Nicole Foxx, Director of Business Development at Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering, will be attending the National 8(a) Association 2018 Small Business Conference in Nashville, Tennessee this coming Tuesday through Thursday. The conference is “the premier supplier diversity networking event for small businesses.” It will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center.
Through Nicole, we hope to link up with other Architecture and Engineering companies in order to initiate a conversation about potential teaming partners. She will be joined by John Witte who is the Practice Lead at WBK Engineering, a civil engineering company that is also part of the Mno-Bmadsen family. WBK is a frequent teaming partner of Seven Generations.
Seven Generations is offering a Request for Qualifications (which you can find here) in order to streamline the matchmaking process between us and potential teaming partners. You can find Nicole Foxx and John Witte at the 2018 National 8(a) Small Business Conference next week to learn about current and future opportunities of working together.
About Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering
Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering is a tribally owned, 8(a) and HUBZone Certified company with more than 75 years of combined experience in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction. Built on the tribal belief that today’s generation is responsible for the prosperity of future generations, Seven Generations AE delivers a tradition of sustainable solutions inspired by indigenous planning and building orientation.
Seven Generations and WBK are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Mno-Bmadsen, the investment enterprise of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. The name Mno-Bmadsen literally means “walking the good path.” we are proud to carry on a culture that values enduring environmental stewardship.