Siku Construction, A UIC Construction Services Subsidiary, Announces the Formation of a New Division – Siku Cxa
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Michael Campbell, General Manager of SIKU Construction, announced the formalization of a new division of SIKU Construction, SIKU CxA. Created to honor one of the Iñupiaq values, Respect for Nature, SIKU CxA will provide building owners and construction projects with accurate commissioning, systematic building evaluations to reduce energy consumption, thorough evaluations of Operations and Maintenance practices, and professional training of O&M personnel. These services can lower building energy use, overall operational costs, and reduce the energy impact on our environment. “This is a value for our customers and honors one of our guiding principles – Respect for Nature,” Campbell said.
Utilizing Campbell’s experience commissioning industrial power plants and LEED building projects in the Middle East, where he served as Commissioning Manager on an $8 billion project in Doha, Qatar, SIKU CxA will provide integrated solutions for existing buildings and new construction projects. Additionally, SIKU CxA will be teaming with alternative and renewable energy providers.
“This is an exciting time for SIKU Construction as SIKU CxA will bridge gaps within the UIC Construction Services (UICCS) and other UIC subsidiaries,” said Campbell. SIKU Construction is an established contractor that is a certified SBA 8(a), minority business enterprise, small business corporation.
UICCS also holds three other subsidiaries: UIC Construction, LLC; Rockford Corporation; and Kautaq Construction Services, LLC. UICCS is a holding company of the Ukpeaġvik Iñupiat Corporation of the Native village of Barrow, Alaska.