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AAC is an 8(a), Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC)

AAC is an 8(a), Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC), and Small Disadvantaged Business providing innovative, cost effective, and safe construction, environmental, decontamination and decomissioning, and radiological services.

AAC’s Capabilities

AAC’s core capabilities include traditional and specialty construction services ranging from security and facility upgrades to the renovation and restoration of major facilities. Organizational competencies include design-build and design-bid-build for new construction including mechanical, electrical, and HVAC installations.

AAC’s Experience

AAC’s infrastructure experience extends to water and wastewater systems, sewers, levees, dikes, and underground utilities. AAC’s professionals have successfully completed more than 250 projects worldwide for federal and civilian agencies, and the Department of Defense.


SAME Conference 2019

AAC will be attending the SAME Conference in Dallas, TX November 20-22. This is the premier event for federal agencies and businesses operating in the A/E/C marketplace to share information, discuss business needs and mission requirements, connect with potential partners and help support the nation’s small businesses and the government’s small business contracting goals.

NAVFAC Washington awards AAC $4.2M Contract

ARS Aleut Construction was recently awarded a contract by NAVFAC Washington to provide the engineering, design and construction of two new facilities to enhance mission capabilities at Naval Support Facility Indian Head. The $4.2M project replaces task critical equipment and infrastructure with increased Read More

AAC Selected for NASA Minor Construction Contract

AAC has received a notice of selection for the George C. Marshall Space flight Center Minor Construction Contract-IV Acquisition. This IDIQ contract will provide all management, supervision, labor, transportation, facilities, materials, tools, disposal, coordination of subcontractors Read More

USACE Sacramento Awards AAC A $13.6M Contract

AAC will renovate four warehouses totaling over 250,000 square feet of space. This general construction project will include the following tasks: replace building siding, install exterior guard rails, repair exterior concrete docks and ramps, remove fluorescent lights, install LED lights, replace sliding cargo doors, repair gypsum boards, Read More

Justice Robert F. Kennedy Building, Washington, D.C

The General Services Administration recently awarded a $7.5M design-build contract to ARS Aleut Construction to design and construct the Balcony, Wall Stone Flashing and Skylight Roofing Repairs at the Department of Justice (DOJ) Headquarters (Robert F. Kennedy Building) in Washington, DC. Read More

Yosemite National Park

AAC has recently been awarded a $14.1M contract by the National Park Service for the rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer system servicing the El Portal community at the western entrance to Yosemite National Park. Read More

Bureau of Indian Affairs MACC

AAC has recently been awarded a spot on the Department of Interior/Bureau of Indian Affairs $500M National Multiple Award Construction Contract. Read More

USACE Savannah District

AAC has been awarded a sole-source contract from USACE Savannah District to address remaining DDT contamination in the soil for a site at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Historically, the project area was used by the Entomology Division of the DPW for mixing and storage of numerous pesticides and herbicides used across the entire infrastructure of Ft. Benning. Read More