Catawba Engineering and Environmental Services forms Catawba D&Z joint venture with Day & Zimmermann’s Maintenance and Construction Group

Photo caption:  (R-L) Steve Shirley, DZMC government operations vice president; Ronnie Beck, Catawba Corporations CEO; and Kevin Butterfield, DZMC government operations market leader, gather on the Catawba Reservation in front of the Catawba River in Rock Hill, S.C. Rock Hill, S.C. — As part of continuing efforts to create economic...

DOE Awards Technical Assistance Contracts for EM Field Sites and Task Order 1 for EM-Los Alamos Field Office

Cincinnati – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management (EM) awarded seven multiple-award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for the Technical Assistance Contracts for EM Field Sites (Site TACs).  The contracts will have a maximum ordering limitation of $120 Million over five years.  Firm-Fixed-Price and Time-and-Material (T&M) Task...

The Catawba General Council Approves Digital Economic Zone in Catawba Lands.

Set to Change the Digital Asset Management and Fintech Industries. Rock Hill, South Carolina - The Catawba’s General Council voted to pass legislation to allow the establishment of a new digital special economic zone, the Green Earth Zone (GEZ), which is poised to become one of the most important jurisdictions...

Catawba Corporations celebrates … Native American Heritage Month

yeh is-WAH h’reh People of the River The Catawba Indians have lived on their ancestral lands along the banks of the Catawba River dating back at least 6000 years. Before contact with the Europeans it is believed that the Nation inhabited most of the Piedmont area of South Carolina, North Carolina...

Purses and Pearls

The ongoing pandemic has certainly caused many industries to struggle, but the non-profit sector was hit especially hard. Without in person events, many organizations have struggled to raise much needed money for their cause. So, when it came time for the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Purses and Pearls Committee...

Catawba University

In home offices, on kitchen tables, and couches across the region a small group of dedicated people have spent the last year helping Catawba Corporations grow. With more contracts, more employees, and additional companies, CaCorp (as it’s known by those on the inside) is poised to continue its growth into...

Welcome to The Team

Catawba Corporations is proud to welcome our new interns, Blake Beck and Sierra Harris! Blake and Sierra are enrolled citizens of the Catawba Nation. Catawba Corporations has partnered with the Catawba Nations “On the Job Training” program to provide exceptional applicants from the Catawba Nation the training and opportunity to be successful in their future endeavors....

Growing From Within

Catawba Corporations believes providing our staff and interns with the tools they need to succeed is vital to our growth as a company and growing our staff from within. We provide many educational opportunities throughout the year to motivated individuals seeking to broaden their knowledge. Below is a recent experience from our intern, Blake Beck, on attending the SBA Virtual Conference: ...

Purses and Pearls

Celebrating Women By Angel Orenstein   On a hot summer day, the ladies of Catawba Corporations donned their face masks, a string of pearls, and headed to Clinton, TN for the inaugural Purses and Pearls event. There, in a hall lined with fabulous purses and other auction items from local businesses, female business leaders...

Oak Ridge Office Opening

New Regional Office Catawba Corporations is already moving to expand their base of operations. The company’s headquarters will remain on the tribe’s reservation in Rock Hill, South Carolina, but a new regional office will expand Catawba Corporations’ reach into the government contracting arena.   Oak Ridge, Tennessee has been a center of...