Ahtna Ranks Among Top 15 Alaska Companies

Published January 2020

Ahtna shareholder employees (left to right) Talon Masterson, Ahtna Special Forces intern; Taliylah Patrick, Ahtna Special Forces intern; Jamie Ginn, AEI Project Administrator; Tina Chapman, Safety Health & Environmental Specialist; and Tracy Parent, Shareholder Advocate accepting Ahtna’s Top 49er Award. Alaska Business presented the 2019 Top 49 Alaskan-owned and operated businesses ranked by gross revenue on Friday, September 27, 2019, at a luncheon at the Anchorage Downtown Marriott.

Ahtna shareholder employees (left to right) Talon Masterson, Ahtna Special Forces intern; Taliylah Patrick, Ahtna Special Forces intern; Jamie Ginn, AEI Project Administrator; Tina Chapman, Safety Health & Environmental Specialist; and Tracy Parent, Shareholder Advocate accepting Ahtna’s Top 49er Award. Alaska Business presented the 2019 Top 49 Alaskan-owned and operated businesses ranked by gross revenue on Friday, September 27, 2019, at a luncheon at the Anchorage Downtown Marriott.

Ahtna, Inc. and the Ahtna family of companies moved up two places to #14 on the List of Top 49 Alaska Businesses of 2019, according to business publication Alaska Business.

For more than two decades, Alaska Business has honored the Alaskan-grown companies that epitomize the teamwork and talent it takes to triumph over the daily obstacles all businesses face. The awards luncheon had a superhero theme which Alaska Business played on when describing this year’s awardees in the October issue. “Altogether the Top 49ers (through a shuffling of manila envelopes, coded knocks, and the endless whoosh of a network of pneumatic tubes) reported $17.2 billion in revenue for 2018, almost $2 billion more than the year previous. Whatever master plans our Top 49ers may have, it’s clear they’re doing what they do best: leading communities, building jobs from scratch, bustin’ bank vaults (with the huge volumes of money they’re making, naturally), and topping charts.”