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Top 49ers Executive Summary.

October 2017

It's said, when a person or organization demonstrates extraordinary abilities, that they are in their element. The word element is also used to convey ideas of purity or something that is essential. And of course elements are literally the building blocks of our existence.

Alaska Business is excited to honor our 2017 Top 49ers, the elements of enterprise that work tirelessly throughout Alaska to build connections (ranging from infrastructure to partnerships) and maintain economic stability (by air, land, or sea), all while adhering to a strict code of safety for all people, places, and things.

The Top 49ers are not just themselves the essential elements proving the Alaska hypothesis a success (the Last Frontier celebrates the 150th anniversary of the US purchase of Alaska in October), they also exemplify the elements of enterprise required for success, no matter how it's measured: hard work, integrity, commitment, being damn good at what they do, and making money.

Every October Alaska Business honors the Top 49ers, which this year report a combined 2016 total of $14.4 billion in gross revenue. Top 49ers employ 73,619 people worldwide, of which just under one third (21,962) are Alaskan.

Alaska Business is thrilled to welcome four new elements to the Top 49ers: Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Cape Fox Corporation, New Horizons Telecom, and Tanadgusix Corporation.

Congratulations to Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, which has secured the number one spot in 2017, reporting $2.4 billion in gross revenue for 2016, representing approximately 16.5 percent of all revenue reported by the 2017 Top 49ers. The company's number of Alaska employees remained stable with 3,696 employees reported in 2016 and 3,687 reported this year, but Arctic Slope Regional Corporation's worldwide employees increased nearly 14 percent from 9,938 in 2016 to 11,316 in 2017.

Alaska Native Corporations

Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is just one of twenty-two Alaska Native Corporations that made the 2017 list of Top 49ers. All together the Alaska Native Corporations (of which two are new in 2017: Cape Fox Corporation and Tanadgusix Corporation) reported $11 billion in gross revenue. While the Alaska Native Corporations make up just less than half of the Top 49ers, they represent approximately 76 percent of all revenue reported by the forty-nine companies. Alaska Native Corporations report a total worldwide workforce of 63,740; one quarter of those jobs, 15,365, are held by Alaskans--a slight increase in employees both inside Alaska and out from 2016.

Transportation

For 2017, three companies represent the Transportation industry: PenAir, Tatonduk Outfitters (DBA Everts Air Cargo and Everts Air Alaska), and Lynden. The companies reported $1.07 billion in 2016 gross revenue, a dip from 2015 gross revenues of $1.12 billion; however, the three companies reported an increase in employees compared to last year, with Alaska employees up about 1 percent to 1,646 and worldwide employees increasing from 3,653 to 3,826.

Industrial Services

The Industrial Services sector is comprised of five companies which reported gross 2016 revenues of $530 million, a decrease from last year's combined gross revenue of $676 million. Jobs in this sector have also decreased from last year though they primarily remain in Alaska; together the companies reported 966 worldwide employees, of which 902 (93 percent) are Alaskan.

Utility

Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, a new Top 49er, is one of four corporations representing the Utility sector. Together the companies reported 2016 gross revenue of $480 million. The Utility industry's workforce is almost 100 percent Alaskan with 777 Alaska workers and 787 worldwide employees reported.

Construction & Engineering

For 2017 Construction & Engineering is represented by five companies, including incoming Top 49er New Horizons Telecom. The industry represents 2.5 percent of total Top 49ers revenue, a combined $357 million. For 2017 the five companies in this sector--Davis Constructors & Engineers, Delta Constructors, New Horizons Telecom, Roger Hickel Contracting, and Watterson Construction--reported 373 Alaska employees and 994 employees worldwide.

Retail/Wholesale Trade

The Retail/Whole Trade sector remains steady with Anchorage Chrysler Dodge, Seekins Ford Lincoln, and Three Bears Alaska reporting slightly lower revenue but a slight increase in employees. The three companies reported 2015 gross revenue of $334 million and gross revenue in 2016 of $306 million. Employee numbers increased from 687 to 737 and 739 to 782 in Alaska and worldwide, respectively, from 2016 to 2017.

Financial Services

Credit Unionl, Denali Federal Credit Union, and First National Bank Alaska again represent the Financial Services sector, which increased revenue from last year, reporting $256 million in 2015 and $273 million in 2016. The three organizations reported a decrease in employee figures, though their workforce remains almost 100 percent Alaskan with 1,344 jobs in state and 1,364 employees worldwide.

Healthcare

The Healthcare sector is again represented by Geneva Woods Pharmacy; the company reported a revenue increase in 2016 at $129 million compared to $106 million in 2015. It saw a slight decrease in employees in and out of state in 2017: Geneva Woods Pharmacy had 238 employees in Alaska in 2017 compared to 242 in 2016 and worldwide employees dropped from 558 in 2016 to 545 this year.

Telecom & Tech

MTA, Inc. is the sole representative of the Telecom & Tech industry in this year's Top 49ers. The company had a good year with reported revenue of $100 million in 2016 compared to $99 million the previous year. The company's 100 percent Alaskan workforce also increased from 339 to 362 this year.

Mining

Usibelli Coal Mine reported a slight drop in revenue with 2016 gross revenue of $80 million compared to $86 million in 2015. The company increased its number of employees: in 2016 Usibelli Coal Mine employed 112 employees, all in Alaska, and this year the company has 148 Alaska employees and 183 employees worldwide.

Energy

Our final sector, Energy, once again consists of Vitus Energy. The company reported a 12 percent dip in revenue from $63 million in 2015 to $55 million in 2016. The company's 100 percent Alaskan workforce of 70 employees remains steady.

The ongoing low price of oil has had an impact on the entire state, but the Top 49ers continue to thrive and grow. Even those industries feeling the impact most directly have generally retained their employees and their focus and continue to move forward, remaining vital elements of enterprise in Alaska's economy.

Editor's Note: Revenue figures in the Executive Summary have been rounded; for exact revenue figures please see the 5 Year Rank & Revenue chart (page 110) and the individual directory listings.

The Top 49ers ranked annually in the October issue of Alaska Business need to meet just two important requirements to make this list of distinguished organizations: they are 51 percent Alaskan-owned and are willing to report their gross revenue to Alaska Business. Alaska Business is excited every year to see how the ranks grow and evolve, with some Top 49ers expanding their reach beyond their Alaska roots and others climbing the list for the first time.

This special section is only possible through the cooperation of our Top 49ers who, while submitting revenue data, also supply information about their Alaska and worldwide employees, their business activities and noteworthy events, their top executive, and their subsidiaries. Alaska Business sends a big thank you to all of our Top 49ers, not only for being vital elements of the Alaska economy, but for your continued support of Alaska Business and our annual Top 49ers special section.

In turn, it is our great honor to share information about each of these Alaskan companies that influence our economy in so many ways, from sourcing local vendors and building or leasing Alaska real estate to creating and sustaining jobs statewide. Alaska is built on the Top 49ers' Elements of Enterprise as they continue to produce positive reactions throughout the 49th State year after year.

Arctic Slope Regional Corporation

Rex A. Rock Sr., President/CEO

PO Box 129 | Barrow, AK 99723

Phone: 907-852-8633 | Fax: 907-852-5733

twitter.com/ASRC_AK asrc.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $2.37B  $2,371,164,000
2015          $2,515,377,000
2014          $2,663,540,000
2013          $2,525,615,000
2012          $2,628,929,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: ASRC is the largest Alaskan-owned and operated company and has six major business segments: petroleum refining and marketing, energy support services, construction, government services, industrial services and resource development.

Principal Activities: ASRC has six main lines of business including petroleum refining and marketing, energy support services, industrial services, construction, government services and resource development.

Noteworthy: Three acquisitions in 2016, as well as the creation of a new platform company, ASRC Industrial Services. This year, ASRC subsidiary PSI finalized the acquisition of Terminal 1 at the Port of Anchorage, and in May ASRC announced the acquisition of Lower 48 company, Finite Holdings, LLC.

Subsidiaries: Arctic Slope Regional Corporation ASRC Energy Services LLC; ASRC Federal Holding Company, LLC; ASRC Construction Holding Company; Eskimos, Inc.; Tundra Tours, Inc.; Petro Star, Inc.; Alaska Growth Capital; Little Red Services Inc.; Arctic Pipe Inspection, Inc.; ASRC Industrial Services, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

11,316     3,687      33%        No Change   5.7%


Bristol Bay Native Corporation

Jason Metrokin, President/CEO

111 W. 16th Ave., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 907-278-3602

Fax: 907-276-3924

info@bbnc.net

bbnc.net

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $1,525,181,000
2015  $1,512,022,000
2014  $1,736,084,000
2013  $1,835,894,000
2012  $1,961,780,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Construction, government services, industrial services, petroleum distribution and tourism.

Principal Activities: Construction, government services, industrial services, and tourism.

Noteworthy: BBNC's biggest recent noteworthy event is growing our Corporation through the acquisition of new investments both in and out of state due to Alaska's financial uncertainty.

Subsidiaries: SpecPro Group; Bristol Alliance of Companies; CCI Alliance of Companies; SES Group; PetroCard; Bristol Bay Mission Lodge, LLC; Bristol Bay Industrial; Peak Oilfield Service Company; CCI Industrial Services; Kakivik Asset Management; Bristol Alliance Fuels; Katmailand, Inc.; Alaska Directional; Bristol Bay Shared Services
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

4,383      1,292      29%        1          0.9%


NANA Regional Corporation, Inc.

Wayne Westlake, President/CEO

PO Box 49

Kotzebue, AK 99752

Phone: 907-442-3301

Fax: 907-442-4161

news@nana.com

nana.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $1,300,000,000
2015  $1,600,000,000
2014  $1,600,000,000
2013  $1,700,000,000
2012  $1,800,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Natural resource development, land management, oil and gas sector, commercial sector, federal sector.

Principal Activities: NANA has operations in 50 states, 15 countries and across four continents in our core areas of: resource development/mining, federal, commercial and oil and gas support.

Noteworthy: 1.3 billion in revenues in FY2016. 5,296 Alaskans employed at a NANA company, partner or affiliate in FY2016.

Subsidiaries: NANA Development Corporation
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

14,095     5,296      38%        1          18.8%


Chenega Corporation

Charles W. Totemoff, President/CEO

3000 C St., Suite 301

Anchorage, AK 99503-3975

Phone: 907-277-5706

Fax: 907-277-5700

info@chenesa.com

chenega.com

Year Established: 1974

5 Year Revenue Review
2016    $927,000,000
2015    $882,000,000
2014    $885,000,000
2013  $1,044,000,000
2012  $1,100,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Professional services contracting for the federal government, including technical & installation services, military, intelligence & operations support, environmental, healthcare & facilities mgt., information technology and telecommunications.

Principal Activities: Federal contracting: technical & installation services, military, intelligence & operations support, environmental, healthcare & facilitates mgt., info technology. Commercial Services: voice cabling, telecommunications, home healthcare, contract staffing, advanced analytics & software engineering.

Noteworthy: Two golf tournaments raising $90K for the Wounded Warrior Program. Donations to AFN's annual conf, Tatitlek's Heritage Week, ANHC's events, 1st Alaskans Institute fund raising gala, the Native Village of Eyak in support of their Annual Sobriety Celebration, and $100K to the Chugach School District.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

5,989      287        5%         1          5.1%


Lynden, Inc.

Jim Jansen, Chairman

6441 S. Airpark Pl.

Anchorage, AK 99502

Phone: 907-245-1544

Fax: 907-245-1744

information@lynden.com

lynden.com

Year Established: 1906

5 Year Revenue Review
2016                  $925,000,000
2015                  $975,000,000
2014                $1,000,000,000
2013  $875M           $875,000,000
2012  $885M           $885,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Lynden is a family of transportation companies with capabilities including truckload & less-than-truckload service, scheduled & charter barges, rail barges, intermodal bulk chemical hauls, scheduled & chartered air freighters, domestic & international air/ocean forwarding, and multi-modal logistics.

Principal Activities: Lynden is a family of transportation companies with capabilities including truckload & less-than-truckload services, scheduled & charter barges, scheduled & charter cargo aircraft, worldwide freight forwarding, heavy haul & oversize services, intermodal bulk chemical hauls, and multi-modal logistics.

Noteworthy: Voted #1 Western Regional LTL Carrier in Logistics Management's 2017 Quest for Quality Awards. Named Green Supply Chain Partner, Top 100 3PL by Inbound Logistics magazine. Alaska Trucking Association Driver of the Year in 2014 (John Schank), 2016 (Brian Ambrose), and 2017 (John Schank).

Subsidiaries: Alaska Marine Lines; Alaska West Express; Bering Marine Corporation; Lynden Air Cargo; Lynden International; Lynden Logistics; Knik Construction; Lynden Transport; Lynden Training Center; Brown Line; Lynden Oilfield Services; LTI, Inc.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

2,800      950        34%        1          5.1%


Chugach Alaska Corporation

Gabriel Kompkoff, CEO

3800 Centerpoint Dr., Suite 1200

Anchorage. AK 99503-4396

Phone: 907-563-8866

Fax: 907-563-8402

communications@chugach.com

chugach.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $842,000,000
2015  $758,000,000
2014  $626,000,000
2013  $609,000,000
2012  $709,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: The Chugach family of companies provide government contracting, facilities management and energy services. Chugach also manages a diverse portfolio of investments and land/resource development opportunities.

Principal Activities: Government services, facilities services, energy services, investments, land & resource development.

Noteworthy: Sold Chugach coal rights in the Bering River Coal Field; pursuing carbon offset project on 115K acres of Chugach timberlands; acquired Chicago company Rex Electric & Technologies," contributed $2.6 million to Chugach Heritage Foundation Endowment and pledged $24.0 million in future contributions.

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
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

6,000      800        13%        No Change  11.1%


Calista Corporation

Andrew Guy, President/CEO

5015 Business Park Blvd., Suite 3000

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-275-2800

Fax: 907-275-2919

calista@calistacorp.com

calistacorp.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $492,200,000
2015  $460,100,000
2014  $401,900,000
2013  $368,914,000
2012  $404,231,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Calista Corporation is the parent company of more than 35 subsidiaries in the following industries: military defense contracting, construction, marketing and advertising services, communications, real estate, environmental and natural resource development and information technology services.

Principal Activities: Defense contracting; construction; heavy equipment sales, rental, service; real estate; environmental services; marine transportation; oil field services; fiber optic services.

Noteworthy: Tunista Construction earns Safety Excellence award from Associated General Contractors of Washington.

Subsidiaries: Ookichista Drilling Services, Inc; Tunista Services LLC; Y-Tech Services, Inc.; Yulista Aviation, Inc.; Yulista Management Services, Inc.; Chiulista Services, Inc.; Brice Incorporated; Tunista, Inc.; Yukon Equipment, Inc.; Brice Construction; Brice Marine LLC; Brice Equipment; Calista Real Estate; Aulukista, LLC; Yulista Tactical Services, LLC; Qagan Lands, LLC; Calista Education & Culture; Brice Environmental Services Corp.; Alaska Crane, Ltd.; Futaris Fibre, LLC; E3 Environmental, LLC; STG, Inc.; STG Pacific
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

2,900      788        27%        No Change  7%


Afognak Native Corporation

Greg Hambright, President/CEO

300 Alimaq Dr.

Kodiak, AK 99615

Phone: 907-486-6014

Fax: 907-486-2514

alisha@afosnak.com

afognak.com

Year Established: 1977

5 Year Revenue Review
2016               $474,271,000
2015  $457M        $457,569,000
2014               $505,346,000
2013               $526,000,000
2012               $534,610,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Afognak Native Corporation, Alutiiq, LLC and their subsidiaries operate government and commercial contracts in the following sectors: leasing, security services, IT, logistics/operations/maintenance, youth services, and timber services,

Principal Activities: Afognak Native Corporation, Alutiiq LLC, and their subsidiaries provide an exceptional track record of services in government and commercial sectors worldwide, including: leasing, facility services; timber; engineering; IT; security; logistics, operations & maintenance; and youth services.

Noteworthy: In June 2017, Afognak Native Corporation hosted the second annual Afognak Youth Charity Golf Tournament at the Anchorage Golf Course to raise funds for tribal youth programs. This Fall, we will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the merger of two ANCSA village corporations that formed Afognak.

Subsidiaries: Afognak Leasing, LLC; Alutiiq Advanced Security Solutions, LLC; Alutiiq Construction Services, LLC; Alutiiq Education & Training, LLC, Alutiiq Essential Services, LLC; Alutiiq General Contractors LLC; Alutiiq International Solutions, LLC; Alutiiq Professional Services, LLC; Alutiiq Security & Technology, LLC; Alutiiq Oilfield Solutions LLC; Alutiiq Commercial Enterprises, LLC; Alutiiq 3SG, LLC; Alutiiq Technical Services, LLC; Alutiiq Pacific, LLC; Alutiiq Diversified Services, LLC; Alutiiq Management Services, LLC, Alutiiq Manufacturing Contractors, LLC; Alutiiq-Mele, LLC; Alutiiq Professional Training, LLC; Alutiiq Global Solutions, LLC; Afognak Near Island, LLC; Afognak Arctic Development, LLC; Afognak C Street, LLC; Marka Bay, LLC; Alutiiq Business Services, LLC; Alutiiq Logistics & Maintenance Services, LLC; Alutiiq Solutions, LLC; Alcyon, Inc.; Alutiiq Information Management, LLC; Alutiiq Career Ventures, LLC; Alutiiq Leasing, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

4,687      151        3%         No Change  3.7%


Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation (UIC)

Anthony E. Edwardsen, President/CEO

PO Box 890 | Barrow, AK 99723

Phone: 907-852-4460

Fax: 907-852-4459

uicalaska.com

Year Established: 1973

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $424,300,000
2015  $424,426,000
2014  $356,781,000
2013  $320,716,000
2012  $312,380,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: UIC provides services to clients in a variety of industries, including operations in Barrow, construction, architecture and engineering, regulatory consulting, information technology, marine operations, logistics, and maintenance and manufacturing, and government contracting.

Principal Activities: UIC's main business lines include: UIC Design Plan Build, LLC, UIC Government Services, LLC, UIC Marine Services, LLC, UIC Oil and Gas Support Services, LLC, UIC Lands, LLC, and UIC Arctic Development Services, LLC.

Noteworthy: UIC Government Services, LLC reported work on more than 230 federal government contracts. UIC Sand & Gravel, LLC became certified with the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).

Subsidiaries: UIC Oil & Gas Support Services; UIC Marine Services; UIC Lands; UIC Government Services; UIC Design Plan Build; UIC Arctic Development Services
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

2,500      260        10%        No Change  .03%


Bering Straits Native Corporation

Gail R. Schubert, President/CEO

3301 CSt., Suite 400

Anchorage. AK 99503

Phone: 907-563-3788

Fax: 907-563-2742

media@beringstraits.com

beringstraits.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $326,000,000
2015  $304,404,000
2014  $229,482,000
2013  $242,000,000
2012  $213,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Bering Straits was established by ANCSA in 1972. It is owned by more than 7,600 Alaska Native shareholders and actively pursues responsible development of resources and other business opportunities. The Company serves the federal government and commercial customers.

Principal Activities: Logistics, aircraft and airfield services, base operations support services, special training and security, administrative services, it services, communications, construction, environmental and distribution.

Noteworthy: BSNC subsidiary Eagle Eye Electric was awarded a contract by the Alaska Army National Guard to drain and close diesel fuel tanks in 50 Alaska communities. Unused fuel will be donated to local tribal organizations.

Subsidiaries: Inuit Services Inc.; Bering Straits Aerospace Services LLC; Bering Straits Logistics Services LLC; Bering Straits Information Technology LLC; Bering Straits Technical Services LLC; Bering Straits Aki LLC; Eagle Eye Electric LLC; Ayak LLC; Global Support Services LLC; Global Management Services LLC; lyabak Construction LLC; Global Asset Technologies LLC; Global Precision Systems LLC; Bering Straits Development Co.; Global Technical Services LLC; Golden Glacier, Inc.; 4600 Debarr LLC; Alaska Industrial Hardware; Paragon Professional Services, LLC; Arcticom. LLC; Alaska Gold Company LLC; Aurora Inn & Suites; Stampede Vehicle Rentals
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,566      534        34%        1          7.1%


Doyon, Limited

Aaron Schutt, President/CEO

1 Doyon PI., Suite 300

Fairbanks, AK 99701-2941

Phone: 907-459-2000

Fax: 907-459-2060

info@doyon.com

doyon.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $305,412,000
2015  $378,288,768
2014  $362,816,481
2013  $318,552,461
2012  $338,276,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Doyon Drilling-Oil & Gas Drilling; Doyon Associated-Construction; Doyon Anvil-Engineering; Doyon Remote Facilities & Services-Camps and Camp Services.

Principal Activities: Oil field services, utility management, engineering management, land and natural resource development, facility management, construction, information technology, telecommunications and commercial laundry services.

Noteworthy: Doyon Drilling and National Oilwell Varco are currently designing and building a new Extended Reach Drilling Rig for ConocoPhillips, Alaska. It will be able to directional drill to at least 33,000' with capacity to develop resources within a 125-sq mile area. Scheduled delivery is early 2020.

Subsidiaries: Doyon Oil Field Services, Inc.; Doyon Government Contracting, Inc.; Doyon Natural Resources Development Corporation; Northern Laundry Services; Doyon Tourism; Northstar Manager, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

831        537        65%        1          19.3%


Cook Inlet Region, Inc.

Sophie Minich, President/CEO

PO Box 93330

Anchorage, AK 99509-3330

Phone: 907-274-8638

Fax: 907-263-5183

info@ciri.com

ciri.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $289,048,000
2015  $222,810,000
2014  $304,421,000
2013  $214,930,000
2012  $237,849,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: CIRI's financial expertise spans diverse business sectors, including real estate, oilfield and construction services, land and resources, energy development, environmental services, tourism and hospitality, government contracting and private equity investments.

Principal Activities: CIRI's investments are primarily in the following business sectors: real estate, oilfield and construction services, land and natural resources, energy and infrastructure, environmental services, government services, specialty finance, marketable securities and private equity.

Noteworthy: CIRI is one of the primary investors in the Middletown Energy Center, a 475 megawatt natural gas-fired power plant under construction in Middletown, Ohio. The plant is slated to begin commercial operations in 2018.

Subsidiaries: CIRI Land Development Co. (CLDC); North Wind Group; Fire Island Wind LLC; Cruz Energy Services LLC; Cruz Marine LLC; Weldin Construction LLC; Silver Mountain Construction LLC; CIRI Services Corporation; ANC Research & Development; CIRI Capital Company
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,403      283        20%        2          29.7%


Koniag, Inc.

Elizabeth Perry, PhD, President/CEO

194 Alimaq Dr.

Kodiak, AK 99615

Phone: 907-486-2530

Fax: 907-486-3325

facebook.com/Koniaslnc

koniag.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $251,588,000
2015  $267,460,000
2014  $211,493,000
2013  $202,616,000
2012  $129,234,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Alaska Native Corporation representing the Kodiak region. Koniag owns several subsidiaries in multiple business lines including government services, information technology, natural resources, tourism, oil field services, and real estate.

Principal Activities: Alaska Regional Native Corporation with operations in government services, information technology, natural resource development, oilfield services, real estate services, technical services and tourism.

Noteworthy: Koniag established two new Shareholder programs this year. The Richard Frost Youth Scholarship provides Shareholders and Descendants with up to $500 to attend training or camps that will help them reach their goals. The Burial Assistance Program provides up to $1,000 to assist with burial expenses.

Subsidiaries: Digitized Schematic Solutions, LLC; Frontier Systems Integrator, LLC; Koniag Development Company, LLC; Koniag Services, Inc.; Professional Computing Resources, Inc.; XMCO, Inc.; Dowland-Bach Corporation; Koniag Information Security Services, LLC, Granite Cove Quarry, LLC; Koniag Technology Solutions, Inc.; Nunat Holdings, LLC; Near Island Building, LLC; Karluk Wilderness Adventures, Inc. dba Kodiak Brown Bear Center and dba Karluk River Cabins; PacArctic, LLC; Open Systems Technology, DE, LLC; Arlluk Technology Solutions, LLC; Eagle Harbor Solutions. LLC; Kadiak, LLC; Tuknik Government Services, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

469        55         12%        1          5.9%


Olgoonik Corporation

Hugh Patkotak Sr., President/CEO

3201 C St., Suite 700

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-562-8728

Fax: 907-562-8751

communications@olgoonik.com

olgoonik.com

Year Established: 1973

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $241,800,000
2015  $260,600,000
2014  $231,900,000
2013  $215,200,000
2012  $198,600,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Worldwide government contracting and commercial services: construction, oilfield and science program support, logistics, environmental remediation, facility operations and maintenance, professional administrative support, and security.

Principal Activities: Olgoonik specializes in construction, security, logistics and operations, environmental remediation, Arctic science operations, inspections and oilfield support services. We have cultivated a wide range of satisfied customers and have a strong reputation as a reliable and ethical partner.

Noteworthy: Olgoonik increased its Arctic land holdings by purchasing 1,518 acres of land near its coastal community of Wainwright.

Subsidiaries: Olgoonik Oilfield Services; Olgoonik Specialty Contractors; Olgoonik Logistics; Olgoonik Inspection Services; Olgoonik Management Services; Olgoonik Technical Services; Olgoonik Global Security; Olgoonik Diversified Services; Olgoonik Development; Olgoonik Solutions; Olgoonik Federal; Olgoonik Oilfield Services; Olgoonik Enterprises; Olgoonik Inspection Services; Olgoonik Holdings; Kuk Construction; Olgoonik Construction Services
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,001      101        10%        1          7.2%


Goldbelt, Incorporated

Elliott Wimberly, President/CEO

3025 Clinton Dr.

Juneau, AK 99801

Phone: 907-790-4990

Fax: 907-790-4999

media@goldbelt.com

goldbelt.com

Year Established: 1974

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $236,747,520
2015  $220,276,480
2014  $169,063,557
2013  $146,033,239
2012  $156,565,827

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Tourism, hospitality, transportation, security services, 8(a) government contracting.

Principal Activities: Goldbelt has expanded operations into the Pacific Northwest with a construction company based in Tacoma and aims to grow opportunities for shareholders and shareholder-owned businesses in the region. Alaska operations continue to thrive with a focus on tourism and service related businesses.

Noteworthy: U.S. Secretary of Commerce presented the President's "E" Certificate for Exports to Goldbelt in 2016 for "an outstanding contribution to the Export Expansion Program of the United States of America." Ranked #7 of 4500 8(a) companies for volume of business awarded by the federal government in 2016.

Subsidiaries: Goldbelt Glacier Health Services, LLC; Nisga'a Data Systems, LLC; LifeSource Biomedical, LLC; Goldbelt Eagle, LLC; Goldbelt Falcon, LLC; Goldbelt Hawk, LLC; Peregrine Technical Solutions, LLC; Facility Support Services, LLC; Goldbelt Security, LLC; Goldbelt Raven, LLC; CP Leasing, LLC; Mount Roberts Tramway; Goldbelt Transportation; CP Marine; Goldbelt Speciality Services, LLC; Goldbelt C6; Nisga'a Tek, LLC; Goldbelt Seafoods, LLC; Goldbelt Professional Services, LLC; Goldbelt Operations Support Services, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,500      250        17%        No Change  7.5%


Ahtna, Inc.

Michelle Anderson, President

PO Box 649

Glennallen, AK 99588

Phone: 907-822-3476

Fax: 907-822-3495

news@ahtna.net

abtna-inc.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $217,700,000
2015  $188,400,000
2014  $185,000,000
2013  $200,000,000
2012  $190,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Ahtna's participates in diverse industry sectors including construction and environmental, facilities management, engineering, government contracting, professional/support services, real estate, and oil and gas.

Principal Activities: Ahtna's principle activities include construction and environmental, facilities management and support, engineering, government contracting, land management and resource development, and oil and gas pipeline services.

Noteworthy: Ahtna has implemented a forest-carbon sequestration inventory project. The program is called carbon offsetting and allows Ahtna to take advantage of the carbon that's stored in our land's trees by selling credits to companies to compensate for some of the carbon they push into the atmosphere.

Subsidiaries: Ahtna Netiye', Inc.; Ahtna Development Corp.; Ahtna Facility Services, Inc.; Ahtna Enterprises Corp.; Ahtna Support & Training Services, LLC; Ahtna Technical Services, Inc.; Ahtna Government Services Corp.; Ahtna Construction & Primary Products Corporation; Ahtna Design Build, Inc.; Ahtna Professional Services, Inc.; Ahtna Environmental, Inc.; Ahtna Technologies, Inc.; AKHI, LLC; Ahtna Global, LLC; Ahtna Logistics, LLC; Tolsona Oil & Gas Exploration, LLC; Ahtna Engineering Services, LLC; AAA Valley Gravel
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,413      374        26%        2          15.6%


Chugach Electric Association, Inc.

Lee Thibert, CEO

5601 Electron Dr.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 907-563-7494

Fax: 907-562-0027

info@chusachelectric.com

chugachelectric.com

Year Established: 1948

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $197,747,579
201S  $216,421,152
2014  $281,318,513
2013  $305,308,427
2012  $266,971,468

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Electric utility.

Principal Activities: Electric Utility.

Noteworthy: Power Pooling with ML&P and MEA. Adopted sustainability as a business philosophy.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

300        290        97%        1          8.6%


Cruz Companies Alaska

Dave Cruz, President

7000 E. Palmer Wasilla Hwy.

Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 907-746-3144

Fax: 907-746-5557

info@cruzconstruct.com

cruzconstruct.com

Year Established: 1981

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $183,717,140
2015  $213,518,131
2014  $191,860,803
2013  $116,798,739
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Experts in resource development and heavy civil construction.

Principal Activities: Resource development and heavy civil construction.

Noteworthy: Through active management and a focused behavioral based safety program, Cruz Companies has been able to reduce its Total Recordable Incident Rate to less than half of the national average for heavy civil construction.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

226        170        75%        1          14%


Three Bears Alaska, Inc.

David Weisz, President/CEO

445 N. Pittman Rd., Suite B

Wasilla, AK 99623

Phone: 907-357-4311

Fax: 907-357-4312

steve@threebearsalaska.com

threebearsalaska.com

Year Established: 1980

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $173,169,699
2015  $175,279,992
2014  $161,254,283
2013  $136,632,222
2012  $130,268,017

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Retail grocery, general merchandise, sporting goods (hunting, fishing & camping), pharmacy, package stores (beer, wine & spirits), and fuel.

Principal Activities: Retail grocery, general merchandise, sporting goods (hunting, fishing & camping), pharmacy, convenience stores, liquor stores, and fuel.

Noteworthy: Opened new grocery/convenience store/liquor store/fuel station in Houston in May. Currently building new grocery store/liquor store/hardware store/fuel station in Healy--scheduled to open in December.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

574        529        92%        1          1.2%


Aleut Corporation

Matt Fagnani, CEO

4000 Old Seward Hwy., Suite 300

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-561-4300

Fax: 907-563-4328

info@aleutcorp.com

aleutcorp.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $171,655,823
2015  $137,942,098
2014  $120,307,293
2013  $116,260,627
2012   $98,098,953

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Federal government contracting; fuel sales, storage and related services; rental properties; natural resources; industrial instrumentation & process control equipment sales; oil well-testing services; mechanical contracting & construction; water quality testing.

Principal Activities: Federal contracting; O&M; instrumentation for oil and gas industry; mechanical contracting; radiological laboratory analysis, field testing, land remediation; commercial and residential real estate; fuel sales and storage; oil well testing services; information technology; and construction services.

Noteworthy: Not submitted.

Subsidiaries: Aleut Enterprises LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Aleut Management Services, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Aleut Real Estate LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Alaska Instrument LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; C&H Testing LLC Bakersfield, California; Patrick Mechanical; ARS International
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

1,066      188        18%        4          24.4%


First National Bank Alaska

Betsy Lawer, Chair/President

PO Box 100720

Anchorage, AK 99510-0720

Phone: 907-777-4362

Fax: 907-777-3406

customer.service@FNBAIaska.com

FNBAlaska.com

Year Established: 1922

5 Year Revenue Review
2016                $150,499,000
2015                $142,215,000
2014  $132M         $132,305,000
2013  $131M         $131,005,000
2012                $144,330,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Friendly, knowledgeable Alaskans offering the convenience, service and value of a full range of deposit, lending, trust and investment management services, and online and mobile banking. With 29 branches in 18 communities & assets of more than $3,6 billion, we believe in Alaska and have since 1922.

Principal Activities: Friendly, knowledgeable Alaskans offering the convenience, service and value of a full range of deposit, lending, trust and investment management services, and online and mobile banking. With 29 branches in 18 communities and assets of more than $3.6 billion, we believe in Alaska & have since 1922.

Noteworthy: First National was voted Best Place to Work in Alaska by ABM readers for the second year in a row. The bank was also voted first in four other categories: Best Customer Service, Best Corporate Citizen, Best Family-Owned Business and Best Alaska Ad Campaign.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

66S        665        100%       2          5.8%


Sealaska

Anthony Mallott, President/CEO

One Sealaska Plaza, Suite 400

Juneau, AK 99801-1276

Phone: 907-586-1512

Fax: 907-586-2304

webmaster@sealaska.com

sealaska.com

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016                $145,500,000
2015  $109M         $109,440,000
2014  $121M         $121,540,000
2013                $164,950,000
2012                $311,620,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Sealaska Government Services. Natural Resources. Seafood and Natural Foods.

Principal Activities: Sealaska has three business segments: Natural Resources - Create the greatest financial, cultural and community benefit from our lands; Water & Maritime Seafood business maximizes the value and health of the ocean, while enhancing and protecting the capacity of the ocean to sustain resources.

Noteworthy: April 2017, Sealaska acquired a majority ownership in Odyssey, a Seattle based seafood and marketing co. Sealaska made its first investment in 2016, as part of its 2012 strategic plan, and purchased a minority interest in Independent Packers Corporation, a custom seafood processor located in Seattle.

Subsidiaries: Sealaska Timber Company; Alaska Coastal Aggregates; Sealaska Environmental Services; Managed Business Solutions; Sealaska Constructors, LLC; Sealaska Construction Solutions, LLC; Sealaska Government Services, LLC; Sealaska Technical Services, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

264        51         19%        5          32.9%


Matanuska Electric Association, Inc.

Tony Izzo, Genera/ Manager/CEO

PO Box 2929 | Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 907-761-9300 | Fax: 907-761-9368

facebook.com/matanuska.electric

mea.coop

Year Established: 1941

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $137,279,126
2015  $142,549,343
2014  $116,570,742
2013  $105,000,000
2012  $106,482,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: A member-owned electric cooperative that serves just over 50,000 members across more than 4,300 miles of power lines in the Mat-Su and Eagle River areas. MEA's mission is to provide safe reliable energy at reasonable rates with exceptional member service and commitment to the community they serve.

Principal Activities: As Alaska's oldest existing and second largest member-owned cooperative, MEA serves nearly 60,000 members in the Mat-Su and Chugiak/Eagle River areas. Focus remains to provide safe reliable energy at reasonable rates with exceptional member service and commitment to the community they serve.

Noteworthy: With a continued focus on partnership within the railbelt, 2016 marked the year of a formalized agreement with Railbelt neighbors merging generation resources. Modeling shows this could save our region $12-16M in fuel costs with $2-3M of that directly offsetting MEA rates.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

190        190        100%       1          3.7%


Sitnasuak Native Corporation

Roberta Quintavell, President/CEO

400 Bering St.

Nome, AK 99762

Phone: 907-387-1200

Fax: 907-443-3063

snc.org

Year Established: 1972

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $130,210,466
2015  $116,912,297
2014   $88,128,089
2013   $93,147,344
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Village Corporation.

Principal Activities: Apparel manufacturing, construction, federal service contracting, financial services, fuel distribution, real estate.

Noteworthy: 2016 was a great year for Sitnasuak. Roberta "Bobbi" Quintavell (our new President & CEO) replaced Richard Strutz, who announced his retirement plans early in the year. Sales and profits were up, ALL business lines were profitable and 2017 is turning out to be another great year.

Subsidiaries: SNC Technical Services, LLC; Fidelity Title Agency Alaska, LLC; GBS, LLC; Nanuag, LLC; Nanuaq Development, LLC; Sitnasuak Construction Services, LLC; Sitnasuak Health Solutions, LLC; Sitnasuak Properities, LLC; Aurora Industries, LLC; API, LLC; Sound Fabric, LLC; SNC Manufacturing, LLC; Bonanza Fuel, LLC; Mat-Su Title Agency, LLC; Sitnasuak Financial Services, LLC; Bonanza Fuel, Inc; Mat-Su Title, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

950        100        11%        2          11.4%


Geneva Woods Pharmacy, Inc.

Dan Afrasiabi, President/CEO

501 W. International Airport Rd., Suite 1A

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 907-565-6100

Fax: 907-565-6112

info@senevawoods.com

genevawoods.com

Year Established: 1977

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $128,649,000
2015  $106,400,000
2014   $95,000,000
2013   $60,000,000
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: With locations in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, our infusion team provides IV therapy both in our infusion suites and patients' homes. Our GO Tech team delivers compliance packaged medications and Home medical supplies to patient homes and care facilities. We help you stay healthy at home.

Principal Activities: Complete hose of clinical pharmacy services including Home infusion, specialty pharmacy, Sterile and non-sterile compounding and retail. Delivery of Home medical eguipment and supplies, including a full respiratory department with clinical respiratory therapists, and a complex rehab department.

Noteworthy: Acguisition of additional operations in the pacific northwest including multiple pharmacy acquisitions.

Subsidiaries: Geneva Woods Washington LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

545        238        44%        4          20.9%


Tanadgusix Corp. (TDX)

Ron Philemonoff, CEO

3601 C St., Suite 1000

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-278-2312

Fax: 907-278-2316

info@tanadsusix.com

tanadgusix.com/

Year Established: 1973

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $122,200,000
2015  Not ranked
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Village Corporation.

Principal Activities: Hotels/tourism, airport parking, civil/vertical construction, environmental remediation/UXO, industrial welding/cleaning, bulk fuel sales/storage/distribution, remote power generation, alternative, renewable & smart energy, electric utilities & power plants, fiber & wireless technologies, electronic warfare.

Noteworthy: Not submitted.

Subsidiaries: TDX Government Services Division; TDX Power Division; TDX Glogal; Bering Sea Group; Hotel and Parking Division
                                 Change      % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank     in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016   from 2016

572        141        25%        Not Ranked  N/A


Delta Constructors LLC

Ed Gohr, CEO

3000 C St., Suite 202

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-771-5800

Fax: 907-771-5911

info@deltaconstructors.net

deltaconstructors.net

Year Established: 2007

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $121,228,363
2015  $179,492,000
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Delta Constructors specializes in Construction Management (estimating, planning, scheduling and project execution) and direct hire construction for structural, piping, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation disciplines, in support of Up & Mid-Stream Oil and Gas development.

Principal Activities: Delta Constructors provides execution management and direct hire construction services to the oil and gas industry throughout Alaska, North Dakota, and Texas. Delta is an innovative, results driven company committed to safety, quality, cost, and schedule performance leadership.

Noteworthy: Delta has recently expanded its operations to include the Permian Basis in West Texas.

Subsidiaries: Palisade Energy, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

650        50         8%         8          32.5%


MTA, Inc.

Michael Burke, CEO

1740 S. Chugach St.

Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 907-745-3211

Fax: 907-761-2688

facebook.com/MatanuskaTelephone

mtasolubons.com

Year Established: 1953

5 Year Revenue Review
2016          $100,000,000
2015           $99,200,000
2014           $97,100,000
2013           $97,300,000
2012   $96M    $96,000,000


Main Business: MTA is at the forefront of Alaska's technology revolution, empowering its member-owners to live a connected life. MTA, an Alaskan owned telecommunications cooperative, provides broadband, business solutions/IT services, DTV, local dial-tone, directory and TV advertising.

Principal Activities: MTA is leading Alaska's technology revolution, empowering its member-owners to live a connected life. MTA, an Alaskan-owned communications company, delivers broadband, business solutions, data center, IT services, TV, landline, on-line directory and TV advertising.

Noteworthy: MTA was able to gain regulatory stability by working with our fellow Alaskan telecommunications companies and our Congressional Delegation to get the Alaska Plan approved by the FCC. The Alaska Plan restores $8 million in federal high-cost support that will allow us to grow our fiber network.

Subsidiaries: MTA Communications; AlasConnect
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

362        362        100%       5          0.8%


Construction Machinery Industrial, LLC

Ken Gerondale, President/CEO

5400 Homer Dr. | Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 907-563-3822 | Fax: 907-563-1381

o.prestwick@cmiak.com

cmiak.com

Year Established: 1985

5 Year Revenue Review
2016   $98,000,000
2015  $105,000,000
2014  $127,000,000
2013  $134,000,000
2012  $145,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Construction and mining equipment sales, rentals, service, and parts.

Principal Activities: Construction and mining equipment, parts, service, sales and rentals.

Noteworthy: Added Kubota line for engines, compressors, and parts. Added Tioga Heaters and Xtreme Forklifts.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

105        105        100%       1          6.7%


Udelhoven Oilfield System Services

Jim Udelhoven, CEO

184 E. 53rd Ave. | Anchorage, AK 99518-1222

Phone: 907-344-1577 | Fax: 907-344-5817

rfrontdesk@udelhoven.com

udelhoven.com

Year Established: 1970

5 Year Revenue Review
2016   $97,181,224
2015  $148,746,045
2014  $198,377,193
2013  $166,229,644
2012  $148,165,163

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Oilfield services, construction management, electrical & mechanical construction.

Principal Activities: Oilfield services, electrical, mechanical & plumbing.

Noteworthy: Jim Udelhoven inducted to Alaska Business Hall of Fame.

Subsidiaries: Udelhoven Inc., Houston; and Udelhoven International Inc., Houston.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

320        312        98%        9          34.7%


Colville, Inc.

Dave Pfeifer, President/CEO

Pouch 340012

Prudhoe Bay, AK 99734

Phone: 907-659-3198

Fax: 907-659-3190

info@colvilleinc.com

colvilleinc.com

Year Established: 1981

5 Year Revenue Review
2016   $96,299,358
2015  $132,986,277
2014  $125,690,815
2013  $105,600,000
2012  $110,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Colville's group of oilfield companies provide a full complement of Arctic Logistics capabilities. Our services include fuel, aviation, waste management, transport, industrial supply and camp services.

Principal Activities: Colville's group of oil field support and retail companies operate safely, reliably, and efficiently from Prudhoe Bay to the Kenai Peninsula. Our suite of capabilities include fuel and supply chain management, transport and tow services, waste management, aviation support, and camp services.

Noteworthy: Colville expanded its logistics capabilities with the purchase of a deicing truck to service both commercial and private aviation clients at the Deadhorse Airport as well as the acquisition of Ben's Auto in Fairbanks and three additional Napa Auto Parts Stores located in Kenai, Soldotna, and Seward.

Subsidiaries: Colville Transport LLC; Brooks Range Supply Inc.; Brooks Camp, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

215        215        100%       6          27.6%


Homer Electric Association, Inc.

Bradley Janorschke, General Manager 3977 Lake St.

Homer, AK 99603

Phone: 907-235-8551

Fax: 907-235-3313

contact_us@homerelectric.com

homerelectric.com

Year Established: 1945

5 Year Revenue Review
2016        $95,000,000
2015        $97,000,000
2014        $92,000,000
2013        $92,000,000
2012  $91M  $91,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Homer Electric Association is a member-owned electric cooperative serving over 22,892 members on the western Kenai Peninsula from Soldotna, Kenai, Homer and remote communities across Kachemak Bay.

Principal Activities: Homer Electric Association, Inc., a member-owned Touchstone Energy electric cooperative, provides electric service to 23,494 member-owners on the southern Kenai Peninsula and remote communities across Kachemak Bay.

Noteworthy: Homer Electric Association, Inc. has partnered with Touchstone Energy Cooperatives - a resource of larger, national network of electric cooperatives. Making up America's largest utility network, it has over 30.5 million member-owners and more than 700 local electric co-ops in 47 states.

Subsidiaries: Alaska Electric and Energy Cooperative, Inc.; Kenai Hydro, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

137        137        100%       2          2.1%


Danny Seybert, CEO

6100 Boeing Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99502

Phone: 800-446-4228

Fax: 907-334-5763

missy.roberts@penair.com

penair.com

Year Established: 1955

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $89,900,000
2015  $89,952,112
2014  $79,700,000
2013  $78,300,000
2012  $81,300,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Passenger Transportation throughout SW Alaska, with hubs in the lower 48 in Portland, OR, Boston, MA, and Denver, CO. Also specializing in Charters and Freight service throughout the State of Alaska.

Principal Activities: Schedule passenger service throughout Alaska and the lower 48 with hubs in Anchorage, Boston, Denver & Portland.

Noteworthy: Opened seven new routes/markets in 2016.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

700        400        57%        2          0.1%


The Kuskokwim Corporation

Maver Carey, President/CEO

4300 B St., Suite 207

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-243-2944

Fax: 907-243-2984

info@kuskokwim.com

kuskokwim.com

Year Established: 1977

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $88,719,545
2015  $86,423,567
2014  $73,122,018
2013  Not ranked
2012  $95,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Alaska Native Corporation serving the Kuskokwim River region.

Principal Activities: Alaska Native Corporation specializing in real estate, investments, aerospace, IO&T services, helicopter maintenance, logistics support, small aircraft repair, environmental and restoration services, and heavy civil construction.

Noteworthy: The Kuskokwim Corporation (TKC) enjoyed another successful and profitable year, thanks to a strong balance sheet and diverse revenue stream. TKC is now looking beyond current business ventures to the future for our corporation by focusing on internships, training and job readiness for Shareholders.

Subsidiaries: TKC Development; Tumeq, LLC; Kuskokwim Properties, LLC; TKC Aerospace, Inc.; Suulutaaq, Inc.; Precision Air, Inc.; Swift River Environmental Services, LLC; SIOTS, LLC; Charleston Logistics, LLC; Stony River Technologies, LLC; Green HID, LLC; Holitna Construction, LLC; Precision Heli-Support, LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

135        15         11%        3          2.7%


Usibetli Coal Mine, Inc.

Joseph E. Usibelli Jr., President/CEO

100 Cushman St., Suite 210

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 907-452-2625

Fax:(907)451-6543

lisa@usibelli.com

usibelli.com

Year Established: 1943

5 Year Revenue Review
2016   $80,000,000
2015   $86,000,000
2014   $97,000,000
2013  $103,000,000
2012   $86,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Coal Mine and affiliate companies.

Principal Activities: UCM supplies ultra-low sulfur coal to the six Interior Alaska power plants.

Noteworthy: UCM launched a new safety campaign to rebrand, reinforce and reemphasize safety as a top priority for employees and their families: "Everyday Safety--At Work. At Home. At Play." The University of Alaska Fairbanks recognized the Usibelli Family as one of the three "Philanthropists of the Century."
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

183        148        81%        3          7%


Anchorage Chrysler Dodge Center

Corey Meyers, President

2601 E. Fifth Ave.

Anchorage. AK 99501

Phone: 907-276-1331

Fax: 907-264-2202

KristineHorst@accak.com

accak.com

Year Established: 1963

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $79,853,962
2015  $89,313,811
2014  $97,752,543
2013  $85,550,000
2012  $78,422,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Franchised dealer of Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram Trucks.

Principal Activities: Franchised Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership. Selling new and used cars and trucks. In addition, Anchorage Chrysler Dodge has complete parts and service departments servicing all makes and models.

Noteworthy: In 2017 Anchorage Chrysler Center added two new members to their management team. Todd Novak with 28yrs experience was hired as Fixed Operations Director. Robbie Dixon with 15 years in retail vehicle sales was hired as Fleet Manager.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016
105        105        100%       No Change  10.6%


Bethel Native Corporation

Anastasia Hoffman, President/CEO

PO Box 719

Bethel, AK 99559

Phone: 907-543-2124

Fax: 907-543-2897

ahoffman@bncak.com

bethelnativecorp.org

Year Established: 1973

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $71,771,183
2015  $54,275,351
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  $53,581,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Bethel's companies engage in many diverse lines of business including government contracting, construction, logistical support, environmental remediation and commercial real estate, with offices in Bethel, Anchorage and the Lower 48.

Principal Activities: Principal lines of business include investments in the securities market; commercial real estate investments; and investments in numerous operating subsidiary companies engaging in construction contracting and environmental remediation and consulting.

Noteworthy: Bethel Federal Services, LLC, an SBA 8(a) certified subsidiary providing facility support services, was recently awarded a large construction project by the US Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District to build an F-35A Hangar at Eielson AFB, Alaska. They have partnered w/UNIT Company on this project.

Subsidiaries: Bethel Solutions Inc; Bethel Services Inc; Bethel Federal Services LLC; Bethel Environmental Solutions LLC; Bethel Contracting LLC
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

125        60         48%        8          32.2%


Davis Constructors & Engineers, Inc.

Josh Pepperd, President/CEO

6591 A St., Suite 300 | Anchorage. AK 99518

Phone: 907-562-2336 | Fax: 907-561-3620

admin@davisconstructors.com

davisconstructors.com

Year Established: 1976

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $65.4M  $65,497,161
2015         $108,025,675
2014         $136,117,019
2013         $163,639,861
2012         $218,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Davis brings a "full service" approach to projects, tailoring services to meet the specific needs of each client from design inception to project completion. Davis brings over 30 years of experience in Design/Build project delivery, representing over 3.5 million square feet of construction.

Principal Activities: Davis is able to provide: pre-construction consulting services, constructability reviews, construction management services, CM@Risk Services, design/build, civil and general construction, estimating services (civil and vertical), value engineering/life cycle cost analysis, and CPM scheduling.

Noteworthy: Davis Constructors will finish the Anchorage Museum Expansion and Alaska Gallery Renovation, Turnagain Elementary School Renovation and the UAF Engineering Building in 2017. Additionally in 2017 Davis held the first Anchorage Barefoot Mile, raising over $200,000 to fight human trafficking.

Subsidiaries: Mass Excavation, Inc.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

104        104        100%       10         39.4%


Credit Union 1

Paul Yang, President/CEO

1941 Abbott Rd.

Anchorage, AK 99507

Phone: 907-339-9485

Fax: 907-339-8522

service@cu1.org

cu1.org

Year Established: 1952

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $64,618,093
2015  $60,879,254
2014  $58,634,026
2013  $52,618,949
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Credit Union 1 values responsible, accessible lending as one of our most vital community services. We're proud to offer versatile accounts and quality loans to match our members' unique needs and lifestyle, and our many electronic services represent the cutting edge of personal money management.

Principal Activities: Credit Union 1 provides financial services such as savings accounts, checking accounts, auto loans, mortgage loans, personal loans, credit cards, certificates and IRAS to anyone who lives and/or works in Alaska.

Noteworthy: In 2016, we raised and contributed $257,000 for charitable organizations across Alaska, and our employees volunteered over 5,300 hours for non-profit projects and events.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

374        359        96%        3          6.1%


New Horizons Telecom, Inc.

Leighton Lee, CEO

901 Cope Industrial Way

Palmer, AK 99645

Phone: 907-761-6000

Fax: 907-761-6001

info@nhtiusa.com

nhtiusa.com

Year Established: 1978

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $64,530,905
2015  Not ranked
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: General, electrical and engineering contractor with emphasis in telecommunications. In-house engineering, installation and project management services for urban and remote communications facilities, OSP and ISP cabling as well as electrical and communications equipment installation and integration.

Principal Activities: Telecommunications infrastructure design and construction. Multi-disciplined engineering and installation of fiber optic, microwave and wireless components including urban and remote RF/tower sites, data centers, long haul OSP, satellite earth stations, back-up power systems, etc.

Noteworthy: Completion of Quintillion Networks terrestrial fiber and ocean terminal facilities ahead of schedule and under budget.
                                 Change      % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank     in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016   from 2016

85         79         93%        Not Ranked  N/A


Cape Fox Corporation

Chris Luchtefeld, COO

PO Box 8558

Ketchikan, AK 99901

Phone: 907-225-5163

Fax: 907-225-3137

tcline@capefoxcorp.com

capefoxcorp.com

Year Established: 1973

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $63,532,532
2015  Not ranked
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: ANC holding company.

Principal Activities: Government contractor, hospitality, tourism & retail.

Noteworthy: New Contracts awarded.

Subsidiaries: Cape Fox Shared Services; Cape Fox Federal Integrators; Cape Fox Facilities Services; Saxman One; Eagle Health; Concentric Methods; NAVAR; Cape Fox Government Services; Cape Fox Lodge; Ketchikan Title Agency; Cape Fox Tours; Cape Fox Professional Services
                                 Change      % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank     in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016   from 2016

575        115        20%        Not Ranked  N/A


Denali Federal Credit Union

Robert Teachworth, President/CEO

440 E. 36th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-257-7200

Fax: 907-222-5806

info@denalifcu.com

denalifcu.org

Year Established: 1948

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $57,973,581
2015  $52,984,258
2014  $49,011,797
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Complete financial services for individuals & businesses. 19 branches in AK & WA, more than 40 ATMs, and network access to more than 5,300 branches and 30,000 ATMs make us Alaska's most convenient financial institution! Check out our website at denalifcu.org or our mobile site.

Principal Activities: Complete financial services for individuals and businesses.

Noteworthy: Denali's CUSOs have initiated several analytical programs and products which have been purchased by financial institutions in Alaska and the Lower 48 to assist them with their financial planning programming.

Subsidiaries: Denali Analytics; Deep Future Analytics
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

325        320        98%        4          9.4%


Vitus Energy LLC

Mark Smith, CEO

113 W. Northern Lights Blvd., Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-278-6700

Fax: 907-278-6701

info@vitusmarine.com

vitus-energy.com

Year Established: 2009

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $55,000,000
2015  $63,000,000
2014  $69,000,000
2013  $89,600,000
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Vitus Marine specializes in meeting the marine transportation and fuel distribution needs of Western Alaska maritime communities. Vitus currently provides fuel and freight delivery services across Western Alaska.

Principal Activities: Fuel Sales and Transportation.

Noteworthy: Successfully completed flagship dry-docking in Western Alaska.

Subsidiaries: Central Alaska Energy; Vitus Marine; Vitus Terminals
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

70         70         100%       2          12.7%


Airport Equipment Rentals

Jerry Sadler, Owner/President

1285 Van Horn Rd.

Fairbanks, AK 99707

Phone: 907-456-2000

Fax: 907-457-7609

aerinc4@alaska.net

airportequipmentrentals.com

Year Established: 1986

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $54,361,000
2015  $75,624,000
2014  $63,212,586
2013  $55,000,001
2012  $54,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Largest industrial/construction heavy equipment rental company in Alaska. Providing rentals, sales and service for the construction and oil & gas industries.

Principal Activities: Largest industrial/construction heavy equipment rental company in Alaska. Providing rentals, sales, parts and service for the construction and oil & gas industry.

Noteworthy: Paid off the Headquarters building in Fairbanks, now debt free in real estate.

Subsidiaries: The Rental Zone
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

100        100        100%       5          28.1%


Tatonduk Outfitters Ltd.

DBA Everts Air Cargo

Robert Everts, CEO/Owner

5525 Airport Industrial Rd. | Fairbanks, AK 99709

Phone: 907-450-2300 | Fax: 907-450-2320

info@EvertsAir.com

EvertsAir.com

Year Established: 1978

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $54,135,000
2015  $57,140,000
2014  $53,150,000
2013  $51,950,000
2012  $50,785,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Transportation.

Principal Activities: Everts Air Cargo provides scheduled and charter (domestic & international) air freight services using MD-80, DC-9, DC-6, and C-46 aircraft. Everts Air Alaska provides passenger, freight and charter service out of Fairbanks using Pilatus & Caravan aircraft.

Noteworthy: The Everts Maintenance Team completed a major dismantling of a Curtiss Wright C-46 Commando in preparation for transport to a museum in Israel. There, it will tell the story of Operation Michaelberg, where in 1947, 150 clandestine immigrants were transported via C-46 from Iraq and Italy to Israel.

Subsidiaries: Everts Air Cargo; Everts Air Alaska
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

326        296        91%        1          5.3%


Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc.

Mike Shaw, President

11001 Calaska Cir.

Anchorage. AK 99515

Phone: 907-279-1400

Fax: 907-279-1405

contact@rhcak.com

roserhickelcontracting.com

Year Established: 1995

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $53,447,999
2015  $50,787,881
2014  $65,585,188
2013  $67,963,073
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: General contractor; commercial construction vertical and civil work.

Principal Activities: General contractor; commercial and road work.

Noteworthy: Expanded company operations to the State of Washington.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

80         65         81%        1          5.2%


Seekins Ford Lincoln, Inc.

Ralph Seekins, President

1625 Seekins Ford Dr.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 907-459-4000

Fax: 907-459-4057

sales@seekins.com

seekins.com

Year Established: 1977

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $52,554,917
2015  $69,690,934
2014  $68,469,689
2013  $67,581,913
2012  $74,556,932

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Automotive sales, service, parts and body shop.

Principal Activities: New and Used automobile sales, service and parts.

Noteworthy: In 2016, Seekins expanded their automobile maintenance and repair with a new Quick Lane facility located on Eielson AFB.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

103        103        100%       7          24.6%


Watterson Construction Co.

Bill Watterson, President

6500 Interstate Cir.

Anchorage, AK 99518

Phone: 907-563-7441

Fax: 907-563-7222

bwatterson@wccak.com

wattersonconstruction.com

Year Established: 1981

5 Year Revenue Review
2016   $52,000,000
2015  $104,000,000
2014   $88,000,000
2013   $90,000,000
2012   $89,000,000

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Kendall Audi Volkswagen Porsche; Diamond Animal Hospital; Ft Greely MEB1-Missile Field #1 (nearly complete).

Principal Activities: General Contractor - Buildings: Commercial and Military Construction. Design Build and Owner Designed.

Noteworthy: Recently awarded: ANTHC Child Care Center and Structural and Architectural portion of Odom Distribution WH and Offices - both in Anchorage.
                                 Change     % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank    in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016  from 2016

75         75         100%       17         50%


Alaska Village Electric

Cooperative, Inc.

Meera Kohler, President/CEO

4831 Eagle St. | Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 907-561-1818 | Fax: 907-562-4086

mkohler@avec.org

avec.org

Year Established: 1967

5 Year Revenue Review
2016  $49,500,000
2015  Not ranked
2014  Not ranked
2013  Not ranked
2012  Not ranked

Note: Table made from bar graph.


Main Business: Provide electric power to 58 communities in rural Alaska.

Principal Activities: Provide electric utility services to 33,000 Alaskans in 58 communities.

Noteworthy: AVEC is pioneering smart hybrid micro-grids in remote rural locations. Using wind to displace up to 40% of diesel fuel, AVEC communities are reducing dependence on fossil fuels and expect to do more in the future. AVEC is connecting communities and promoting development of an Alaska-wide grid.
                                 Change      % Change
Worldwide  Alaska     % Alaska   in Rank     in Revenue
Employees  Employees  Workforce  from 2016   from 2016

160        160        100%       Not Ranked  N/A
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