Sealaska Constructors was awarded multiple federal construction contracts at the end of September performing installation, design and renovations to government and military facilities across the country.
Sealaska has been a long-standing member of the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN). Participation in AFN provides Sealaska with a forum to address statewide issues of concern to the Alaska Native community, as well as to highlight issues specific to Southeast Alaska. It allows us to be a part of the dialogue as AFN defines the annual priorities of the organization that will be presented to the State and to the Federal government. As Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people, we have a long history of political engagement and advocacy, and AFN is a strong partner in continuing the important mission of advocacy on behalf of our Native people. Every year prior to AFN, Alaskans gather to dialogue and lift up Native youth, strengthened by the wisdom of elders, at the First Alaskans Institute (FAI) Elders & Youth Conference. Join Sealaska at both events in person or online October 15-20.
Sealaska has been actively engaged in supporting healthy salmon habitat in Alaska for decades by helping develop policies and recommending actions toward ensuring these salmon runs remain healthy and viable into the future.
Sealaska Corporation is expanding its groundwater business by buying a majority stake in Gregg Drilling and Testing, Inc., a leading marine drilling and geotechnical services company headquartered in southern California.
Sealaska is recruiting for a seat on its board of directors that became vacant when Director Ross Soboleff passed away in July. Sealaska shareholders who wish to be considered for this board seat should submit a statement of interest and resume by Monday, October 1, 2018 at 5pm AKDT.