North America’s Native Nations have long been recognized as having distinct self-governance, political, economic, and community development objectives. Despite each nation’s unique status, they each face the common challenge of providing adequate, efficient infrastructure that serves the needs of their communities’ residents. In a time of financial resource challenges, many Native Nations struggle to effectively serve community needs across their often expansive geographic areas.
BHI’s staff, serving communities across the Southwest, focuses on maximizing Native American tribes’ and pueblos’ ability to provide services to their members. We provide professionally-engineered solutions in the areas of drainage, transportation, water systems, and other civil infrastructure design, in addition to land survey and mapping services. We are experienced in working with tribal councils to identify feasible project alternatives. BHI has built powerful relationships with Native Nations so that their communities — both large and small — can obtain the benefits of sustainable, cost-effective infrastructure solutions.
Recent Client Solutions
- Zuni Water & Wastewater Infrastructure
- Pueblo of Isleta Elementary School
- Navajo Nation Justice Centers
- US 491 Location Study – Navajo 9 to Shiprock
- IHS On-Call Engineering Services