Infrastructure & Technologies, LLC
Safely and effectively moving logistically challenging projects from conception to completion

htna, Inc., (Ahtna) recently added a new company to its expanding corporate umbrella—Ahtna Infrastructure & Technologies (AIT), LLC, a full-service general contractor, construction manager, and professional services provider. AIT enhances a steady pattern of growth for Ahtna, which operates 20 subsidiaries. AIT enables clients to leverage the strength of its sister subsidiaries’ multi-disciplinary core staff of 360 professionals, including construction supervisors, engineers, scientists, and craft labor.

AIT specializes in executing timesensitive, complex, and multi-faceted construction, environmental, engineering, and professional services projects for commercial and government clients. The Alaska-based firm works on projects ranging from small renovations to major construction to environmental remediation jobs worth $10,000 to $70 million. AIT has offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and the Mat-Su Valley, as well as California, Hawaii, Maryland, Missouri, Oregon, Texas and Washington.

AIT employs a common management structure headed by two longtime Ahtna senior managers: President Tim Finnigan and Vice President Timothy Gould. Finnigan, a second-generation Alaskan construction professional, and Gould jointly manage AIT and four other Ahtna subsidiaries. They apply their differing yet complementary skillsets with out-of-the-box thinking to creatively solve their clients’ problems. “Our ability to share common management and past performance experience provides our clients with the expertise and confi dence that comes with a large, well-established fi rm while offering the fl exibility, transparency, and trust that comes from working with a small company,” Finnigan says.

Recently, AIT received its Small Business Administration 8(a) certification for disadvantaged firms, which translates into accelerated procurement, competitive rates, and other advantages for clients. “AIT can move projects from conception to reality very rapidly,” Gould says. “We’ve developed an excellent skill-set and have great staff that can deliver. We’re a very low-risk contractor.”

Denny Nelson, Ahtna Warehouse Supervisor working alongside Ahtna shareholder staff, Aaron Miller, Jonathan Miller, and Jason Trantham
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AIT functions as both contractor and consultant, offering a one-stop shop for clients. It provides comprehensive, cohesive, and cost-effective solutions that ensure the science/engineering and fi eld operations work together seamlessly. Few firms can match AIT’s logistical skillsets due, in part, to its highquality, cross-trained staff that can flex between different roles. This enables AIT to self-perform the majority of its work in Alaska and much of it elsewhere. “We have attracted the best group of people,” Finnigan says. “For clients, this means they know we will get the job done right.”

AIT values having long-term relationships with clients, partners, vendors, and employees. As such, it has become an employer of choice by offering its staff work fl exibility, competitive pay, and the ability to participate in the Federal Employee Health Benefi ts program. AIT also fosters upward mobility by placing employees in key roles that promote growth. “We mentor our shareholders and younger staff while supporting them to develop into our future leaders for tomorrow,” Gould says. “It’s really gratifying.”

Having well-trained talent and locations nationwide enhances AIT’s ability to serve clients worldwide. “We have such a deep bench of people that when someone calls, I already have in my mind how I would staff it,” Finnigan says. “There’s not a project that we have to say no to.”

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For more information, contact:

Tim Finnigan, President
110 West 38th Ave., Suite 200M
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(907) 569-8250

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