Grose Construction currently provides an array of construction, remediation, environmental compliance, surveying, and engineering to a number of federal customers. Like all Midi Enterprises companies, we are business development specialists. Grose can capture, staff, and manage federal contracts in virtually any line of business in any location.
The SBA 8(a) Business Development Program helps socially and economically disadvantaged companies gain experience in the federal marketplace. 8(a)-certified companies are eligible for valuable federal contracts that are set aside solely for them. Because 8(a) contracts are set aside, the pool of applicants for them is severely restricted and the chance of successful capture significantly increased. Strategic partnerships with 8(a) companies may take the form of joint ventures, subcontracts, and mentor-protégé relationships. In all cases, these partnerships afford non-8(a) partners – including large businesses – access to 8(a) set-aside contracts from which they would otherwise be excluded.
Yes, although the specific benefits depend on the nature of the partnership. For federal and commercial contracting partnerships, the primary benefit derives from Grose’s ability to parlay its tribal tax exemptions into highly competitive bid pricing. For partnerships in commercial acquisitions, the reduced tax burden experienced by companies acquired by Sinew results in enhanced profitability, competitiveness, and market position.
Grose belongs to the Midi Enterprises family of companies, which has been continuously owned and operated by the MHA Nation since 1990. In that time, Midi has expanded its operations from its Fort Berthold Indian Reservation headquarters into 28 states, the District of Columbia, and locations abroad. Midi has won numerous awards for excellence and entrepreneurial success from a variety of organizations including, on multiple occasions, the U.S. Small Business Administration.