HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 21Issue 12Mno-Bmadsen Acquires Mechanical Trade Contractor

On Monday, April 6, 2015, the Mno-Bmadsen, the non-gaming economic development enterprise of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians announced the acquisition of D.A. Dodd, Inc., a mechanical trade contractor with operations in Indiana and Michigan.

“The acquisition of D.A. Dodd represents the Pokagon Band’s ongoing commitment to the region through investments, job creation, and diversification of our tribal economy,” stated John P. Warren, Pokagon Band tribal chairman.

D.A. Dodd was established in 1995 and is licensed in both Indiana and Michigan, with geographic coverage including southwest Michigan and north and central Indiana. The company provides a full range of services including plumbing, heating, cooling, refrigeration, industrial process piping installation, design/build and service for commercial, industrial and institutional customers.

Mark McKnight, president of D.A. Dodd added, “we see a tremendous opportunity to expand into other market sectors including federal agencies and Indian Country, and at the same time supporting our existing customer base on their quest for diversification in their construction projects.”

The Tribe’s development arm, Mno-Bmadsen, was chartered in 2007 as a wholly owned, unincorporated instrumentality of the Tribe. Under its charter, Mno-Bmadsen ultimately seeks to develop its resources in a manner that produces maximum long-term value for the Tribe’s Citizenry while establishing a secure investing environment. 

 

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