand Blast Shop
- Electrical Shop and Parts Warehouse
- Sandblast Facility
- Paint and Body Shop Building
- Rigging Facility
- Heated Equipment Storage Buildings
- Light Vehicle and Non-Mobile Shops
- Additional Pad Storage Space
Peak Oilfield Service Company owns one of the largest equipment fleets in Alaska. The fleet includes equipment of the type normally employed in civil construction, and drilling and production support. This includes dozers, loaders, hydraulic excavators, compactors, graders, dump trucks, cranes, Rolligon type ATVs as well as a full complement of support equipment such as vacuum and tanker trucks, heavy hauling trucks, fuel, lube, and mechanics trucks.
All of our equipment is company-owned, in excellent operating condition, and is equipped to meet job requirements of arctic and remote project work.
Peak’s Nikiski base of operations is a complex of facilities located on a 12 acre site located two miles from the OSK Barge Dock and Heliport. Large laydown area is available for storage of piping, equipment, drill rigs, and other project materials. Our yard is connected to a herc-sized runway by a 400 foot wide ramp that can be used as a taxiway. The complex also includes a wash bay facility.
- Site: Located at mile 26.5 on the Kenai Spur Highway, this 12 acre site has ample yard space for laydown and storage. It is conveniently located within two miles of the Nikiski Dock which services Cook Inlet’s offshore platforms and facilities on the west side of Cook Inlet and is also well situated to service the oil and gas fields located on the east side of Cook Inlet.
- Fab Shop : The fabrication shop is 3,600 square feet and has wire feed welding machines, plasma cutter, stick welding machines (electric and diesel) and a 5 ton overhead bridge crane.
- Project Management Office & Shop: This office/shop is 1,600 square feet. The shop area allows project connex units to be loaded in a dry, controlled temperature environment.
- Mechanic Shop: This shop is 12,000 square feet and has nine rollup doors and five bays. A full width 10 ton bridge crane is installed. Several of these bays can be used for pipe or module fabrication.
- Offices: The office space is approximately 1,720 square feet (plus a conference room and storage).
Peak’s Tank Cleaning Division serves the needs of the Valdez Marine Terminal. A mechanic’s shop, covered storage area, and office space is located on 48,000 sq. ft. parcel adjacent to the Richardson Highway.