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Building the bridge: CIIC Conference sets sights on university program

MEETING OF THE MINDS: Jeff Ehret interviews CIIC founders Jefferson Begay and Urban L. Giff during the 2013 conference opening.

Entering its 11th year, Arizona State University’s Construction in Indian Country conference is a means to recruit prospective Native American construction students, educate local tribes and foster industry connections. It is also a key contributor to the CIIC endowment, which has raised $400,000 and put 14 students through the construction management program at ASU.

Arizona's Indian Tribes Expand Reservation Services

Sky Ute Casino - AZRE Magazine September/October 2010
by in Economic Development

Indian Country construction boasts a variety of projects as Arizona’s Indian tribes expand reservation services In September 1970, the Gila River Indian Reservation finished the first phase of construction of a $1M career center at Sacaton. It’s taken some time, but since then, much has been built on Indian reservations in Arizona — and the… Read More →