Including Alaska, there are currently 565 federally-recognized tribes in the United States.

Pimmex General Contracting works regularly with some of the largest Tribal communities in the Southwest including the Navajo, Ak Chin, Hopi, Mohave, Apache, Tohono O’odham, Gila River Indian Community, and Yavapai. Pimmex is able to serve all federally-recognized tribes in the United States.

Pimmex General Contracting understands the unique contracting process when working in Tribal Country and abides by all federal and governmental regulations.

Building the best in Tribal Country

Federally-recognized refers specifically to those American Indian tribes recognized by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for certain administrative purposes. Being federally recognized by the U.S. government is of utmost importance to an Indian tribe and its enrolled members because federal recognition validates their tribal sovereignty, and helps them qualify for special federal and state programs, funding and social services.


Your Tribal Council

Whether you have a band leader, chairperson, chairman, president, chief, governor or spokesperson, Pimmex works closely with your Tribal leadership to understand their priorities and establish expectations from the very beginning, because all parties involved have needs to be met. Working with Pimmex makes building in Tribal Country a partnership experience.

Grow your community with one great team.

Look to Pimmex to build everything, including golf courses, shopping centers, medical and dental clinics, fire and police stations, public schools and early education centers, museums, and even luxury housing.