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Calista Corporation
Companies
30+
Shareholders
31,000+
2018 Revenues
$575M
Calista Corporation’s team of companies have operated in nearly every Alaskan community. We have the experience to provide you with operational success anywhere in Alaska.
Calista’s mission is to increase Shareholder benefits and economic opportunities through innovation, growth, leadership, execution and financial discipline.

Our vision is to be an Alaska Native Corporation that is the standard for economic success and corporate responsibility. We provide dividends to our Shareholders and offer scholarships to Shareholders and Descendants.

Calista is the parent company of more than 30 subsidiaries in the following industries: military defense contracting, construction, real estate, environmental and natural resource development, and oil field services.

Contact Details

Calista Corporation
5015 Business Park Blvd., Suite 3000
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Phone: 907-275-2800
Business Development
Alba Brice, Director of Business Development
907-275-2800
[email protected]
Lands Department
Tisha Kuhns, Geologist II and Interim VP of Lands and Natural Resources
907-275-2800
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Media
Media Inquiries
907-275-2800
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Shareholder Services
Enrollment | MyCalista.com | Direct Deposit | Stock Wills | Name or Address Change
907-275-2801
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“Alaska is our home. Calista Corporation’s companies have operated in nearly every community in the state. Combined with award-winning work throughout the U.S. and internationally, our team of companies have the experience to bring you success from concept to completion.”
Andrew Guy
President & CEO
Calista Corporation
What We Do
Calista is comprised of more than 30 subsidiaries, providing services including heavy equipment sales, rental and service, construction including pilings and crane services, oil field services, federal defense contracting, fiber optic services, and more.
Calista is a regional Alaska Native Corporation established in 1971 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) as a means of creating economic opportunities for Alaska Native Shareholders in Southwest Alaska.

The second largest of the original 13 Alaska Native Corporations, Calista represents approximately 28,000 Shareholders. The Calista Region encompasses more than 6.5 million acres and includes 56 villages, which are incorporated into 46 independent village corporations.

Our Companies & Services
Calista’s team of companies has both the resources and the experience to provide the services you need. We deliver excellence in the projects we build, the services we offer and the jobs we provide.
  • Construction & Engineering
  • Heavy Equipment Sales & Rentals
  • Government Contracting
  • Marine Transportation
  • Real Estate
  • Technical Services
  • UAS (Aerial Drone) Orthoimagery
  • Oil Field Services
  • Crane Services

For more information, visit: www.calistacorp.com/business/calista-companies-overview/subsidiary-companies/

Careers

Calista and our subsidiaries have operations across the United States.
We aim to provide employees with a positive, cultural-forward working environment while having a sense of purpose. The work we do is meaningful, and we get to see our impact daily. The work directly contributes to the success of Calista, our Shareholders and our Region.
Join our team
Make your next career move to Calista and our team of companies.
Partnerships
We turn challenges into opportunities.
From stakeholder engagement to the final coat of paint, your project needs will be met through a complete range of services. Our team of companies operate in Alaska and the Lower 48.