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Cape Fox Corporation Hires Senior Vice President of Construction Services

Apr 23, 2024 | Alaska Native, Construction, Right Moves

Cape Fox Corporation

The Alaska Native corporation for the village of Saxman, Cape Fox Corporation (CFC), hired Jason Brown as Senior Vice President of Construction Services. In that position, he leads the CFC construction team and business lines for Cape Fox Federal Contracting Group.

“I am humbled and also excited to have been asked to lead this impressive team forward in building a future of modern and sustainable infrastructure for our clients,” says Brown. “Integrity, innovation, and integration will be the foundation of every decision we make to build a future for our greatest resource, our people. That includes our shareholders, employees, clients, industry partners, and every stakeholder in the solutions we deliver together. I can’t wait to get started!”

Brown most recently served as chief strategy officer for Bristol Bay Construction Holdings and as vice president of corporate development for Panhandle Power Solutions, both subsidiaries of Bristol Bay Native Corporation. Brown has an MBA in finance and marketing from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has more than twenty years of experience leading strategic growth in construction and infrastructure modernization.

“Jason is a proven leader in construction, infrastructure, and facilities modernization,” says CFC CEO Chris Luchtefeld. “He has an amazing track record of developing and growing successful businesses. We are excited to welcome Jason to our team.”

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