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About Us

The SES group consists of wholly owned BBNC subsidiaries, which are marketed under the SES group of companies:

Our companies’ proficiencies are in civil and infrastructure engineering, design, and construction; fuel systems construction, maintenance and repair; and a broad range of environmental services including investigation, remediation, restoration, compliance, pollution prevention, and a full range of NEPA and Natural Resource/Ecological services. For over a quarter of a century the personnel associated with each SES company have been providing government and private clients with systematic approaches to provide cost-effective, innovative, and sustainable solutions. A history of high client retention and repeat business is testimony to a reputation held by the SES group for quality, consistency, and dependability.

The SES group is headquartered in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, with additional offices throughout the South. We establish temporary site support offices as needed to service our clients nationwide and overseas.

Mission and Values

Our mission is to remain a profitable revenue stream for our Native American shareholders while observing the following core values:

    • Excellence — Exceed all our customers’ expectations
    • Integrity — Always do the right thing for the right reason
    • Respect  Treat everyone with uncompromising respect and fairness
    • Responsibility  We are responsible to fulfill our commitments to our shareholders, customers, and employees
    • Commitment  Achieve peak business performance and maximize profitability 
Our vision is to provide excellent products and services while remaining responsive to our clients’ requirements and project needs.

All our companies are subsidiaries of Bristol Bay Native Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation with operations in government services, construction, industrial services and tourism.

Established through the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA), Bristol Bay Native Corporation works to ensure the continuation of the life and culture of more than 10,000 shareholders—the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut Natives of Southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay region.

To learn more about Bristol Bay Native Corporation, visit bbnc.net.