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There is no infrastructure without construction. Alaska’s general and specialized contractors have decades of experience building in the state’s unique and challenging environment. Alaska Business covers everything from industrial suppliers and green construction projects to electrical and mechanical contracting. Large or small and across the state we keep you informed about how Alaska’s being built.

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Acknowledging Excellence

Alaska Occupational Safety and Health (AKOSH) is recognizing Dawson Construction, which has corporate offices in Juneau and Bellingham, Washington, for its acceptance into the Construction Health & Safety Excellence (CHASE) program at the gold level.

CHASE is a partnership program between licensed Alaska contractors and AKOSH to take a proactive approach to reduce workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities within the construction industry. The partnership is tailored exclusively for the construction industry in Alaska and produces immediate positive effects within the safety and health program.

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In addition to year-round coverage in our print and digital magazine (check out Breaking Frozen Ground, published in July 2020), every March Alaska Business features a Construction Special Section, which highlights construction projects as well as issues and trends in the industry.


Expert Advice

Parker, Smith & Feek Vice President Kevin Sayler penned this HR Matters article that gives sound advice to help prevent builder’s risk claims.

Spotlight Business Profiles

Doyon, Limited


Personnel Plus

Lynden Inc.

Altman, Rogers & Co.

National Cooperative Bank

Calista Corporation

Fountainhead Hotels

Thomas Head & Greisen, PC

American Marketing Association Alaska Chapter

ARM Creative

Leonardo DRS

Avis Alaska


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Alaska Business Magazine March 2021 cover

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Hardware Hangs In

March 2021

Turns out, predicting the effects of a pandemic on a global economy is kind of impossible. In the midst of the uncertainty, those companies that crumbled and those that found ways to thrive seemed random at times, depending on local economies, access to financial aid, the unpredictability of consumers, changing regulations, and a little bit of “who knows.”