About NANA Development Corporation

NANA Development Corporation (NDC) was founded by NANA Regional Corporation in 1974. NDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary responsible for managing NANA’s business portfolio.

Over the years, NANA business interests have evolved. Currently, NDC companies focus on serving the oil & gas, commercial, and federal business sectors.

Oil & Gas

In Alaska, NDC companies have delivered essential products and services to the resource development industry since 1974.

NDC’s customers work in some of the most extreme environments. From Alaska’s North Slope to the Gulf of Mexico, our companies provide: offshore platform operations and maintenance; facilities design and construction; fabrication; engineering and project management; and indigenous engagement.

NDC companies are committed to maintaining the highest standards possible—for the health and safety of its employees, customers, clients, and the environment.

Commercial

NANA’s clients and partners are world-class professionals in a wide variety of industries.

NDC companies provide these services to high-profile, commercial customers: hotel development and management; architecture, engineering, and surveying; catering; security; and camp services.

Services include: engineering and construction, IT and telecommunications, facilities management and logistics, real estate and hotel development, hotel management, camp services, food services, security, and staffing.

NDC companies have been structured to evolve quickly—to embrace new technologies and game-changing capabilities—with the aim of exceeding the needs and expectations of NANA’s customers.

Federal

Since 1996, NDC companies have supported government and industry customers at every critical point. NDC’s companies deliver specialized services in: construction; technology solutions and products; mission systems, engineering and technology; facility solutions; and technical support services.

Several NDC companies in the federal sector participate in the Small Business Administration 8(a) program, delivering services to the federal government. Since 1996, many companies have graduated from the program and are now awarded contract work on a competitive basis.