Great Plains Bureau of Indian Affairs awards orders to Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering
The Great Plains Bureau of Indian Affairs has awarded three task orders on their Great Plains IDIQ contract to Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering.
Located in Kalamazoo, MI, Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering will be involved in the design of upgrades at nine agency buildings though out the Great Plains. The Agency buildings include:
- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pine Ridge, South Dakota
- Rosebud Indian Reservation, Rosebud, South Dakota
- Standing Rock Indian Reservation, Fort Yates, North Dakota
- Winnebago Indian Reservation, Winnebago, Nebraska
- Turtle Mountain Agency, Belcourt, North Dakota
- Fort Totten Agency, Fort Totten, North Dakota
- Yankton Agency, Wagner South Dakota
- Lower Brule Agency, Lower Brule, South Dakota
- Fort Berthold, Fort Berthold North Dakota
“We are very excited about these projects," said Jeremy Berg, Managing Director of Seven Generations A+E, “As part of Mno-Bmadsen, the Business Development entity of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, this project lives at the intersection of tribal and federal work—two of our core market sectors.”
Troy Clay, CEO of Mno-Bmadsen echoed the excitement for the projects. “We are grateful to work with the Bureau of Indian Affairs on improving facilities for sovereign Native American Tribes. We look forward to bringing our tribal background and cultural expertise to the projects.”
Work on the project will begin in October, and is expected to be completed in spring of 2017.