St. George Consulting

Construction expertise from a 30-year industry veteran

Jim St. George applies common sense and innovative thinking to complex infrastructure construction projects in the State of Alaska.


Gained from 30 years of managing projects totaling hundreds of millions of dollars, his expertise helps companies work safely, efficiently and productively.

Jim offers consulting services for infrastructure and energy projects

Power plants

Tank farms

Wind projects

Powerline interties

Mine development

Ultra remote site pioneering

Geotechnical solutions

Personnel deployment

Aviation supported projects

Jim’s expertise helps companies anticipate and face the challenges of the State of Alaska

Complex geotechnical site development

Winter logistical and project support

River and coastal logistical support

Logistics—barging and equipment transport

Set up and execution of work in remote areas

Permitting and compliance

Jim’s practical approach and deep understanding of the issues benefit

Native corporations

Mining and prospecting companies


Natural resource companies

About Jim St. George


Jim founded and guided two companies that specialize in rural Alaska construction projects and construction equipment—STG Incorporated and Alaska Crane, Ltd. Both are now subsidiaries of Calista Corporation, an Alaska Native Regional Corporation. After the purchase of his companies, he joined Calista’s executive team and served as Director of Business Development, overseeing the development of the Donlin Gold project. He is a board member and the current president of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska. Jim lives in Anchorage with his wife, Sandy. They have two adult sons—a writer and an engineer.

Jim’s network of connections—and understanding of how to get work done in remote areas of the state—offer value that only comes from extensive, hands-on experience.


Engaging Jim can be done on a retainer, contractual, or hourly basis. He can be reached through the contact form below.

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