ARS International is an Alaskan Native Limited Liability Company, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) and is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Aleut Corporation (TAC), one of the 13 Regional Alaskan Native Corporations.
Mr. Coleman possesses over 30 years of technical experience in the management of multimillion-dollar projects in radiological remediation, characterization, and laboratory operations. Currently, as the President of ARS, he is the principal-in-charge of all company activities including finance, infrastructure (HR, inventory management), deployment of resources, contracts and procurement, client relations, and technical management. He is highly experienced in all elements of delivering on large-scale projects and frequently acts as the executive point of contact for large-scale projects further demonstrating his commitment to the projects and corporate success. He possesses 15+ years of experience in subcontract and contractor management, including staffing companies, laboratories, IT service companies, and supply chain vendors. Mr. Coleman earned a Bachelor of Science in Radiation Protection, is a graduate of the US Navy Nuclear Power/Prototype School, and holds NRRPT and OHST Certifications. He is frequently called on to provide emergency deployment support for environmental and hazard clean-up operations as well as supporting emergency disaster support.
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Construction & Healthcare
Vice President of Remediation, Technical & Laboratory Services
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ARS International is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Aleut Corporation
The Aleut Corporation is committed to promoting economic, cultural, and social growth for its shareholders through its subsidiaries, partnerships and foundation. As an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), The Aleut Corporation is one of the thirteen regional Native corporations established in 1971 under the terms of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). The Aleut Corporation received a settlement of $19.5 million, 66,000 acres of surface lands, and 1.572 million acres of subsurface estate.