Tribal One is the Mith-ih-Kwuh Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), a federally-chartered corporation that is 100% owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe. Incorporated in 2011, the MEDC served as the business development arm of the Coquille Tribe and is committed to securing the economic health of the Tribe and to making a proactive, positive contribution to the economies of the communities in which its businesses operate.
Four limited liability companies currently carry the Tribal One name. Two companies, Tribal One Broadband and Tribal One Construction, are SBA 8(a) Certified Small Disadvantages businesses and operate from Tribal One’s corporate office and from a satellite office in Centennial, Colorado. Tribal One Development serves as a parent company for the broadband and construction ventures. Tribal One Professional Services also is SBA 8(a) certified and operates, along with the Corporate and Economic Development teams, from the corporate offices in North Bend, Oregon.
Tribal One Development manages two SBA 8(a) certified, 100% tribally owned limited liability companies that specialize in government contracting. Tribal One offers a wide range of Communications Technology and Construction services from its offices in North Bend, Oregon and Centennial, Colorado.
Tribal One teamed with Betance Enterprises Inc. and Granite Construction for the removal, hauling, and dumping of material that filled the Santa Monica Basin. The debris, which consisted of trees, mud, large boulders and a 60’ long concrete and steel bridge, had filled the basin during the early January mudslides in Santa Barbra County.