ChemTrack Security Team

ChemTrack Alaska, Inc

We are an Alaskan 8(a) Woman Owned Environmental Engineering and Construction Company.

ChemTrack specializes in construction, environmental engineering and remediation services.  ChemTrack is located in Anchorage, AK. 

ChemTrack developed from an Alaskan construction company founded by Sig Jokiel in 1973 into an environmental services and engineering company in 1985, when Chuck Ronan joined the company. In 2008, Carrie Jokiel, who had been working at ChemTrack since 2002, joined as a partner adding expertise in business administration and project management. In May of 2010, Carrie Jokiel became the majority owner of ChemTrack Alaska, Inc. In May of 2015, Chuck Ronan left the company to pursue other endeavors.

For over four decades, ChemTrack has successfully completed projects for private business and government/military clients including: US Air Force, AFCEE, Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC), US Army Public Works, US Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Indian Health Service (IHS), Alaska Army National Guard (AKARNG), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), UNOCAL, ARCO, BP, Exxon, Jacobs Engineering Group, Dames & Moore, Ch2M Hill, IT/OHM and numerous local and statewide businesses. 

ChemTrack was awarded an Emergency response Basic Ordering Agreement (BOAs) with the Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG)in April of 2012. This award allows us to provide for the containment cleanup and/or to mitigate the harmful effects of oil spills and hazardous substance incidents all over the State of Alaska.


Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

During the Exxon Valdez Cleanup we built, patented and operated 12 Omni-Sweeps (shoreline cleanup systems consisting of remote-controlled, barge-mounted 100-ft. articulating spray arms using heated, pressurized sea water).  Patent No. 5,045,217. This is one example of ChemTrack’s culture where we approach issues with innovative solutions.

We operated and maintained 12 individual barges cleaning otherwise inaccessible shorelines in Prince William Sound, including fuel transfer, crew changes, training, health and safety procedures, and maintaining 48 each 6 million BTU oil-fired boiler units. 

This was a 24/7 operation employing 250 workers for a period of six months to clean crude oil from contaminated shorelines in an approximately 2,500 square mile area of Prince William Sound.


Marketing Brochures - in PDF Format

Enviro SOQ
Construction SOQ
Pigging SOQ
Geoprobe Drilling
Site Assessment Real Estate Flyer
Helical Pier
SBA Releases Final Women-Owned Small Business Rule


Press Release

SBA Releases Final Women-Owned Small Business Rule to Expand Access to Federal Contracting Opportunities



In Anchorage call (907) 349-2511 or toll free 1-800-770-2512 FAX (907) 522-3150
11711 South Gambell Street • Anchorage, AK 99515 • email