Chahta Holding Group Company Profile
Chahta Holding Group (CHG) is an entity of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBCI) whose purpose is to provide one organization for all contracting needs of our clients. CHG is a holding group only, whose board of directors oversees the business of the subsidiaries, and who offers a full-service company with expertise in project management and development, electrical, design/build, Cyber Security training, and new construction..
The CHG family of businesses includes the following Tribally Owned subsidiaries: Choctaw Electrical, Incorporated (CEI); Choctaw Ikhana, Incorporated; Chahta Services Incorporated (CSI), and IKBI, Incorporated. The Choctaw family of construction firms has earned a reputation for delivering high quality PERFORMANCE - including logistical sophistication, resource management, and tight controls. We embrace this recognition and make overwhelming strides to improve an already flawless record.
CHG, Incorporated management and support teams are geared to consistently complete high-quality projects on time and within budget. Our strength is drawn from an impressive team of highly skilled, professional managers and supervisors. This experience continues to bring success to CHG, Inc. and the clients we serve.
Quality work, safety, superior client relations, and outstanding team rapport are essential components that will lead CHG, Inc. into the future. Our philosophy is often summarized as our dedication to "Building Vision/Building Relationships". We, at CHG, Inc. feel that an open relationship promotes a successful project.
Our business is about the enduring functionality of the facilities that we produce and their efficient use. The smooth creation of the final product is important to every CHG, Inc. employee. With more than 150 years of combined knowledge and experience, we take great pride in our core management team. These members contribute technology, techniques, and hands-on experience from a wide variety of areas that include government, public works, and private owner projects in remote and urban sites.