Kodiak-based Koniag Inc. on Friday announced its purchase of an Anchorage electrical and security services company.
The company, TecPro Ltd., has clients and projects ranging from Alaska and Hawaii to the Lower 48, according to a Koniag news release.
“TecPro has an experienced, knowledgeable staff and has a history of winning valuable contracts in Alaska and across the Pacific Northwest,” Ron Unger, Koniag’s chairman and chief executive officer, said in a statement.
“With TecPro’s addition to the Koniag family, we can continue to grow and diversify in pursuit of our mission — continually increasing benefits and opportunities for our shareholders.”
TecPro’s chief operations officer Wesley Saunders called it an exciting opportunity.
“We have always been committed to excellence and have been recognized as a superior provider for many years,” Saunders said.
“With Koniag’s strong network of support and national reach, we can grow our work even further and create more opportunities for Alaskans.”
According to the Koniag news release, TecPro will be added into the Native corporation’s energy and water portfolio along with Dowland-Bach, Glacier Services, Big G Electric & Engineering, and Great Northern Engineering.
This acquisition will also expand Koniag’s capabilities and reach, bringing in new potential markets in the Pacific Northwest and connections via TecPro’s U.S. Coast Guard contracts and GSA-certified products.