Tribal Nations

At Wilson & Company, diversity is our strength. Many employees are members of the Navajo Nation, Pueblo of Isleta, Acoma Pueblo, Pueblo of Laguna, and the Pueblo of Santo Domingo. This connection underscores our commitment to fostering meaningful relationships and contributing positively to the communities we serve.

Our approach is rooted in respect for traditions and a keen awareness of expectations throughout every phase of project delivery. We recognize the significance of preserving cultural heritage while advancing infrastructure development. What sets us apart is our intimate familiarity with the physical and cultural landscape surrounding tribal nations.

Our experience working with and alongside Native American tribes, agencies, and entities to develop safe and efficient infrastructure solutions. We understand processes that often require government or tribal council review and approval, as well as coordination with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and other partnering agencies.

Our team has honed its expertise in transportation planning, roadway design, drainage systems, and construction-related services. Our commitment to excellence extends to New Mexico, Arizona, and Oklahoma, where we proudly support and collaborate with Native American communities, including pueblos, reservations, and tribal organizations. Through a close partnership, we address challenges head-on and engineer innovative solutions that align with the distinctive requirements of each community.

Wilson & Company has provided services to Native American clients, including Acoma Pueblo, Ak-Chin, Apache Tribe, Buffalo Springs Navajo Chapter, Cochiti Pueblo, Isleta Pueblo, Jemez Pueblo, Jicarilla Apache Tribe, Laguna Pueblo, Mescalero Apache Tribe, Naschitti Navajo Chapter, Navajo Nation, Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA), Newcombe Navajo Chapter, Ohkay Owingeh, Pojoaque Pueblo, Ramah Navajo Chapter, San Felipe Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, San Juan Pueblo, Sandia Pueblo, Santa Ana Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, Santo Domingo Pueblo, Sheep Springs Navajo Chapter, Shiprock Navajo Chapter, Taos Pueblo, Tohatchi Navajo Chapter, Twin Lakes Navajo Chapter, Zia Pueblo, and Zuni Pueblo.

Our services include:

  • Roadway and bridge design
  • Land development
  • Long-Range Transportation Plans (LRTP)
  • Drainage master plans, studies, and design
  • Railroad engineering and coordination
  • Survey and mapping
  • Traffic studies and analyses
  • Water and wastewater design
  • Architectural services
  • Construction-related services
  • Training
  • Project and/or program management
  • RIFDS inventory
  • Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) development
  • Road safety audits
  • Construction contract/RFP support


Navajo Nation Long Range Transportation Plan

Littlewater Chapter House Road

Littlewater Chapter House Road

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