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Brice Engineering LLC is an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) 8(a) and a proud subsidiary of the Calista Corporation, one of 13 Alaska Native Regional Corporations established in 1971 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Our focus is on performing programs and projects for services including a wide array of construction and environmental consulting, and professional and technical services including: environmental consulting and remediation services; permitting; strategic planning; project design; design-build; construction; engineering; civil and structural services; and management.

As a self-performing contractor, Brice will leverage our 55-year history with over 97 staff located in four offices in Alaska, Hawaii and the Pacific Islands; $35M inventory of heavy equipment, barges and aircraft; and government-approved management systems to deliver cost-effective, low-risk performance to clients. We have $85M in bonding capacity and have worked in remote locations throughout Alaska, including the Aleutian Islands and North Slope, and at 11 islands throughout the Pacific and Asia, including Hawaii, Wake Island and Diego Garcia, as well as in many of the Lower 48 states.

As a subsidiary within the $400M+ Calista Corporation with more than 13,000 shareholders and assets nationally, Brice is a highly stable company with long-term goals. We leverage the capabilities of our sister companies in Calista and are continually investing in systems and best practices to increase quality and productivity, greatly enhancing our competitive position in the business market. We have increased our geographic footprint throughout the Pacific to support current and new work, and are leveraging our marine capabilities and familiarity with the Defense Base Act to support work on Wake Island and other Pacific islands.

Performance and client satisfaction are our goals, and we value the commendations and awards our clients bestow. Our project teams have the proven performance and expertise to provide our public and private sector clients with the most reliable program and project resources capable of delivering safe, budget conscious, high quality work.

Our door is always open and we would be privileged to share our detailed capabilities and resources available to serve your needs.

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Brice Engineering Special ANC 8(a) Advantages

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Brice Engineering is certified by the SBA as an Alaska Native Corporation 8(a), offering significant advantages to government contracting agencies. These special contracting provisions include $20 million limit sole source 8(a) contracts, 8(a) set-aside competitive advantages, expedited A-76 authority and 5 percent bonus for DoD contractors that subcontract with Native American-owned firms. Other 8(a) firms may not receive sole source contracts in excess of $3.5 million for construction services.

Specific to U.S. government contracting officers, language within the Defense Appropriations Act states that a command does not have to go through the A-76 process, but may transact a direct conversion of that function to a private contractor, regardless of the number of civilian employees, if the command contracts with a firm that is 51 percent or more Native American-owned, so long as the conversion is cost-effective.

As a participant of the DoD Native Incentive Program, and pursuant to statutory language and implementing regulations, a DoD prime contractor that subcontracts with a firm that is 51 percent or more Native American-owned is entitled to receive a rebate equal to 5 percent of the amount of the subcontract award.

Brice maintains a strong financial position both with project capital and surety support sufficient to effectively manage and execute a single project, or robust IDIQ or MATOC programs. Our current surety program has an $85M aggregate and $50M single contract capacity.

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Brice Engineering Special ANC 8(a) Advantages

home-2Brice Engineering Special ANC 8(a) Advantages

Brice Engineering is certified by the SBA as an Alaska Native Corporation 8(a), offering significant advantages to government contracting agencies. These special contracting provisions include $20 million limit sole source 8(a) contracts, 8(a) set-aside competitive advantages, expedited A-76 authority and 5 percent bonus for DoD contractors that subcontract with Native American-owned firms. Other 8(a) firms may not receive sole source contracts in excess of $3.5 million for construction services.

Specific to U.S. government contracting officers, language within the Defense Appropriations Act states that a command does not have to go through the A-76 process, but may transact a direct conversion of that function to a private contractor, regardless of the number of civilian employees, if the command contracts with a firm that is 51 percent or more Native American-owned, so long as the conversion is cost-effective.

As a participant of the DoD Native Incentive Program, and pursuant to statutory language and implementing regulations, a DoD prime contractor that subcontracts with a firm that is 51 percent or more Native American-owned is entitled to receive a rebate equal to 5 percent of the amount of the subcontract award.

Brice maintains a strong financial position both with project capital and surety support sufficient to effectively manage and execute a single project, or robust IDIQ or MATOC programs. Our current surety program has an $85M aggregate and $50M single contract capacity.

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