The Cherokee Nation has, by far, the largest and most progressive Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) program in Indian Country, according to Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden.
Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering Demonstrates Exponential Growth in Federal & Tribal Spaces
In 2015, Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering (A+E) generated about $1 million in annual revenue. “This year, we’ll probably do close to $8 million,” Jeremy Berg, managing director at Seven Generations A+E, LLC, told Native Business Magazine.
Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering—founded in 2012 by Mno-Bmadsen, the non-gaming investment arm of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians—has teamed up with WholeTrees, a national leader in the engineering of round timber.
Poised to capitalize on Milwaukee’s economic boon is Greenfire Management Services, a Potawatomi construction management firm.
Indigenous architect Douglas Cardinal approaches every building as a spiritual assignment. He designs spaces that reflect the natural landscape, often with curvilinear form, and aboriginal values and culture.