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Charles Ellanna joined the Sitnasuak Native Corporation (SNC) Land Department as the Land Technician in the company’s Nome headquarters.read more
Some of his most notable projects include the Hyatt House, located just south of downtown Anchorage, and 100 East Ocean Boulevard, a thirty-story concrete tower in Long Beach, California.read more
SeaTac Marine Services is pleased to announce the addition of Kirk Miles, Special Operations Manager. With more than fifteen years of experience in the marine transportation industry, Kirk specializes in Alaska movement and supply chain management.read more
Stantec recently added three key team members to its Environmental Services group in Alaska, expanding in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Wasilla.read more
Coffman Engineers, Inc. (Coffman) is pleased to announce leadership changes to the mechanical engineering department. In order to best serve our clients, Coffman has reorganized our overall mechanical engineering department into two departments focusing on commercial and industrial clients.read more
Anchorage Downtown Partnership is pleased to announce the hiring of their new Executive Director, Amanda Moser.read more
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Jeremy Field, regional administrator for the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Pacific Northwest Administrator—which includes Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington—has been traveling Alaska this week.read more
In This Issue
Looking at worldwide LNG and Alaska’s North Slope
Global companies pursue exploration and production in Alaska.