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Under the terms of the $18 million contract, the Alaska-based company will make major improvements, including the construction of a new office building, large floating pier, steel access trestle, and updated power and water utility systems.
The new ATJRC website promotes tribal self-governance, inter-community collaboration, and Alaska sustainability.
The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) announced the promotion of Royal Hill Jr. to Construction Project Manager.
The competition seeks to boost economic development and jobs in the Bristol Bay region by supporting emerging businesses and entrepreneurs.
The contribution includes $10,000 in in-kind research services, which SHI routinely uses to measure and evaluate its programs.
The project started in January and is helping museum archaeologists study areas with known or suspected petroglyphs.
The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) announced the hire of Amelia Smiley-Rivera (Jiyál’axch) as the Employment & Training (E&T) Manager.
The foundation donated it to SHI so it would be made available to weaving students to study.
The grant will support Utuqqanaatmiñ, a three-year initiative for innovative Indigenous programming to drive social change and community healing.
GNE is a well-established engineering firm with clients and projects ranging from the North Slope to Anchorage.
Chugach Alaska Corporation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Daniel Fenza will be appointed to President and Chief Operating Officer, effective March 1, 2021.
Ahtna Marine & Construction Company Establishes SBA 8(a) Certified Joint Venture with J.F. Brennan Co.
Together AMCC and Brennan will bid and execute specific environmental dredging and dam construction projects throughout the United States that may have otherwise been out of reach.
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The Corporate 100
Alaska Business has been celebrating the corporations that have a significant impact on Alaska’s economy since 1993. At the time, the corporations weren’t ranked as the list didn’t have specific ranking criteria. Instead, the Alaska Business editorial team held long, detailed, and occasionally passionate discussions about which organizations around the state were providing jobs, owned or leased property, used local vendors, demonstrated a high level of community engagement, and in general enriched Alaska.