Key engineer in Alaska growth, Casper dies at 95

Everett W. “Peter” Casper Jr., a major contributor to and leader of projects in Alaska for decades who played a notable role in the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, has died. He was 95.


Chicago-born but living most of his life in Anchorage, Casper was well-known for his work in the Alaska construction industry during the territorial days, after statehood, and was a notable figure in the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

Casper, P.E., M.ASCE, was a Life Member of ASCE. During World War II he was drafted into the Navy before finishing high school, and saw action

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