CIRI: an Alaska Native regional corporation and world-class leader in business
Proudly owned by more than 8,500 Alaska Native shareholders, Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) is one of a dozen regional corporations created by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. Today, CIRI is recognized as a model of success, with business interests across Alaska and around the world. Every decision we make is guided by our reason for being: to provide economic, social and cultural benefits to current and future generations of shareholders.
CIRI’s financial strength and expertise promotes the success of joint ventures. Our ability, desire and commitment to seizing opportunities that spur growth, create jobs and contribute to local economies has made us an ideal and sought-after business partner.
CIRI approaches business with a philosophy of respect, honesty and working together to overcome challenges—values that our people have nurtured for thousands of years.
Smart, Diverse Partnership Opportunities
From energy development to construction services, tourism and hospitality to real estate, CIRI’s continued growth lies in its dozens of ventures in a variety of industries—opportunities made successful by the hard work and ingenuity of our people and partners.
CIRI’s well-diversified portfolio of business operations and investments includes:
- Energy Development
- Oilfield and Construction Services
- Real Estate
- Tourism & Hospitality
- Government Contracting