We are pleased to announce that STG Incorporated, along with our subsidiaries Alaska Crane and Terra Foundations, has been acquired by Calista Corporation, one of the original 13 regional corporations established under the landmark 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). The region Calista calls home is no stranger to STG. Its shareholders have benefited from pile foundations driven for new schools and homes, communication towers installed to increase internet speeds, and wind turbines erected to ease the high cost of utilities. Over the years, STG has worked in virtually every village within the Calista region on multiple projects and will continue to do so.
Headquartered in Anchorage, STG Incorporated is a heavy industry contractor offering construction services and management to clients across the state of Alaska. STG remains one of the state’s most experienced constructors of remote energy systems and focuses specifically on projects involving utility-scale wind farms, tower construction and pile foundations along with power generation, distribution and bulk fuel storage facilities.
Over the past two decades, STG has consistently delivered value for its rural client base while executing a diverse array of projects located in some of the most logistically and environmentally challenging locations in North America. STG views its clients as partners in its efforts to support the sustainable development of Alaskan communities through the delivery of superior construction services and management based on high levels of performance, professionalism, and quality craftsmanship.
As an Alaskan owned and operated company, we at STG Incorporated believe in building a sustainable future for all Alaskans. STG Incorporated is proud to provide financial support and construction services for the elevated steel boardwalk through the bears’ sanctuary for the Bear Education Awareness Research Sanctuary (BEARS) at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. BEARS provides a safe, semi-wild enclosure for its inhabitants and educates visitors about one of Alaska’s most magnificent animals.The new boardwalk flows directly through and above the bears’ habitat to provide visitors an educational, affordable, and safe bear experience. See photos of the boardwalk and Alaska’s bears here.