Sealaska Business Update

Sealaska Government Services Project Spotlights


LEAD SUBSIDIARY: SEALASKA CONSTRUCTORS, LLC
LOCATION: MARYLAND
Sealaska Constructors is partnering with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Pearce Creek Dredge Material Containment Field. The property holds Chesapeake and Delaware Canal dredged material. Sealaska Constructors is preparing a containment liner at the 250-acre site with a synthetic membrane that will hold approximately 4.0 million cubic yards of dredged material since the 1930s. The image shows an aerial view of the field with about one-third of the membrane structure completed. The new membrane lined field is protecting the quality of groundwater. Water quality is a key area of growth for Sealaska, as it ties closely to our goals around sustainable marine resources.

LEAD SUBSIDIARY: SEALASKA CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS
LOCATION: SE ALASKA AND THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Sealaska Construction Solutions won its first two contracts with the U.S. Forest Service Alaska Region and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. These multi-year contracts are in alignment with Sealaska’s focus on land, water and energy services. It also highlights our commitment to increasing shareholder opportunities in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.

Certifications and Contract Awards
SEALASKA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES (SES)
SES provides environmental remediation services to the Department of the Army (DA), Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) Yakima Training Center. As a result of excellent work performance, SES has secured an additional contract through the end of 2017. The Army facility is used for maneuver training, land warrior system testing and a live fire exercise area.

ECODATA ANALYTICS
Ecodata Analytics is a business that intends to perform data analytics for natural resource-based federal agencies. Ecodata Analytics is a new Sealaska Government Services “tuck-in” business that was certified 8(a) by the Small Business Administration. As a result, Ecodata can receive sole-source contracts, up to a ceiling of $4 million for goods and services, with opportunities to enhance wildlife and land management through technology.
 

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