01 | Introduction

Our Owners

Each company within ASRC Industrial is ultimately wholly-owned and controlled by the approximately 13,000 Iñupiat Eskimo shareholders our parent company Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC). ASRC was formed pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1972. When you contract with ASRC Industrial, you are investing in 13,000 Iñupiat shareholders, each of whom is an owner of our company.

Introduction
02 | Certifications

Advantages of Working with Us

Ownership of ASRC Industrial by ASRC conveys unique attributes to its operating subsidiaries related to federal procurements. Our companies have a set of non-financial tools including Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), evergreen small business status for federal subcontractor purposes, the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) that can help customers meet their diversity goals in both commercial and government settings.

MBE Certification (Minority Business Enterprise)

Minority group members are United States citizens who are Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American (including Alaska Native Corporations). Ownership by minority individuals means the business is at least 51% owned by such individuals or, i.e. the management and daily operations are controlled by those minority group members. Because our companies are indirectly and wholly owned by Alaska Natives, our entities may be certified as Minority Business Enterprises.

  • ASRC Energy Services Omega
  • Arctic Pipe Inspection, Inc.
  • Arctic Pipe Inspection Inc. of Houston
  • Arctic Testing & Inspection
  • BCSS
  • Brad Cole Construction Company
  • D. Zelinsky & Sons
  • D2 (Squared) Industrial Services
  • Decorating and Coating Applications
  • Environmental Quality Management
  • EQM Services
  • F.D. Thomas
  • FDT Structural Specialties
  • FDT Water Infrastructure
  • Hudspeth & Associates
  • KM Industrial
  • KM Plant Services
  • Mansfield Industrial
  • Mavo Concrete Sawing Services
  • Mavo Systems
  • Mavo Systems Wisconsin
  • National Environmental Group
  • Niles Construction Services
  • Northwest Demolition and Dismantling
  • Petrochem Insulation
  • Petrochem Insulation of California
  • RSI EnTech
  • RSI Services
  • US Coatings
  • USCF
“Small and disadvantaged business”

A Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) is a small business that is at least 51 percent owned by one or more individuals who are both socially and economically disadvantaged. Under the language of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, our businesses are minority and economically disadvantaged business enterprises owned and controlled by an Alaska Native Corporation.

“Small business” or SBE Certification

The Small Business Administration (SBA) makes a formal determination of whether or not a business is small. The SBA’s size standards determine whether or not a business qualifies as small.

  • Arctic Testing & Inspection
  • BCSS
  • D. Zelinsky & Sons
  • D2 (Squared) Industrial Services
  • EQM Services
  • FDT Structural Specialties
  • FDT Water Infrastructure
  • Hudspeth & Associates
  • Mavo Concrete Sawing Services
  • National Environmental Group
  • Niles Construction Services
  • USCF
DBE Certification (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise)

The DBE Certification is a program managed by the Department of Transportation for small and disadvantaged businesses.

  • Arctic Testing & Inspection
  • BCSS
  • D. Zelinsky & Sons
  • D2 (Squared) Industrial Services
  • EQM Services
  • FDT Structural Specialties
  • FDT Water Infrastructure
  • Hudspeth & Associates
  • Mavo Concrete Sawing Services
  • National Environmental Group
  • Niles Construction Services
  • USCF
8(a) Certification

(8a) is an ownership/diversity certification sponsored by the Small Business Association (SBA). This certification is intended for organizations that are owned and controlled at least 51% by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.

  • BCSS     NAICS – 238910 (Site Preparation Contractors)
  • EQM Services     NAICS – 562910 (Remediation Services)
  • FDT Structural Specialties     NAICS – 238110 (Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors)
  • FDT Water Infrastructure     NAICS – (Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction)
  • RSI Services     NAICS – 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services)
  • USCF     NAICS – 336611 (Ship Building and Repairing)
Certifications
03 | Diversity Procurement

Diversity procurement tools

Ian Broste - Business Development Director ( Diversity Programs )

Ian Broste serves as the Business Development Director – Diversity Programs for ASRC Industrial. Broste acts as the company liaison for external diversity programs and works with external stakeholders to share the benefits of working with companies that have Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Small Business Enterprise (SBE), and 8(a) status. In his role, he also oversees ASRC Industrial’s external representation at diversity-related events, tradeshows, open houses and projects.

Broste originally joined the company at Petrochem, an ASRC Industrial company, in January 2012, before transitioning to ASRC Industrial in January 2018 as the Business Development Manager. Prior to ASRC Industrial, Ian worked as a Business Development Intern at ASRC Industrial’s sister company, ASRC Federal and a Risk Management Intern at our parent company Arctic Slope Regional Corporation in Anchorage.

Ian holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Marketing from California State University, Chico and a Minor in Business Sustainability.

Ian Broste | Business Development Director – Diversity Programs
ASRC Industrial Services | ANC Owned – MBE
Cell: (707) 561-2255
ian.broste@asrcindustrial.com

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