Sealaska Business Q1 Update

Sealaska has narrowed its operational focus to three primary business segments: natural resources (Haa Aaní), Sealaska Government Services (SGS) and seafood and natural foods.

Companies under SGS focus on remote project management, environmental monitoring and data analytics. The goal is to transition Sealaska companies, where appropriate, to offer services in water and marine environments, like marine data collection and oceanography. SGS will also seek out commercial clients. The focus on the long-term health of our oceans is an opportunity to maximize the value of the resources extracted from the ocean.



Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center

The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center (Center) in Juneau, Alaska, receives about a half million visitors each year. Sealaska Construction Solutions (SCS) was awarded a $1.1 million contract to help the facility better meet visitor needs by upgrading the elevator system at the Center. The SCS team upgraded the Center’s two elevators existing hydraulic elevators and replaced with modern machine room-less traction elevators. The Energy Upgrades project improves the building insulation and modernizes the HVAC and lighting systems to help the Center meet its energy efficiency goals.

Roof Replacements - Thorne Bay, Craig, Ketchikan

Sealaska Constructors Solutions (SCS) was awarded a $1.5 million US Forest Service contract to replace existing metal roofing with asphalt shingle roofing at ten buildings in Thorne Bay, the Craig Ranger District Office, and the Ketchikan Ranger District Office. The project was the initial task order on a 5-year Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) with a $6 million cap. SATOCs allow federal agencies to award contracts to a single awardee for services for multiple years.

Kodiak Alaska Building Re-Siding

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) awarded SCS a $417,000 project to replace siding at the Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement building in Kodiak, Alaska. The project removed existing asbestos siding, degraded stairs and corroded entry awning and replaced with new metal siding, stairs, and awning. This project was the initial task order on a 5-year Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) with a $9.5 million cap.

NOAA Solor Panel Installation

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has awarded SCS a project of $800,000 to install solar panels at weather stations located in the Pacific Islands. Locations include Hawaii, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, American Samoa. The project will help NOAA to take advantage of the favorable solar conditions at each location, to lower energy bills, and take a step toward meeting its renewable energy goals.



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