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Vol. 15, No. 33 Week of August 15, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Oil Patch Bits: UIC Subsidiary UMIAQ expands its services

Ukpeavik Iñupiat Corp. said Aug. 9 that its subsidiary UMIAQ has merged with sister company LCMF. The combination of the companies’ professional services business lines offers clients a comprehensive package for their architecture, engineering, surveying and consulting needs. UMIAQ provides services to clients across Alaska focusing on the resource development industries and rural community development projects. LCMF has been rebranded as UMIAQ and the Anchorage offices of both firms have been combined at UIC’s 6700 Arctic Spur Road location. Richard Reich, P.E., has been named general manager of UMIAQ and Amanda Henry will serve as operations manager. Steve Chronic, P.E., will oversee the design division which will consist of architecture, engineering and surveying and Edith Vorderstrasse will manage the consulting division which will provide regulatory, community relations and GIS services. “Combining our companies expertise allows us to build upon each other’s experience and offers our clients expanded capabilities for their professional services needs,” said UMIAQ General Manager Richard Reich. Visit www.ukpik.com/umiaq.htm to learn more.



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