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WHPacific, Inc. Consolidation With Sivuniq, Inc. Enhances Environmental Services Presence On National Level

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- WHPacfic, Inc. (WHPacific) announced a recent consolidation of Sivuniq, Inc. (Sivuniq) into the overall WHPacific operations. Both companies are owned by NANA Development Corporation. Effective October 1, 2012, this consolidation expands the level of comprehensive multimedia environmental services offered by WHPacific to public and private sector clients.  WHPacific is now one of the largest multi-discipline architecture and engineering firms based in Alaska, with 400 staff members, 16 offices throughout Alaska and the Lower 48, and annual revenues in excess of $60M.  WHPacific is the largest Native American-owned architecture/engineering firm in the United States.

Sivuniq has worked closely for several years with WHPacific on various environmental and construction projects in Alaska, the Lower 48, and internationally. This existing working relationship, as well as common ownership, makes the consolidation of operations a seamless transition. The enhanced capabilities within WHPacific are further supported by NANA Development Corporation, which connects WHPacific to an extensive network of dedicated professionals, skilled worldwide partners, and stable financial resources.

"WHPacific and Sivuniq have services that are extremely complementary with each other, and this consolidation will allow us to leverage the best of both organizations," said WHPacific President Robert Macomber, PE, PLS. "Sivuniq's strong history of operations and technical environmental service offerings will be a tremendous asset to our clients. We feel we can now offer the best in planning and design in conjunction with strong environmental expertise."

"This consolidation is a promising step for our environmental business line and signals even more growth and success ahead for our firm," said former Sivuniq President Brad Chastain, CPG. "By consolidating with WHPacific, a strong industry leader, we will have the opportunity to contribute to exciting new growth as part of an overall larger enterprise."

WHPacific's expanded environmental services provide innovative solutions for environmental challenges. By helping our clients achieve success through environmental performance & compliance, we not only contribute to the sustainability of their businesses, but also address broader global challenges, such as access to natural resources & energy, biodiversity, & protecting local communities. Environmental team members are recognized subject matter experts in federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Key environmental services include the following:

  • Environmental Studies & Planning
  • Biological & Ecological Services
  • Permitting & Compliance Services
  • Restoration Services
  • Environmental Management Systems
  • Health & Safety Services
  • Munitions Response

For more than 40 years, WHPacific, Inc. has provided public and private clients with exceptional services from business lines that include architecture, building engineering, energy, environmental, land development, surveying, transportation, and water resources.

WHPacific is consistently recognized as one the nation's top 500 design companies by Engineering News Record, and is ranked number 177 in 2012.  WHPacific has offices located throughout Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, and Washington.

SOURCE WHPacfic, Inc.

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