Alaska Hotel & Restaurant Employees Pension Trust, Anchorage, hired real estate managers AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust and Washington Capital Management to run a combined $13 million, according to a source close to the fund. The $166 million Taft-Hartley fund increased its real estate exposure to 10% from 1%. Funding came from terminating State Street Global Advisors, which ran a Lehman Brothers Aggregate bond index fund; the assets size was not available. Wurts & Associates assisted. Bruce Eliasen, senior fund officer for Alaska Hotel, did not return repeated calls for comment.