Don't miss our premier event of the year, recognizing the forty-nine top-grossing businesses in Alaska.
In this year's theme, we've captured the hard work, energy, and teamwork that it takes to be a Top 49er.
By Tasha Anderson
Many of the corporations established by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act have engagement in the oilfield beyond roles as stakeholders and resident experts of the Alaska Arctic—they participate in the oilfield through lease-holding, exploration, development, operations, and the many, many support services related to those activities.
By Vanessa Orr
It takes a lot of equipment to tame the Last Frontier—from bulldozers and skid loaders to excavators and forklifts, there is no lack of demand for construction equipment. For the companies that provide the machines for these jobs, it also takes a mastery of logistics and a lot of careful planning to make sure that the equipment that drives Alaska is ready and available for work.
By Isaac Stone Simonelli
When constructing in the Arctic or near-Arctic regions of the world where permafrost dominates, the adage “If it’s frozen, keep it frozen; if it’s thawed keep it thawed” provides a strong foundation. Doing this, however, is one of the greatest challenges for engineers and construction companies that specialize in building in some of the coldest places on Earth.