As an Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC), North Island entered the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Mentor/Protégé program in 2007 and chose Centennial Contractors Enterprises (Centennial) as a mentor to aid in the development of formal processes and procedures; identify, recruit, hire, and retain qualified personnel; and to joint venture on construction job orders, IDIQs, multiple award contracts, and select lump-sum projects.  The relationship also secured financial and bonding support for these requirements and provided referrals and references for subcontractor resources, banking, bonding, risk management, and human resources.

Over the past 20+ years, Centennial has worked with owners, architects, and engineers through IDIQ programs to construct or renovate more than 300 million square feet of educational facility space; office space; sports facilities; monuments; historical sites and housing units; military, dining, and training facilities; hospitals; and industrial space; including large-scale construction, construction management and design-build projects. Centennial has offices in over 30 locations nationwide. Centennial’s contracts involve renovation, alteration, construction and repair-type projects requiring the management of multiple subcontractors on a wide variety of trades on multiple projects simultaneously. Centennial management and project controls have been developed over the course of completing more than 20,000 orders worth more than $2 billion on over 100 job order contracts (JOC) and IDIQ contracts. This specialization has helped Centennial to refine their management tools, systems, and procedures to meet the ever-changing needs of JOC customers and the end users.