WBK is a part of the Bodwé Professional Services Group and is the wholly-owned by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. As a tribally-owned 8(a) small business, we offer the advantage of procurement flexibility and expanded expertise to deliver projects to Federal clients. Our work across the Bodwé portfolio encompasses over $125 million in contracts across multiple agencies.
WBK Engineering has been providing engineering services to public and private sector clients for decades. Since joining the Bodwé family of companies, our staff has expanded to provide services to a variety of federal agencies across the country, providing a wide-range of services, including:
Planning & Development
Across the Bodwé portfolio, WBK has collaborated on projects to serve a variety of Federal agencies including:
Under a General Services Administration (GSA) IDIQ contract for Michigan, WBK, 7GAE, and Alliance performed site evaluation and concept level design for a new outdoor
recreational facility at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center in Battle Creek, MI. WBK completed survey of the existing courtyard, coordination of Phase I ESA & soils investigations, and prepared a summary report describing existing conditions of the proposed 1/4 recreational space.
WBK led the Civil Engineering and site design effort of a multi-disciplined team facilitating Design Build scope documents and contracts for the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Fort Polk, La. The
project scope included renovation of seventeen TEMF buildings and the adjacent site facilities with a total estimated construction cost of $111,000,000.
The Department of Veterans Affairs retained WBK Engineering as part of the Alliance Consulting Group & Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering (7GAE) Joint Venture design team to provide planning, civil engineering, and architectural design
services to plan for an expansion of an existing medical center.