Tribal

We see our work on a range of projects for our neighbors in Indian Country as more than just a job. It's a chance to to provide opportunities for the Tribal community.

Working on tribal land requires an understanding of the cultural tradition and history of the Native American community. Over the years, we have developed productive and long-lasting relationships with several Native American tribes that have resulted in them allowing our teams to help them build their communities. We take great pride in this work; not only in the buildings we construct, but the contributions we are able to make to tribal communities in terms of providing opportunities for tribal members. We see this as a key part of a project's success when working in Indian Country. Over the years, we have been privileged enough to build schools, medical facilities, community centers, child care facilities, and casinos for a number of different tribes.

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Muckleshoot Tribal Elders Center

This facility provides amenity space for tribal elders and gathering space for the Muckleshoot community. Click for more information. 

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“BNB has been working for the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe since 2004. They’ve been instrumental in assisting us with developing reliable early budgets in the schematic design phase and then helping us hold those commitment through to the project’s completion.”

 

Angelica Roberts, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe