The Tepa Companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians. They deliver comprehensive and sustainable solutions to federal, state, local and private-sector clients throughout the United States. The tribally-owned companies work independently and collaboratively to provide wide-ranging services to the construction, environmental consulting, technology and fueling system services industries.
The Tribe established Tepa EC as the first Tepa Company and entered the federal marketplace during the military construction surge that resulted from the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commission report. The Tepa Companies expanded over the next four years to better serve a growing list of clients. The Companies diversified their business offerings by adding an environmental consulting firm in 2009, a technology company in 2012 and bulk fuel storage facilities company in 2016.
The Tepa Companies are located in California, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri and Texas.
*Tribally-owned 8(a) small businesses
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians is a Lower 48 Tribe based in Northern California, east of the Coastal Range in what is now known as Tehama and Glenn counties. The Tribe actively supports its members and surrounding residents through diversified business holdings and contributions to community organizations from the Rolling Hills Casino Foundation. In addition to the construction, environmental consulting, technology and fueling systems services businesses owned through Tepa, the Tribe owns the Rolling Hills Casino, The Links at Rolling Hills golf course and an equestrian event center in Corning, California.