90 Alaska Business | September 2018 www.akbizmag.com A L
TOR Y Chugach Alaska Corp.
3800 Centerpoint Dr., Suite 1200, Anchorage, AK 99503-4396 | Phone: 907-563-8866
chugach.com | email@example.com
chugachalaskacorporation | chugach
PO Box 93330, Anchorage, AK 99509-3330 | Phone: 907-274-8638
CIRI.com | info@CIRI.com
CIRInews | @CIRI
Alaska Employees: 1,000
Worldwide Employees: 6,400
Land Holdings: ~1 million acres*
2017 Gross Revenue: $920,000,000
2016 Gross Revenue: $842,000,000
Alaska Employees: 284
Worldwide Employees: 1,384
Land Holdings: 625,001.3 acres*
2017 Gross Revenue: $439,349,000
2016 Gross Revenue: $289,048,000
Revenue Sources: Government services, facilities services, energy services,
investments, land and resource development.
Business Activities: Government services, facilities services, energy services,
investments, land and resource development.
Significant Endeavors: Chugach is monetizing ANCSA land assets for the benefit
of our shareholders and region for generations to come. In 2016, Chugach sold the
“below-ground” coal rights in the Bering River Coal Field, which protects the land
from coal mining development, while we retain the full rights to any other subsurface
development in the area. We’re also participating in an “above-ground” carbon offset
program, where Chugach maintains and protects commercial timber on select lands
and sells “carbon credits.”
Subsidiaries: Rex Electric & Technologies | Heide & Cook | All American Oilfield |
Chugach Alaska Services | Chugach Tuullek | Chugach Professional Oilfield Services
| Chugach Commercial Holdings | Chugach Government Solutions | Chugach Investment Holdings | Chugach
Government Services | Wolf Creek Federal Services | Chugach Management Services | Chugach Consolidated
Solutions | Chugach Industries | Chugach World Services | Chugach Information Technology | Defense Base
Services | Chugach Federal Solutions | Chugach Education Services | Chugach Technical Solutions | Chugach
Training & Educational Solutions | Chugach Systems Integration
Revenue Sources: Real estate, oilfield and construction services,
land and natural resources, energy and infrastructure, environmental
services, government services, and private equity.
Business Activities: CIRI’s financial strength and expertise spans
diverse business segments which primarily include real estate, oilfield
and construction services, land and natural resources, energy and
infrastructure, environmental services, government services, and private
Significant Endeavors: Completed the acquisition of Portage, Inc., a
former competitor to North Wind Group, specializing in environmental
remediation for the energy and defense sectors.
Subsidiaries: CIRI Land Development Co. | North Wind Group | Fire Island Wind |
Cruz Energy Services | Cruz Marine | Weldin Construction | Silver Mountain Construction |
CIRI Services Corporation | ANC Research & Development | CIRI Capital Company
*in Southcentral, including 378,000 acres of full fee estate and 550,000 acres of subsurface estate
* 1.3 acres subsurface, 625,000 acres surface
Reaching for the Future—at the Speed of Light.
Quintillion’s fiber network is transforming northern Alaska communities.
And that’s just the start.
Internet at the Speed of Light. Powered by Quintillion.
From telemedicine to virtual classrooms and on-line training programs, isolated communities from Nome to Utqiagvik are
starting to leverage Quintillion’s new 1,200-mile subsea fiber-optic system to the benefit of their patients, students and
consumers. The first-ever submarine cable system in the North American Arctic provides access to Gig-E and higher services
to telecommunications providers while reducing the cost of backhaul infrastructure compared to existing satellite
and microwave technologies.
Quintillion has connected these communities by building a new 500-mile terrestrial fiber system from Fairbanks to Deadhorse.
And we’ve added capacity and diversity for the Prudhoe Bay oil fields.
We’re not done yet. Quintillion is exploring opportunities to connect
other remote Alaska communities. In the near future, we plan to
extend to Europe and Asia, providing diversity for the flow of
information in and out of Alaska–and creating new opportunities,
including advanced systems to support our national defense
and a North American Arctic data center in this
fast-developing part of the world.
The future is bright–and fast. And we’re just getting started.