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Ahtna Environmental Wins SAME Small Business of the Year

Alaska-based Ahtna Environmental, Inc. is honored to announce it is the recipient of the 2020 Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Small Business Award during SAME’s Centennial Year of existence. This award will be celebrated at the SAME Small Business... read more

REMEDIATION at Coast Guard Base Kodiak

At a remote U.S. Coast Guard installation in Alaska, a cooperative effort between industry and government successfully carried out a soil and groundwater remediation at the site of a former laundry and dry-cleaning facility where several previous cleanup attempts had... read more

AEI’s “Dirty Jobs”

AEI’s Southwest Environmental (SWE) Operations, led by Chuck Holman and his team, continues to achieve what others haven’t been able to at Army sites in California. This time the success story was at Riverbank Army Ammunition Plant (RBAAP). In 2016, the SWE team... read more

AEI opens new office in San Antonio, Texas

With key clients based in Texas, AEI decided to open a local office in San Antonio. AEI Vice President, Chuck Holman is responsible for directing San Antonio operations, and looks forward to developing a successful presence in San Antonio. read more

Tom Maloney joins Ahtna as CEO

Ahtna is pleased to announce Tom Maloney as the Chief Executive Officer of Ahtna Netiye’, Inc. – AEI’s holding company. Tom is a long-standing Alaskan with over 25 years of executive-level experience including developing corporate strategies, business development,... read more

AES/AEI — In the News

In July 2015, AES/AEI once again landed on the pages of the Society for American Military Engineers’ bi-monthly magazine, The Military Engineer, July-August 2015 edition. Our third published article in the last 12 months, this most recent story is entitled “Gaining... read more

Gregory Grabowski receives STAR award

Gregory Grabowski, Director of Engineering and Construction in our Irvine, California office, received Ahtna’s STAR Award for his commitment to safety. STAR stands for “Safety Team Awareness and Recognition” and was established to help motivate employees, supervisors... read more