Category: Subsidiary

PetroCard Partners with City Officials to Test Disaster Preparedness Response

PetroCard participated in an emergency fueling drill with the City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities (TPU) last October. The four-hour exercise is a part of an annual drill sponsored by TPU Fleet and City of Tacoma Emergency Management to test mitigation, response, and recovery efforts during an extended power outage and fuel shortage following…Read More

Safety Training Sees Record Number of Shareholder Participants

Kakivik’s Radiation Safety Officer, David Torres, held a 40-hour training on radiation safety last month for 13 new applicants and five experienced Kakivik technicians obtaining their five-year renewal certification. Of the 13 new applicants, ten were BBNC Shareholders – a record number of trainees for the company. Experienced technicians were paired with two new applicants…Read More

Corrosion and Inspection Team Reaches One Year Safety Record at Alpine

Kakivik’s corrosion and inspection team at Alpine recently achieved 12 consecutive months without a recordable incident. This achievement would not be possible without the 16 employees who actively participate in a safety culture that is focused on safe work practices. Other tools that factored into their success include pre-job planning, equipment, and periodic audits. Pre-job…Read More

PetroCard Participates in Tribal Convenience Store Summit

In September, PetroCard management and sales staff, including Stephanie Seretis and Stephanie Heilman, attended the 2018 Tribal Summit Group Membership Meeting and Mini-Tradeshow hosted by the Suquamish Tribe at the Suquamish Clearwater Resort and Casino. PetroCard attended the annual meeting for the first time as a participant and mini-trade show vendor in an effort to…Read More

McCool Rejoins Peak as Vice President, North Slope Operations and Development

Ian McCool, who previously served as project manager for Peak’s North Slope construction division, rejoined the company as vice president of North Slope operations and development, in October. In this role, he will focus on leading the North Slope team and directing all operations, planning, and execution for the region as well as growing the…Read More

PetroCard Recipient of 2017 MBE to MBE Inclusion

This past summer, PetroCard was presented the 2017 MBE to MBE Inclusion Award by the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council (NW MSDC) for efforts in working with other minority businesses in the Pacific Northwest. The Council’s focus is to aid in the growth and development of minority-owned businesses. “As a certified Minority Business Enterprise…Read More

Safety Milestones Reached for PetroCard and CCI Industrial Services

PetroCard and CCI Industrial Services have recently reached significant safety milestones. PetroCard hit the one year mark without a workplace injury this past September and CCI Industrial Services’ Tanks, Blasting, and Coating (TBC) group completed three years without a recordable incident in October. PetroCard has improved their performance significantly from last year, due in part…Read More

BBI Welcomes Shareholder Development Specialist, Jeanette LeClair

Bristol Bay Industrial is pleased to welcome BBNC shareholder, Jeanette LeClair to the organization. Jeanette joins us from the Anchorage School District where she worked as both the Title VI Indian Education Counselor and a graduation support coordinator for Alaska Natives, Native Americans, and at-risk youths at Dimond and Bartlett high schools in Anchorage. A…Read More

Success at Bristol Alliance Fuels

BBNC Shareholder, Charles Wassily, completed Northern Industrial Training’s Professional Truck Driving program this past June. The program is centered on a hands-on learning approach, which prepares students for success in the truck driving industry as they pursue their Class A CDL license. This training was provided to Charles through the collaborative efforts of BBNC and…Read More

SCF Prototype “Invisible Wounds” Facility to the Air Force

SES Construction and Fuel Services LLC (SCF) designed and constructed an Invisible Wound Center (IWC) at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. As the first of its kind for the Air Force, the IWC is a state-of-the-art prototype facility that will provide outpatient healthcare services for patients with complex medical conditions, including traumatic brain injury, behavioral…Read More