Alpha Group Secures a $35M Contract for Alaska Building Block to Expand a Gold Mine Infrastructure

Top Quote Alaska Building Block Has Received an Equity Commitment of up to $35M from Alpha Group to Build a State-wide Road Infrastructure that Will Strategically Link Several Alaska Gold Mines. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 18, 2018 - Alaska Building Block is led by president, Kenneth Oberhellmann, who spent over 30 years in the construction and oil & gas industry and plans to bring his extensive organizational experience to complete the gold mine project in Northwest Alaska.

    Mr. Oberhellmann said in a company memo: “We’re excited about forging a long-term relationship with Alpha Group. We project that their funding and business strategy will fully engage our proven expertise to allow us to further exploit new properties within high-producing gold basins in Alaska while creating new jobs.”

    Alaska Building Block, a subsidiary of ACI, is Alaska’s most experienced general contractor in the oil & gas business since 1984. The company specializes in commercial road construction, excavation, demolition, heavy equipment hauling, underground utilities, trucking, ice road construction, and asphalt recycling.

    Alaska Building Block also manufactures energy-efficient ICF building panels for simple and complex construction projects in the entire State of Alaska, which includes making sustainable ICCF blocks for the sub-zero weather conditions.

    Alaska Building Block has an excellent safety record to work on all types of government building projects, restricted military facilities and special installations in every part of Alaska, including the most remote parts of the North Slope.

    The company works with the Native Corporations and serves the entire state of Alaska, including Anchorage, Wasilla, Soldotna, Ketchikan, Nome, Seward, Fairbanks, Juneau, Kenai, Homer, Houston, Sitka, Cordova, North Pole, Kodiak, Bethel, Palmer, Valdez, Point Hope, Barrow (Utqiagvik), Dead Horse, and the Bristol Bay area.

    For more information about Alaska Building Block, contact: info ( @ ) alaskabuildingblock dot com

    Alpha Group CFO, Tony Wilson, said in a company memo today: “We were pleased to help Alaska Building Block negotiate and secure a contract to build a strategic road for one of the largest gold mine regions in Alaska that proves that our business development methodology works even in Alaska. We want to help many more Alaska companies receive funding or close more business to improve the local economy and make it self-sufficient. We could help large or small Alaska companies, including The Eskimo Whaling Commission of Barrow, Alaska, do an IPO, raise the necessary funds to build a much-needed infrastructure (like the refrigeration storage area and negotiate for a higher whaling quota with the International Whaling Commission) to prepare the Natives for the new era of hi-tech living. We could also help the North Slope villagers become more self-sufficient by using cutting-edge technology that would help them embrace a new way of life and make lots of money on our System. Just imagine seeing a prosperous Native Silicon Valley on the North Slope in the next 5-10 years when the whales would go extinct and there’ll be nothing else to catch but salmon or other small fish! We can help a lot of folks on the Slope get ready for a new era!”

    As seen on CNBC News, Bloomberg News, CNN, and other media, Alpha Group is well-known as a global authority in the field of public relations and private equity funding offered to oil & gas companies and independent contractors. Founded in 1997, the firm is headquartered in New York City and maintains offices in all major business centers around the world.

    To request private-equity funding from Alpha Group, contact: info ( @ ) acs-cap dot com

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