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  • CCRC awarded contract by Washington Headquarters Services
    CCRC awarded contract by Washington Headquarters Services
    TULSA, Okla – Cherokee CRC, a division of Cherokee Nation Businesses, is one of five companies chosen to perform work on a 5-year contract for remodeling and renovations at several facilities managed by the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS).

    The multi-disciplined construction project has the potential to produce $60 million in revenue for the tribal enterprise throughout the duration of the contract.

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  • Cherokee CRC recognized by U.S. Department of Commerce
    Cherokee CRC recognized by U.S. Department of Commerce
    TULSA, Okla – Cherokee CRC was recently named Minority Construction Firm of the Year by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency.

    The company was recognized during the 2013 National Minority Enterprise Development Week for its leadership and commitment in advancing the minority business community.

    Photo courtesy of US Department of Commerce

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  • CNB executive receives 2013 Fifty Making a Difference award
    CNB executive receives 2013 Fifty Making a Difference award
    TULSA, Okla. – The Journal Record has selected its honorees for the 2013 Fifty Making a Difference award, honoring the influence of women in the workforce and community. Among this year’s honorees is Cherokee Nation Businesses’ Cheryl Cohenour, president of Cherokee CRC.

    Since joining forces with Cherokee Nation Businesses in 2006, Cohenour has played a vital role in the development of the tribe’s diversified portfolio within the environmental and construction industries.

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  • CCRC named Construction Contractor of the Year
    CCRC named Construction Contractor of the Year
    TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee CRC (CCRC) was named Construction Contractor of the Year during Oklahoma Minority Enterprise Development Week. The celebration of success for minority entrepreneurs was coordinated by REI Native American Business Centers.

    “This award is a great acknowledgment of our commitment to excellence,” said Cheryl Cohenour, president of Cherokee CRC. “It is rewarding to receive an honor that speaks so highly about the achievement of our employees, our company and the Cherokee Nation.”

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  • CCRC works with city of Tulsa to ensure water quality standards
    CCRC works with city of Tulsa to ensure water quality standards
    TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee CRC is working with the City of Tulsa Stormwater Drainage and Vegetation Management Division to ensure the quality of Tulsa’s sub-watersheds meets the Oklahoma Resources Board’s water quality standards.

    The contract between CCRC and the city is for one year with four yearly options for renewal. CCRC is currently in the first renewal option.

    Under the contract, CCRC is working to develop and manage a comprehensive Watershed Characterization Program as defined in the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality’s Permit OKS000201.

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  • CCRC provides hazardous waste collection in Claremore
    CCRC provides hazardous waste collection in Claremore
    TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee CRC recently worked with the city of Claremore on a public household hazardous waste collection event.

    This event was free to Claremore residents and provided them with an opportunity to properly dispose of common household pollutants. Proper disposal of these items is essential to protect the environment and prevent the contamination of natural resources.

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  • CCRC lands $3.5 million contract with the EPA
    CCRC lands $3.5 million contract with the EPA
    TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee CRC was recently awarded a contract to provide facility services and security at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Center in Ada, Okla.

    The contract calls for operations and maintenance of the research center, which houses the Ground Water and Ecosystem Restoration Division of the National Risk Management Research Laboratory.

  • CCRC awarded $25.1 million contract with BIA
    CCRC awarded $25.1 million contract with BIA
    TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee CRC LLC has been awarded a contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the construction of two dormitories at Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, Okla.

    The BIA contract is for $25,169,063.09 over a 20-month performance period. Cherokee CRC will provide construction management and oversight, quality control, safety and project management.

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Environmental

 
The Cherokee CRC Environmental Division utilizes a team of experts who are experienced in providing innovative and comprehensive solutions.

The Environmental Services team includes environmental professionals composed of managers, scientists, engineers, geologist, and technicians who are all degreed and maintain their professional registrations, certifications and training.

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Construction


The Cherokee CRC Construction Division offers general contracting, design-build, and construction management services.

The Construction Division aligns designers, engineers, contractors, and other specialists to meet each project’s goals and standards.

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Professional


The Cherokee CRC Professional Services Division is experienced in providing Program/Project/Facilities Management.

The Professional Services team is also skilled in supporting technical, research and development, administrative, engineering, acquisition, and procurement needs.

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