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Alaska Civil Construction Organizes with New Leadership Titles

Jun 3, 2024 | Alaska Native, Construction, Right Moves

UIC Commercial Services

Reorganization of two subsidiaries of UIC Commercial Services—a holding line for businesses owned by Ukpeaġvik Iñupiat Corporation (UIC), the village corporation for Utqiaġvik—into core components of the Alaska Civil Construction division means new titles for the leadership of Qayaq Construction and HC Contractors.

To lead the division, Kodi Long is promoted to Vice President of Alaska Civil Construction and continues as General Manager of Qayaq. Since 2020, his leadership efforts have resulted in building a highly skilled and dedicated Qayaq team. The company has established a track record for exceptional performance on Alaska infrastructure projects.

Kodi Long

UIC Commercial Services

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Alaska Business June 2024 Cover

June 2024

Bill Hoople, CEO of HC Contractors, is promoted to Chairman of HC Construction Holdings. Hoople founded HC Contractors in North Pole in 1993, growing it to $87 million in revenue. The company has built and rehabilitated numerous highways and roads, especially in the Interior. UIC acquired HC Contractors in 2022.

Bill Hoople

UIC Commercial Services

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