As a 100% Native American owned, SBA 8(a) certified company with over 30 years of diverse construction contracting experience , BioSeal, LLC, has the ability to organize, manage and direct all aspects of construction projects under Federal Contract Planning Project Management, Quality Control, Sub Contractor Management, and Energy Efficiency guidelines. These qualifications are not easily come by. With BioSeal, Gregory Parks has thoughtfully and methodically pursued the necessary experience and successful track record of completing projects which have enabled the company to meet the requirements of working on government projects.
In so doing, BioSeal has attained the following certifications from and recognition by state, regional, and federal entities and agencies:
- $33.5MM Gross Annual Receipts criteria met
- Small Business Administration 8(a) Program
- DBE, Disadvantaged Business Entity for the Montana Dept of Transportation
- State of Montana Department of Labor & Industry Certification of
- Contractors Registration
- Indian Preference Certification with
- The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes
- The Chickasaw Nation Preferred Vendor Program
- State of Montana Petroleum Association
- Enterprise E-200 Native American Graduated
- Stovall & Associate Federal Contracting Proposal Preparation
- Letter of Recognition from the Urethane Technology Company, Inc.
To further leverage BioSeal’s experience and qualifications, Parks and his Company have solicited the expertise and professional reach of the Michels Corporation, the 36th Ranked utility contracting company on ENR’s Top 400 Contractors list in 2013.
Currently under a Teaming Agreement and jointly seeking a Mentor-Protégé partnership, BioSeal has the backing of partner Michels, enabling an unlimited bonding capacity which permits the partnership to submit proposals in the magnitude of $500,000.00 to $Unlimited in all aspects of the NAICS code 237 (Heavy and Civil Engineering). Such partnering will empower BioSeal to utilize its resources to their fullest potential.
Michels and BioSeal developed a Teaming Agreement to provide the Federal Government a partnered team to embrace the core values of the Mentor-Protégé Program, notably, long term sustainability and success of the Team and its parts. With Michels positioned as our Critical Subcontractor, BioSeal now has the wherewithal and is fully supported to consider utility and civil construction. projects anywhere in North America (CONUS). Together, we want to be the value added contracting team for all project solicitations providing safety, quality, and cost driven performance contracting.
With numerous successfully completed and several ongoing government projects, BioSeal expects to continue to pursue Heavy and Civil Engineering (code 237) work as it grows and becomes a reliable partnering candidate for companies like Michels and others in the federal and state contracting spheres.
BioSeal Projects Listing Past and Current
Project History | Project Description
Yellowstone Gateway Museum | HVAC Energy efficiency program
Civic Center Energy | efficiency program
WSS Forest Service Re-Roof | 8(a) Set aside Roofing Project
Repair Roof 470 Malmstrom AFB, Montana | 8(a) Set Aside (Current)
Repair Roof 500 Malmstrom AFB, Montana | 8(a) Set Aside (Current)