A wholly owned subsidiary of NANA, NCC is a strong, secure, reliable and environmentally mindful company. Within NCC’s management team is over 40 years of construction experience, paired with many years specifically dedicated to the modular development industry.
NCC’s deeply experienced, heavy industrial construction personnel are client focused, and focus on maintaining a safe work environment, and delivering the highest quality products – on budget and on time.
NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. (NANA) is a for-profit corporation with social responsibility. It is one of the 13 Regional Native Corporations created as a result of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) passed by congress and signed into law by president Nixon in 1971.
NDC, founded in 1984 by NANA, owns and manages a portfolio of businesses in the oil and gas, federal and commercial sectors. Headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska, NDC employes more than 15,000 people around the globe.
NANA’s owners, or shareholders, are Iñupiat, meaning “real people,” who have inhabited northwest Alaska for more than 10,000 years. Iñupiat are part of the Inuit, or circumpolar indigenous people of the world. Iñupiaq refers to the language, and is also the singular form of Iñupiat.
We improve the quality of life for shareholders by maximizing economic growth, protecting and enhancing our lands, and promoting healthy communities with decisions, actions, and behaviors inspired by our Iñupiat Ilitqusiat values consistent with our core principles.
NANA Core Principles
Honesty and integrity will govern our activities. Commitments made will be fulfilled. Everyone will be treated with dignity and respect.