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December 2014

Vol. 19, No. 51 Week of December 21, 2014

Oil Patch Bits: Fairweather relocates to larger facility

Fairweather LLC has relocated their Anchorage corporate headquarters to a larger facility at 301 Calista Court. Encompassing 22,000 square feet of office space and a 10,000-square-foot warehouse, the Calista Court complex accommodates Fairweather’s science, medical and safety divisions, as well as the company’s executive offices. According to Fairweather General Manager Lori Davey, the decision to relocate to Calista Court was motivated by the recent expansion of the company’s science and remote medical divisions and the need to upgrade technology and consolidate all of its offices in a single location.

Housing 40 employees, the Calista Court complex features a state-of-the-art Ethernet and teleconferencing system supported by Cat 6 wiring, along with a climate-controlled server room with a dedicated power source, accommodating up to six server racks. A key fob security system allows Fairweather to set time preferences for doors to lock or unlock automatically. The complex includes an open reception area, spacious break rooms on each floor and conference rooms offering an abundance of natural light.

Fairweather is currently offering office suites and warehouse space for lease at Calista Court. For more information contact Sally Marinucci at Fairweather 907-267-4605, or visit






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