Canadian Partnerships with Indigenous Peoples
This is reflected in several formal business partnerships that emphasize business-based relationships, employment opportunities, training, and capacity building. Tetra Tech has several major indigenous partnerships in Canada. This work is part of our global commitment to working with Indigenous Peoples, including a record of successful partnerships with Native Hawaiian and Native American tribes.
Kiggiak-EBA Consulting Ltd.
Kiggiak-EBA Consulting Ltd. (Kiggiak-EBA) is an Inuvialuit-owned company, incorporated in 2002 and based in Inuvik and Calgary. The company is a partnership between Moe Hansen and Tetra Tech (formerly EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.).
Nehtruh–EBA Consulting Ltd.
Nehtruh-EBA Consulting Ltd. (Nehtruh-EBA) is a Gwich’in-owned company, incorporated in 2002 and based in Aklavik, Northwest Territories. The company is a partnership between Shamrock/Tomahawk Ltd. and Tetra Tech (formerly EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.). Shamrock/Tomahawk is owned and directed by Charles Furlong, a former Chief of the Aklavik Indian Band and mayor of Aklavik.
NELPCo: A Yukon First Nations-owned Tetra Tech Partnership
NELPCo is a partnership between the Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Development Corporation (NND-DC) and Tetra Tech Canada Inc. (Tetra Tech) and is recognized as an Aboriginal Business by the governments of Canada and the Yukon. NELPCo provides engineering and environmental services to both public and private sector clients focusing on mining, energy, community infrastructure, transportation, and development market sectors.