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Top 49ers: Alaska's Economic Pipelines to the Future.

It's been 30 years since the first tanker full of oil left Valdez aboard the SS Arco Juneau after being transported through the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline that began in Prudhoe Bay and ended in the ice-free port from which it was shipped.

It's been 23 years since Alaska Business Monthly started recognizing the Top 49 Alaskan-owned and -operated companies, based on gross revenues. This year's theme, Top 49ers: Alaska's Economic Pipelines to the Future, was developed with the idea of how these 49 companies, like the TAPs pipeline, provide employment and economic benefits to the state.

"Oil production is on the decline, predictably on the decline," said Vern McCorkle, publisher of ABM. "But through other industries, such as those featured on this list, our economy shows diversification, enough so that we can stand in confidence even with oil looking a bit bleak unless more exploration is done, offshore development is allowed in areas such as the Beaufort Sea, or the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is opened for development."

These Top 49 companies provide more than $9.8 billion in revenue and more than 12,165 jobs, 11,095 of which are in Alaska. They represent the gamut of industry, everything from construction to finance/insurance/real estate, to mining, Native business, transportation and more.

"These companies are the cornerstones of the new Alaska," said Jim Martin, vice president and general manager. "Without them, we would be hurting. I'm not talking a mild economic depression either. These are the new pipelines to Alaska's economic health."

And strong the economy is, as Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich recently declared in a State of the City address, given before leaders of Alaska in an Anchorage Chamber of Commerce forum.

"The state of our economy is healthy with a building boom we haven't seen in a generation," he said. "Our budget is balanced. We are building a city for today and tomorrow's generations."

According to the Anchorage Economic Development Corp., 2,500 new jobs are predicted to be added to Anchorage during 2007, an increase of 1.7 percent above 2006 figures. Anchorage marks its 19th consecutive year of employment growth. Other major communities, such as Fairbanks, Juneau, Wasilla/Palmer are also seeing growth.

"I'm not saying we don't need oil," McCorkle asserted. "My head is not in the sand. We also need the gas line. It is important to our future economy. But what I am saying is companies, like those on this list, provide secondary economic growth and if we lost oil or gas as main industries, we may, just may, be able to stand on our own two feet as a city and state. Diversification is key."

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Top 49er companies/industries showing the most benefit to Alaska's future, include Native organizations, which employ more than 3,000 instate and about 5,300 total, with combined gross revenues of nearly $5.5 billion; transportation, which employs 1,699 instate and has combined gross revenues of $861 million; construction with 1,579 instate employees, and combined gross revenues of $678 million, and industrial services, most of which are in the oil industry, showing 972 jobs and $1.14 billion in combined gross revenues.

"Look through the listing, at the parent corporations' and their subsidiaries' revenues and growth," said Martin. "All show stability and promise."

2007 ALASKA'S TOP 49ERS: ECONOMIC PIPELINES TO THE FUTURE

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Arctic Slope Regional Corp.

P.O. Box 129

Barrow, AK 99723

Phone: 852-8633

Fax: 852-5733

Internet: www.asrc.com

Top Executive: Roberta "Bobbi" Quintavell, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 7,400
Alaska Employees: 3,800
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 1

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 1,700.00
2005 1,587.00
2004 1,316.00
2003 1,016.00
2002 973.67
Change From 2005 7.12%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Energy services, petroleum refining and marketing, engineering and construction, government services, resource development, commercial lending, tourism and communications. ASRC also participates in various partnerships, joint ventures and other business activities.

Subsidiaries: ASRC Energy Services Inc., Petro Star Inc., ASRC Federal Holding Co. LLC, Alaska Growth Capital Bidco Inc., Eskimo's Inc., Tundra Tours and ASRC Construction Holding Co. All subsidiaries are wholly owned by ASRC. Several subsidiaries have locations in Alaska that are focused on serving local demand for goods and services and on providing capital support for economic development in rural Alaska. Through its subsidiaries, ASRC operates in most states in the United States as well as in several foreign countries.

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Chugach Alaska Corp.

560 E. 34th Ave. and 561 E. 36th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99503-4396

Phone: 563-8866

Fax: 563-8402

Internet: www.chugach-ak.com

Info E-Mail: bwelty@chugach-ak.com

Top Executive: Barney Uhart, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 6,524
Alaska Employees: 1,298
Year Established: 1971
49er Rank Last Year: 2

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 890.00
2005 785.00
2004 700.00
2003 546.00
2002 354.36
Change From 2005 13.38%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Government service contracting, construction and construction management, environmental management services, vocational training and job placement, temporary employment services, hazardous material (oil) spill response services, information technology, telecommunications and civil engineering.

Subsidiaries: Chugach Management Services Inc., Chugach Support Services Inc., Chugach Systems Integration LLC, Chugach McKinley Inc., Chugach Industries Inc., Chugach Government Services Inc., Chugach Government Services and Chugach World Services Inc. (CWSI).

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Nuchek Spirit Camp is held every summer and allows shareholders and their decedents the opportunity to learn traditional subsistence skills, storytelling, crafts and the preservation of their culture.

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VECO Corporation

3601 C St., Suite 1000

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 264-8100

Fax: 264-8130

Internet: www.veco.com

Info E-Mail: veco@veco.com

Top Executive: Tammy Kerrigan, Chairman

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Worldwide Employees: 5,375
Alaska Employees: 2,800
Year Established: 1968
49er Rank Last Year: 3

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 883.00
2005 665.00
2004 323.00
2003 323.00
2002 505.00
Change From 2005 32.78%


Main Business: Industrial Services Oil & Gas Construction

Principal Activities: Engineering, construction, procurement, operations and maintenance, and program management.

Subsidiaries: VECO Alaska, VECO Canada, VECO International and VECO USA.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: NSF Arctic Logistics, multiple refineries in Washington and other locations, including Sinclair, Wyoming Surmount, CNRL, Suncor and other Canadian Oil Sands projects. Exxon Sakhalin project, Rosneft and Vankor project.

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NANA Development Corp.

1001 E. Benson Blvd.

Anchorage, AK 99508

Phone: 265-4100

Fax: 265-4123

Internet: www.nana.com

Info E-Mail: info@nana.com

Top Executive: Helvi K. Sandvik, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 6,000
Alaska Employees: 2,000
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 6

REVENUE: (Millions $)
2006 806.00
2005 527.00
2004 331.00
2003 263.00
2002 202.00
Change From 2005 52.94%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Oil-field services, mining, hotels/ tourism, contract services, engineering and professional management services.

Subsidiaries: Akima Management Services Inc., NANA Services LLC, NANA Pacific LLC, Courtyard by Marriott, Spring Hill Suites by Marriott (Anchorage and Fairbanks), Residence Inn by Marriott, Nullagvik Hotel, NANA Management Services LLC, NANA Colt Engineering LLC, DOWL Engineers LLC, Worksafe Inc., NANA Oil Field Services Inc., NANA Lynden Logistics LLC, NANA Major Drilling LLC, KPSG LLC, ASCG Inc., Qivliq LLC and Arctic Caribou Inn.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: NANA Development Corp. is a wholly owned subsidiary of NANA Regional Corp. Inc. (based in Kotzebue).

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Chenega Corp.

3000 C St., Suite 301

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 277-5706

Fax: 277-5700

Internet: www.chenega.com

Info E-Mail: kwoolston@chenegacorp.com

Top Executive: Charles W. Totemoff, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 3,000
Alaska Employees: 70
Year Established: 1974
49er Rank Last Year: 4

REVENUE: (Millions $)
2006 782.00
2005 643.00
2004 481.00
2003 234.00
2002 117.00
Change From 2005 21.62%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Professional services contracting for the federal government, including information technology, military base work, security services, logistics, training, Intel and military operations, telecommunication, environmental services, light manufacturing and hotel management.

Subsidiaries: Chenega Technology Services Corp., Chenega Management LLC, Chenega Integrated Systems LLC, Chenega Advanced Solutions and Engineering LLC, NJVC LLC, Chenga Power LLC, Chaaniqmuit Services Ltd., Chenega Hotel Management LLC, Chenega Lodging LLC, Parstrip Rose Garden LLC, Chenega Federal Systems LLC, Chenega Security and Protection Services LLC, Chenega Operations Services LLC, Nangwik Services LLC and Chenega Commercial Services LLC.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Doubled the business volume from each year for the past two years.

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Bristol Bay Native Corp.

111 W. 16th Ave., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 278-3602

Fax: 276-3924

Internet: www.bbnc.net

Top Executive: Hjalmar Olson, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 1,097
Alaska Employees: 442
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 8

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 762.41
2005 321.07
2004 259.84
2003 187.39
2002 181.75
Change From 2005 137.46%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Diversified holding company; architectural design services, corporate services, environmental/ engineering remedial design services, oil-field services, construction management, environmental/engineering and technical services, IT and engineering support services, card-lock fueling systems and corrosion inspection services.

Subsidiaries: BBkp Inc., Bristol Environmental and Engineering Services Corp., CCI Inc., SpecPro Inc., Vista International Operations, Petrocard Systems Inc., Bristol Bay Corporate Services and Kakivik Asset Management.

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Lynden Inc.

6641 S. Airpark Pl.

Anchorage, AK 99502

Phone: 245-1544

Fax: 245-1744

Internet: www.lynden.com

Info E-Mail: information@lynden.com

Top Executive: Jim Jansen, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 1,963
Alaska Employees: 700
Year Established: 1954
49er Rank Last Year: 5

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 670.00
2005 550.00
2004 450.00
2003 426.00
2002 400.00
Change From 2005 21.82%


Main Business: Transportation

Principal Activities: The combined capabilities of the Lynden companies includes truckload, less-than-truckload transportation, scheduled and charter barges, rail barges, intermodal bulk chemical hauls, scheduled and chartered air freighters (Herc L-382), domestic and international air forwarding, international ocean forwarding, customs brokerage, trade show shipping, remote-site construction, sanitary bulk commodities hauling, hovercraft and multi-modal logistics.

Subsidiaries: Alaska Marine Lines, Alaska Marine Trucking, Alaska West Express, Alaska West Training Center, Bering Marine, Lynden Air Cargo, Lynden International, Lynden Logistics, Lynden Transport and NANA/Lynden Logistics.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Lynden's EZ Commerce Center makes easy for customers to conduct business with innovative, advanced automation. The EZ Commerce Center uses latest technologies to enable customers to request pickups, generate documents, trace shipments, view delivery receipts, download shipment activity reports, and more.

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Afognak Native Corp./Alutiia

215 Mission Rd., Suite 212

Kodiak, AK 99615

Phone: 486-6014

Fax: 486-2514

Internet: www.alutiiq.com

Top Executive: Richard M. Hobbs II, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 4,192
Alaska Employees: 316
Year Established: 1977
49er Rank Last Year: 7

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 537.90
2005 521.90
2004 236.90
2003
2002
Change From 2005 3.07%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Government contracting, construction, logistics support services, IT and technical support services, security and law enforcement, operations and maintenance services, youth-training services and leasing.

Subsidiaries: Alutiiq LLC, 100 percent, Anchorage, services; Alutiiq Management Services LLC, 100 percent, Anchorage, Chesapeake, VA, and Aurora, CO, services; Alutiiq Security and Technology LLC, 100 percent, Anchorage, and more.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: The American Legion Employer of the Year Award. Alutiiq's security team received the American Legion's National "Employer of Veterans Award," in medium-size category. This honor is awarded to companies who hire an exceptionally high percentage of veterans, older workers and persons who have disabilities, and more.

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Chugach Electric Association Inc.

P.O. Box 196300

Anchorage, AK 99519-6300

Phone: 563-7494 Fax: 562-0027

Internet: www.chugachelectric.com

Info E-Mail: mrelations@chugachelectric.com

Top Executive: Bill Stewart, CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 359
Alaska Employees: 359
Year Established: 1948
49er Rank Last Year: 10

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 267.50
2005 226.90
2004 202.40
2003 185.10
2002 173.40
Change From 2005 17.89%


Main Business: Utilities

Principal Activities: Safely provides reliable and competitively priced energy.

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Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corp.

P.O. Box 890

Barrow, AK 99723

Phone: 852-4460

Fax: 852-4459

Internet: www.ukpik.com

Info E-Mail: info@ukpik.com

Top Executive:

Anthony Edwandsen, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 1,372
Alaska Employees: 523
Year Established: 1973
49er Rank Last Year: 9

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 258.80
2005 267.14
2004 241.59
2003 153.54
2002 117.72
Change From 2005 -3.12%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Construction, architecture, engineering, surveying, project management, mechanical contracting, insurance, marine transportation, information technology services, government contracting, real estate development, tourism, vehicle rental, light-duty repair and compressed natural gas retail sales.

Subsidiaries: BTS Professional Services LLC, LCMF LLC, Bowhead Transportation Inc., Bowhead Information Technology Services Inc., C-Port Marine Services, UIC Construction LLC, Nuvuk Construction LLC, Ulpik Mechanical LLC, Rain Proof Roofing LLC, Rockford Corp., UIC Development LLC and Umialik Insurance Co.

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Doyon Ltd.

1 Doyon Pl., Suite. 300

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 459-2000

Fax: 459-2060

Internet: www.doyon.com

Info E-Mail: info@doyon.com

Top Executive: Orie G. Williams, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 1,764
Alaska Employees: 1,405
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 13

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 222.30
2005 171.80
2004 159.50
2003 141.27
2002 56.90
Change From 2005 29.39%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Oil-field services, remote site catering, tourism and lodging, oil-well drilling, oil-field casing services, equipment rental, communications, construction, security, logistics, commercial leasing and property management.

Subsidiaries: Doyon Communications Inc., Denali Spectrum Manager LLC, Doyon Development Corp., Doyon Industrial Group LLC, Doyon Associated LLC, Angeles Composite Technologies Inc., Doyon Government Group, Doyon Communications Services LLC, Doyon Project Services LLC, Doyon Security Services LLC, Doyon Program Management Services LLC, Doyon Properties Inc., Doyon Utilities LLC, Doyon Services Corp., Doyon Emerald, Doyon Universal Services LLC, Doyon Tourism Inc., Kantishna Roadhouse Inc., The River Cabins Inc., d.b.a. Denali River Cabins, Doyon Tourism Services LLC and Doyon ARAMARK JV.

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Cook Inlet Region Inc.

2525 C St., Suite 500

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 274-8638

Fax: 279-8836

Internet: www.ciri.com

Info E-Mail: ciriinfo@ciri.com

Top Executive: Margaret L. Brown, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 70
Alaska Employees: 70
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 21

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 208.00
2005 97.50
2004 84.90
2003 83.30
2002 95.08
Change From 2005 113.33%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Principal lines of business include tourism and resort hotels, construction services, oilfield support, telecommunications, real estate, natural resources development and other investments.

Subsidiaries: Peak Oilfield Service Co., 50 percent, Anchorage, oil and gas; Alaska Interstate Construction LLC, 50 percent, Anchorage, construction; Wind Energy LLC, 50 percent, Anchorage, resource development; CIRI Alaska Tourism Inc., 100 percent, Anchorage, tourism; ANC Research and Development LLC, 100 percent, Anchorage, government contracting.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Started several major real estate development projects, including the 95-acre Tikahtnu Commons shopping and entertainment center in northeast Anchorage, and more.

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Davis Constructors & Engineers Inc.

740 Bonanza Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 562-2336 Fax: 561-3620

Internet: www.davisconstructors.com

Info E-Mail: admin@davisconstructors.com

Top Executive: Kyle M. Randich, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 240
Alaska Employees: 240
Year Established: 1976
49er Rank Last Year: 17

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 194.00
2005 134.00
2004 80.00
2003
2002
Change From 2005 44.78%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: Commercial construction.

Subsidiaries: Mass Excavation Inc.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Completed Denali Canyon Lodge; whole barracks renewal, phase V, Fort Wainwright; ANSEP University of Alaska Anchorage; Saint Elian specialty hospital; Providence SW Campus expansion phase I; and Elmendorf Housing privatization phase II.

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First National Bank Alaska

P.O. Box 100720

Anchorage, AK 99510-0720

Phone: 777-4362

Fax: 777-3406

Internet: www.fnbalaska.com

Info E-Mail: customer.service@fnbalaska.com

Top Executive: D.H. Cuddy, Pres./Chairman

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Worldwide Employees: 697
Alaska Employees: 697
Year Established: 1922
49er Rank Last Year: 14

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 180.46
2005 158.83
2004 142.90
2003 143.70
2002 149.50
Change From 2005 13.62%


Main Business: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate

Principal Activities: Full-service commercial bank. Services include: receiving and lending of money, trust banking, escrow and contract collection, BankCard services and safe-deposit-box facilities.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Placed among the United States' Top 10 most secure financial institutions by a national ranking firm. Recognized as an Exceptional Performance Bank for maintaining the highest level of fiscal strength and performance for 69 consecutive quarters by America's leading bank analyst. More than $1.5 million contributed to nonprofit and community groups in Alaska.

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Sealaska Corp.

One Sealaska Plaza, Suite 400

Juneau, AK 99801

Phone: 586-1512

Fax: 586-2304

Internet: www.sealaska.com

Info E-Mail: todd.antiquia@sealaska.com

Top Executive: Chris McNeil, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 1,656
Alaska Employees: 271
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 16

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 178.60
2005 144.30
2004 152.00
2003 177.00
2002 170.00
Change From 2005 23.77%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Forest products and marketing, silviculture and land management, financial investments, prototyping and fabrication, plastics injection molding and manufacturing, information technology, construction aggregates and environmental remediation and consulting.

Subsidiaries: Sealaska Timber Corp., Synergy Systems, Alaska Coastal Aggregates, Sealaska Environmental Services, Sealaska Heritage Institute, Nypro Kanaak Guadalajera, Nypro Kanaak Alabama, Nypro Kanaak Iowa, Kingston Environmental, Managed Business Solutions and Olympic Fabrication.

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Golden Valley Electric

Association Inc.

P.O. Box 71249

Fairbanks, AK 99707-1249

Phone: 452-1151

Fax: 458-6368

Internet: www.gvea.com

Info E-Mail: cab@gvea.com

Top Executive: Steve Haagenson, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 245
Alaska Employees: 245
Year Established: 1946
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 165.00
2005 117.00
2004 105.00
2003 92.00
2002
Change From 2005 41.03%


Main Business: Utilities

Principal Activities: A member-owned electric cooperative serving 90,000 Interior residents from Cantwell north along the Parks Highway and from Fairbanks south to Alyeska's Pump Station 9 along the Richardson Highway.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: In 2006, GVEA celebrated 60 years of providing reliable power to Interior Alaska. Completed the 60-megawatt North Pole Expansion Power Plant, the first power plant built in the Interior in 30 years.

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USTravel

999 E. Tudor Rd., Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 561-2434

Fax: 786-0180

Internet: www.ustravel.us

Info E-Mail: info@ustravel.us

Top Executive: Mark Eliason, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 220
Alaska Employees: 98
Year Established: 1978
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 165.00
2005 135.00
2004
2003
2002
Change From 2005 22.22%


Main Business: Services

Principal Activities: Full-service travel management for corporate and leisure customers.

Subsidiaries: Doug Fox Travel, 100 percent, Western Washington, tourism; Air Fulfillment Services (AFS), 100 percent, Iowa, tourism; Visions Meeting and Event Management, 100 percent, Anchorage, meeting, event and incentive planning.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Acquired Business Travel Northwest, solidifying USTravel's position as the leading corporate and leisure travel management provider in the Pacific Northwest. Ranked 15th in the United States by Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC), transactions. Prepared companies for spring 2007 move to the new Anchorage headquarters.

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Koniag Inc.

104 Center Ave., Suite 205

Kodiak, AK 99615

Phone: 486-2530

Fax: 486-3325

Internet: www.koniag.com

Top Executive: William Anderson Jr., Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 932
Alaska Employees: 58
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 15

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 148.25
2005 97.26
2004 151.00
2003 109.00
2002 70.66
Change From 2005 52.43%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Government contracting and consulting, logistics services, telecommunications systems and management, fuel and industrial fluids reprocessing, environmental A&E services, security services, IT services, aerospace aircraft composites manufacturing and services, land management, commercial real estate, sport hunting and fishing.

Subsidiaries: Koniag Development Corp., Angeles Composites Technologies Inc., Clarus Technologies LLC, Frontier Systems Integrators LLC, ICRC, Karluk Wilderness Adventures, Koniag Services Inc., Professional Computing Resources, Radient Technologies Inc., Washington Management Group Inc., Federal Sources Inc. and XMCO.

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Neeser Construction Inc.

2501 Blueberry Rd.

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 276-1058

Fax: 276-8533

Internet: www.neeserinc.com

Info E-Mail: jerry_neeser@neeserinc.com

Top Executive: Gerald Neeser, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 588
Alaska Employees: 580
Year Established: 1975
49er Rank Last Year: 18

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 148.10
2005 126.70
2004 91.30
2003 65.27
2002 59.59
Change From 2005 16.89%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: General contracting, commercial, industrial, medical, multi-family, retail and correctional. Design-build fast-track turnkey projects. Hard bid, negotiated and construction management for fee contracting methods utilized.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Won AGC "Over $15,000,000 Vertical Award" for Alutiiq Center. Northwest Construction magazine rank No. 19 in Northwest. Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association office building completed in 2007. Groundbreaking of 14-story office tower at 188 W. Northern Lights Blvd. Completion of Alutiiq Center and Orthopedic Physicians Anchorage office. Airport Rental Car Center and Anchorage Civic and Convention Center continuation.

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Wilson Agency LLC, The

3000 A St., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 277-1616

Fax: 274-7011

Internet: www.thewilsonagency.com

Info E-Mail: josieh@thewilsonagency.com

Top Executive: Lon G. Wilson, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 17
Alaska Employees: 17
Year Established: 1964
49er Rank Last Year: 20

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 144.30
2005 112.00
2004 87.70
2003 69.80
2002 71.70
Change From 2005 28.84%


Main Business: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate

Principal Activities: Group benefits and financial services; advisory/brokerage firm.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Agency received the Eagles Council Agency award by the National Association of Health Underwriters. Awarded by Anchorage Society of H.R. Management (ASHRM) small "Employer of Choice" selected by United Benefit Advisors as "Member Firm of the Year."

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Carlile Transportation Systems

1800 E. First Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 276-7797

Fax: 276-6786

Internet: www.carlile.biz

Info E-Mail: lleary@carlile.biz

Top Executive: Harry McDonald, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 600
Alaska Employees: 500
Year Established: 1980
49er Rank Last Year: 24

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 126.00
2005 92.50
2004 78.00
2003 64.30
2002 58.00
Change From 2005 36.22%


Main Business: Transportation

Principal Activities: A full-service, multi-modal transportation and logistics company offering service to or from the Lower 48 and Canada, to and from all points in Alaska.

Subsidiaries: Kuukpik Carlile Transportation LLC and Carlile Logistics.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Maxpress, Carlile Logistics, over-the-road transportation for goods gathered from mid-west. Start point is new terminal in Minnesota with delivery points in Tacoma, Anchorage and Fairbanks.

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Alaska Interstate Construction LLC

601 W. Fifth Ave., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 562-2792

Fax: 562-4179

Internet: www.aicllc.com

Info E-Mail: info@aicllc.com

Top Executive: David Thomas, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 450
Alaska Employees: 450
Year Established: 1987
49er Rank Last Year: 34

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 120.00
2005 60.00
2004 63.70
2003
2002
Change From 2005 100.00%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: Ice and snow roads, well-site pads, gravel roads, bridges and culverts, structures, airstrips and helipads, gravel islands, dock and port facilities, excavation, communication, pipeline installation and environmental remediation.

Subsidiaries: CIRC (Peak Alaska Ventures, Inc., 50 percent; Nabors Industries Ltd., 50 percent; Kobuk River/AIC LLC (AIC 83 percent, L. Sampson 17 percent);a.k.a. Aggregate Products LLC, 100 percent; Sakhalinmorneftemontazh Alaska Projects LLC, 100 percent; and Deadhorse Maintenance and Operations, 100 percent, Kobuk River/ AIC LLC.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Numerous letters of recognition for OSHE excellence, and health safety and environment (HSE) practices.

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Aleut Corp., The

4000 Old Seward Hwy., Suite 300

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 561-4300

Fax: 563-4328

Internet: www.aleutcorp.com

Info E-Mail: tjohnson@aleutcorp.com

Top Executive: Troy Johnson, CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 800
Alaska Employees: 31
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 19

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 119.55
2005 96.00
2004 64.17
2003 49.10
2002 60.60
Change From 2005 25.00%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Commercial real estate, government contracting, financial services, fuel and port services at Adak Island.

Subsidiaries: Aleut Real Estate LLC, Alaska Trust Co., Aleut Enterprise LLC, Aleut Management Services LLC, Akima Corp., KI LLC and Midtown Estates Water Utility LLC.

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Peak Oilfield Service Co.

2525 C St., Suite 201

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 263-7000

Fax: 263-7070

Internet: www.peakalaska.com

Info E-Mail: peak@peakalaska.com

Top Executive: Michael O'Connor, Pres.

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Worldwide Employees: 500
Alaska Employees: 500
Year Established: 1987
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 115.00
2005 85.00
2004 80.00
2003 70.00
2002 110.00
Change From 2005 35.29%


Main Business: Industrial Services

Principal Activities: Oilfield general contracting, heavy civil construction, ice road construction, crane support, drilling support, all-terrain vehicle transportation and remote camps.

Subsidiaries: Precision Power LLC, 100 percent, Palmer, power generation and communication facility fabrication.

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Ahtna Inc.

P.O. Box 649

Glennallen, AK 99588

Phone: 822-3476

Fax: 822-3495

Internet: www.ahtna-inc.com

Info E-Mail: brebne@ahtna.net

Top Executive: Ken Johns, Pres./CEO

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Worldwide Employees: 939
Alaska Employees: 407
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 22

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 110.05
2005 95.30
2004 84.00
2003 70.00
2002 65.00
Change From 2005 15.48%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Pipeline maintenance, government service contracts, civil and vertical construction, environmental remediation, fuels reduction, demolition, operations and maintenance, inside and outside electrical, fiber-optics installation, information technology services, records management, gravel sales and real estate management.

Subsidiaries: Ahtna Construction and Primary Products Inc., Ahtna Development Corp., Ahtna Enterprises Corp., Ahtna Government Services Corp., Ahtna Technical Services Inc., Ahtna Engineering Services LLC, Koht'ache Enterprises Co. LLC, Ahtna Support and Training Services LLC, Ahtna Contractors LLC and Ahtna Facilities Services Inc.

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Matanuska Telephone Association Inc.

1740 S. Chugach St.

Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 745-3211

Internet: www.mtasolutions.com

Top Executive: Greg Berberich, CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 400
Alaska Employees: 400
Year Established: 1953
49er Rank Last Year: 23

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 97.00
2005 92.83
2004 84.15
2003 80.00
2002 75.00
Change From 2005 4.49%


Main Business: Utilities

Principal Activities: Communications and entertainment service provider for local, wireless, long-distance, directory online and print, high-speed Internet, digital TV and Avaya Center business solutions.

Subsidiaries: MTA Communications Inc. and MTA Long-Distance Inc. 100 percent, Wasilla.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Launched two new business savings plans and the new wireless Palm Treo Smartphone. MTA received first place in the 2007 NTCA TeleChoice Award competition for the 2006 annual report.

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Eyak Corp., The

P.O. Box 340

Cordova, AK 99574

Phone: 424-7161

Fax: 424-5161

Internet: www.eyakcorporation.com

Top Executive: Rod Worl, CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 163
Alaska Employees: 46
Year Established: 1973
49er Rank Last Year: 26

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 95.73
2005 74.70
2004 66.90
2003 31.60
2002
Change From 2005 28.15%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Investment management, real estate, construction and government contracting.

Subsidiaries: Eyak Development, Eyak Environmental Science and Eyak Technology.

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Calista Corp.

301 Calista Ct., Suite A

Anchorage, AK 99518-3028

Phone: 279-5516

Fax: 272-5060

Internet: www.calistacorp.com

Info E-Mail: communications@calistacorp.com

Top Executive: Matthew Nicolai, Pres./CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 1,041
Alaska Employees: 377
Year Established: 1972
49er Rank Last Year: 38

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 94.45
2005 56.87
2004 48.50
2003 46.20
2002 28.90
Change From 2005 65.15%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Government contracting, oil industry, real estate, newspaper publishing and printing, natural resources development, camp and exploration services.

Subsidiaries: All subsidiaries are wholly owned. Tunista, Anchorage, construction, real estate and facilities management; Yulista, Anchorage, government contracting and PMEL contracts; Chiulista, Anchorage, government contracting, TMDE calibration and repair, camp maintenance and operations and catering services; Ilikista, holding company for Calista's partial ownership in: Alaska Newspapers Inc., Pacific Northwest Title of Alaska, Fairbanks Title Agency, and more.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Net income after taxes rose 16.7 percent based on revenues. of $48.5 million.

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Udelhoven Oilfield System Services Inc.

184 E. 53rd Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 344-1577

Fax: 344-5814

Internet: www.udelhoven.com

Info E-Mail: rfrontde@udelhoven.com

Top Executive: James Udelhoven, CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 467
Alaska Employees: 392
Year Established: 1970
49er Rank Last Year: 25

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 91.78
2005 76.30
2004 56.23
2003 48.10
2002 61.20
Change From 2005 20.29%


Main Business: Industrial Services

Principal Activities: Mechanical and electrical inspection, functional checkout, quality assurance/quality control, plumbing, welding, modular fabrication, industrial and commercial construction.

Subsidiaries: Udelhoven Inc., Houston; and Udelhoven International Inc., Houston.

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Matanuska Electric Association Inc.

163 E Industrial Way

Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 745-3231

Fax: 761-9349

Internet: www.matanuska.com

Info E-Mail: mta.coop@matanuska.com

Top Executive: Wayne D. Carmony, Gen. Mgr.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 125
Alaska Employees: 125
Year Established: 1941
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 85.00
2005 69.50
2004
2003
2002
Change From 2005 22.30%


Main Business: Utilities

Principal Activities: Utilities.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Adopted integrated resource plan. September 2006 local generation planning.

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Central Peninsula Hospital

250 Hospital Pl.

Soldotna, AK 99669

Phone: 714-4404

Fax: 714-4650

Internet: www.cpgh.org

Info E-Mail: bnichols@cpgh.org

Top Executive: Ryan K. Smith, CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 596
Alaska Employees: 594
Year Established: 1971
49er Rank Last Year: 29

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 84.25
2005 70.35
2004 66.00
2003 51.70
2002 48.50
Change From 2005 19.76%


Main Business: Services

Principal Activities: Full-service Planetree affiliated acute-care and long-term care facility. 24-hour emergency department with on-site air transport supplied through lifeguard. Full-range of ancillary and rehab services. Chemical dependency treatment through Serenity House Treatment Center.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Completed Phase II construction which added 82,600 square feet to the existing facility. Currently in Phase III, construction that will add a ground floor cafe, expand lobby and expand emergency department.

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Olgoonik Corp.

360 W. Benson Blvd., Suite 302

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 562-8728

Fax: 562-8751

Internet: www.olgoonik.com

Info E-Mail: info@olgoonik.com

Top Executive: Lucille Mayer, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 464
Alaska Employees: 73
Year Established: 1999
49er Rank Last Year: 28

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 77.00
2005 71.50
2004 50.40
2003 27.40
2002
Change From 2005 7.69%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Alaska Native corporation providing construction, construction management, operations and maintenance, supply-chain management, environmental services, technical security and information technology services for government agencies and commercial businesses in Alaska, Lower 48 and overseas. * Revenues based on 2006/2007.

Subsidiaries: Olgoonik Development LLC, Olgoonik Logistics LLC, Kuk Construction LLC, Olgoonik Management Services, O.E.S. Inc., Olgoonik Technical Services LLC, Olgoonik Global Security LLC and Olgoonik Speciality Contractors LLC. All businesses are Native organizations.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Olgoonik Development LLC is ISO 9001:2000 certified.

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Construction Machinery Industrial LLC

5400 Homer Dr.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 563-3822

Fax: 563-1381

Internet: www.cmiak.com

Info E-Mail: k.gerondale@cmiak.com

Top Executive: Ken Gerondale, Pres./CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 100
Alaska Employees: 100
Year Established: 1985
49er Rank Last Year: 30

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 76.20
2005 70.00
2004 57.50
2003 46.50
2002
Change From 2005 8.86%


Main Business: Industrial Supplies

Principal Activities: Distributor of construction, mining and logging in Alaska. Representative for Volvo, Hitachi, Atlas Copco and Ingersoll-Rand.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Major supplier of underground equipment for the Pogo mine in Delta.

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Goldbelt Inc.

9097 Glacier Hwy., Suite 200

Juneau, AK 99801

Phone: 790-4990

Fax: 790-4999

Internet: www.goldbelt.com

Info E-Mail: goldbelt@goldbelt.com

Top Executive: J.Gary Droubay, Pres./CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 600
Alaska Employees: 200
Year Established: 1974
49er Rank Last Year: 35

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 76.00
2005 59.00
2004 52.00
2003 32.30
2002
Change From 2005 28.81%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Tourism, government contracting, facility management, IT consulting, construction and vehicle leasing.

Subsidiaries: Alaska Cruises, Auk Nu Tours, Auk Ta Shaa, CP Leasing, Goldbelt Aerial Tramway Inc., Goldbelt Hotel Juneau, Goldbelt Tour Center and Goldbelt Tours, Goldbelt Eagle LLC, Goldbelt Raven LLC, Goldbelt Orca LLC and Goldbelt Falcon LLC.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Goldbelt's 8(a) government revenue increased to $64 million from $48 million.

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Watterson Construction Co.

6500 Interstate Cir.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 563-7441

Fax: 563-7222

Internet: www.wattersonconstruction.com

Info E-Mail: info@wattersonsconstruction.com

Top Executive: Bill Watterson, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 120
Alaska Employees: 119
Year Established: 1981
49er Rank Last Year: 27

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 72.60
2005 74.50
2004 53.00
2003 62.00
2002 29.00
Change From 2005 -2.55%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: General building contractor.

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Homer Electric Association Inc.

3977 Lake St.

Homer, AK 99603

Phone: 235-8551

Fax: 235-3313

Internet: www.homerelectric.com

Info E-Mail: homerelectric.com

Top Executive: Bradley P. Janorschke, Gen. Mgr.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 122
Alaska Employees: 122
Year Established: 1945
49er Rank Last Year: 36

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 68.00
2005 59.00
2004 53.00
2003 47.00
2002
Change From 2005 15.25%


Main Business: Utilities

Principal Activities: Electric utility provider for most of the western Kenai Peninsula, from Sterling to Kachemak Bay. The company also operates and maintains the state-owned Bradley Lake hydroelectric project.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Currently working with Northern Dynasty Mines Inc., on a power-development feasibility study for the proposed Pebble project, as well as Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to re-start the Healy Clean Coal plant.

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Peninsula Airways Inc.

6100 Boeing Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99502

Phone: 243-2485

Fax: 243-6848

Internet: www.penair.com

Info E-Mail: dannys@penair.com

Top Executive: Danny Seybert, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 0
Alaska Employees: 499
Year Established: 1956
49er Rank Last Year: 33

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 64.90
2005 61.80
2004 55.00
2003 43.19
2002 45.90
Change From 2005 5.02%


Main Business: Transportation

Principal Activities: Regional airline serving 42 communities in Western Alaska, the Aleutians and Pribilof Islands.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Increased fleet with addition of two Saab airplanes bringing the total number of passenger Saabs to five. Contracted by Alaska Airlines to provide substitute aircraft service to Dutch Harbor. Operating a turboprop airplane in/out of this destination has resulted in a tremendous increase in on-time arrival and departures. Celebrated 50 years of service in 2005.

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Seekins Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc.

1625 Seekins Ford Dr.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 459-4000

Fax: 459-4057

Internet: www.seekins.com

Info E-Mail: info@seekins.com

Top Executive: Ralph Seekins, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 113
Alaska Employees: 113
Year Established: 1977
49er Rank Last Year: 31

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 64.30
2005 67.04
2004 62.80
2003 54.10
2002 58.80
Change From 2005 -4.09%


Main Business: Retail Trade

Principal Activities: New and used auto sales, parts, service and body shop.

Subsidiaries: Seekins Holding Company.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Received Time Magazine Quality Dealer of the Year award in January 2005 at the National Automobile Dealer Association Convention in New Orleans. Inducted into the Automotive Hall of Frame in 2006.

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Usibelli Coal Mine Inc. and Alaska Affiliates

P.O. Box 1000

Healy, AK 99743

Phone: 452-2625

Fax: 451-6543

Internet: www.usibelli.com

Info E-Mail: info@usibelli.com

Top Executive: Joe Usibelli, Chairman

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 160
Alaska Employees: 130
Year Established: 1942
49er Rank Last Year: 40

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 60.53
2005 52.40
2004 33.10
2003 32.70
2002 26.70
Change From 2005 15.52%


Main Business: Mining, Finance, Insurance, Real Estate, Wholesale Trade

Principal Activities: Coal mining and coal marketing. Wholesale power and retail district heating, investments, real estate and vineyards.

Subsidiaries: Aurora Energy, 73 percent, Fairbanks, utilities; Usibelli Investments, 73 percent, Fairbanks, financial and real estate; and Usibelli Vinyards, 73 percent, Napa, CA, wholesale trade.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Exportation of coal to Chile.

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Anchorage Chrysler Dodge Center

2601 E. Fifth Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 276-1331

Fax: 264-2202

Internet: www.anchoragechrysler.com

Info E-Mail: dodge@alaska.net

Top Executive: Rod Udd, Pres./CFO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 107
Alaska Employees: 107
Year Established: 1963
49er Rank Last Year: 41

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 57.00
2005 52.00
2004 74.00
2003 69.00
2002 74.00
Change From 2005 9.62%


Main Business: Retail Trade

Principal Activities: Chrysler, Dodge, new and used sales and service.

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Northrim BanCorp Inc.

P.O. Box 241489

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 562-0062

Fax: 562-1758

Internet: www.northrim.com or northrim.biz

Info E-Mail: northrim@arctic.net

Top Executive: Marc Langland, Pres./Chair/CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 294
Alaska Employees: 290
Year Established: 1990
49er Rank Last Year: 32

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 63.60
2005 48.70
2004 45.09
2003 45.36
2002 40.09
Change From 2005 13.35%


Main Business: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate

Principal Activities: Northrim BanCorp is the parent company of Northrim Bank, a full-service commercial bank that provides a full range of personal and business services through locations in Anchorage, Eagle River, Wasilla and Fairbanks. It has an asset-funding department in Washington.

Subsidiaries: Affiliated companies include: Elliott Cove Capital Management, Northrim Benefits Group, Residential Mortgage and Pacific Wealth Advisors. Northrim Bank and Northrim Investment Services Co.

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Cape Fox Corp.

P.O.Box 8558

Ketchikan, AK 99901

Phone: 225-5163, ext. 101

Fax: 225-3137

Internet: www.capefoxcorp.com

Info E-Mail: capefox@aptalaska.net

Top Executive: Dr. Bruce Borup, CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 438
Alaska Employees: 156
Year Established: 1973
49er Rank Last Year: 45

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 55.12
2005 38.00
2004
2003
2002
Change From 2005 45.05%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Commercial real estate, construction, information technology, aerospace engineering, aerospace manufacturing, tourism, hospitality and retail goods.

Subsidiaries: Ketchikan Title Agency, commercial real estate, 100 percent, Ketchikan; APM LLC, construction, 100 percent, Yorba Linda, CA; NLCF LLC, construction, 100 percent, Fairbanks; Cape Fox Professional Services LLC, information technology, 100 percent, Manassass, VA; US2 LLC, information technology, 51 percent, Hockessin, DE; DJR Associates Inc., aerospace engineering, 51 percent, Fredrick, MD.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Cape Fox Heritage Foundation received $2.5 million to build and operate a multi-use technology center to help create technology jobs in Ketchikan.

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Alaska Industrial Hardware Inc.

2192 Viking Dr.

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 276-7201

Fax: 279-1543

Internet: www.aihalaska.com

Info E-Mail: sales@aihalaska.com

Top Executive: Mike Kangas, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 230
Alaska Employees: 230
Year Established: 1959
49er Rank Last Year: 42

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 50.70
2005 51.10
2004 51.00
2003 48.00
2002 47.00
Change From 2005 -0.78%


Main Business: Wholesale Trade

Principal Activities: Wholesale and industrial sale of tools, industrial supplies, hardware, fasteners, construction supplies, small equipment, pumps, generators and pressure washers.

Subsidiaries: General Hardware Distributors, Alaska Tool and Equipment Service.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Alaska operations increased by six percent overall. Sales decreased due to closure of Lower 48 operations.

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Roger Hickel Contracting Inc.

11001 Calaska Cir.

Anchorage, AK 99515

Phone: 279-1400 Fax: 279-1405

Internet: www.rogerhickelcontracting.com

Info E-Mail: rhickel@rogerhickelcontracting.com

Top Executive: Roger Hickel, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 75
Alaska Employees: 75
Year Established: 1995
49er Rank Last Year: 44

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 50.65
2005 42.67
2004 37.50
2003 14.90
2002 38.30
Change From 2005 18.70%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: General contractor experienced in providing design, pre-construction and construction services on all types of civil and commercial projects. Union contractor and member of the Associated General Contractors of America. Specializes in design/build projects.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Associated General Contractor's Excellence in Safety Record (for a building contractor with more than 100,000 manhours), and 2006 Excellence in Construction Award (2003, 2005 and 2006).

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Airport Equipment Rentals

10460 Old Seward Hwy.

Anchorage, AK 99515

Phone: 522-6466

Fax: 522-6467

Internet: www.airportequipmentrentals.com

Info E-Mail: aerinc4@alaska.net

Top Executive: Jerry Sadler, Owner/Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 102
Alaska Employees: 102
Year Established: 1985
49er Rank Last Year: 46

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 50.50
2005 37.59
2004
2003 31.63
2002
Change From 2005 34.34%


Main Business: Retail Trade

Principal Activities: Heavy equipment rental company, providing sales and services, and rentals for the construction, mining, logging and oil and gas industries.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Purchased a second aircraft, Hawker 800.

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UNIT Co.

620 E. Whitney Rd.

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 349-6666

Fax: 522-3464

Internet: www.unitcompany.com

Info E-Mail: fallguy@unitcompany.com

Top Executive: Derald Schoon, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 75
Alaska Employees: 75
Year Established: 1977
49er Rank Last Year: 43

REVENUE: (Millions $)
2006 50.10
2005 49.87
2004 35.56
2003 55.51
2002 43.10
Change From 2005 0.46%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: Commercial general contractor involved in all types of building construction.

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Colville Inc.

100 Sag River Rd.

Prudhoe Bay, AK 99734

Phone: 659-3198

Fax: 659-3190

Internet: www.colvilleinc.com

Info E-Mail: info@colvilleinc.com

Top Executive: Mark Helmericks, Pres./CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 80
Alaska Employees: 80
Year Established: 1981
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 49.70
2005 38.80
2004
2003
2002
Change From 2005 28.09%


Main Business: Industrial Services

Principal Activities: Oil and gas industry support services, fuel industry supply and solid waste logistics.

Subsidiaries: Brooks Range Supply, 100 percent, Deadhorse, industrial services. Divisions: Colville Solid Waste Utility, industrial services; Prudhoe Bay General Store and United States Post Office, retail trade; and Colville Logistics, industrial supply. Divisions are 100 percent owned and located in Prudhoe Bay.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Mark Helmericks purchased 100 percent of shares to become sole owner in March 2006.

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Tatitlek Corp., The

3003 Minnesota Dr., Suite 204

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: (907) 278-4000

Fax: (907) 278-4188

Internet: www.tatitlek.com

Top Executive: Roy Totemoff, Pres./CEO

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 867
Alaska Employees: 77
Year Established: 1973
49er Rank Last Year:

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 46.00
2005 19.60
2004
2003
2002
Change From 2005 134.69%


Main Business: Native Organization

Principal Activities: Base operations and maintenance, military realistic pre-deployment training, IT, communications, logistics support, construction management, construction real estate management and support, environmental management and response, temporary help services, employee placement, language schools, administrative services and translation.

Subsidiaries: Tatitlek Support Services Inc., 100 percent, Anchorage, services; Tatitlek Contractors Inc., 100 percent, Anchorage, construction; Tatitlek Management Inc., 100 percent, Anchorage, real estate services; Tatitlek Training Support Services, 100 percent, Anchorage, services; Tatitlek Response Services, 100 percent, Anchorage, services.

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Spinell Homes Inc.

1900 W. Northern Lights Blvd., Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99517

Phone: 344-5678

Fax: 344-1976

Internet: www.spinellhomes.com

Info E-Mail: spinell@spinellhomes.com

Top Executive: Charles Spinelli, Pres.

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]
Worldwide Employees: 40
Alaska Employees: 40
Year Established: 1987
49er Rank Last Year: 39

REVENUE: (Millions $)

2006 43.00
2005 56.00
2004 47.00
2003 44.34
2002 41.40
Change From 2005 -23.21%


Main Business: Construction

Principal Activities: Residential home and commercial construction.

Noteworthy Events in 2006: Professional Builder Giant 400 for 2006.

BY DEBBIE CUTLER

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Title Annotation:2007 Alaska's Top 49ers: Economic Pipelines to the Future
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Publication:Alaska Business Monthly
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Date:Oct 1, 2007
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