News Release Provided By Edge Publicom
HOLT, Mich. — Moore Trosper Construction Company has opened an office in Sault Ste. Marie to support an initiative of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians to grow the local economy. Moore Trosper is an award-winning, Native American-owned construction company.
The Moore Trosper office is located in the tribe’s new Tamarack Business Center, 531 Ashmun St., which provides space for Sault Tribe members to conduct business on tribal lands.
“Moore Trosper is a shining example of successful Sault Tribe members positively impacting the business world,” said Joel Schultz, Sault Tribe economic development director. “Success breeds success, which is why it’s important to have companies such as Moore Trosper explore growth opportunities through the center. They bring industry expertise and proven success, and can also mentor the tribe and fellow members.”
Moore Trosper is headquartered in Holt and was founded in 1982. It is owned by the Moore family.
“As members of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, we consider the Upper Peninsula of Michigan part of our family heritage,” said Ted Moore, Moore Trosper president. “To help other companies succeed by assisting them with their construction needs honors our company as well as our ancestors.”
Moore Trosper’s Upper Peninsula clients have included the Sault Tribe and Joseph K. Lumsden Bahweting Anishnabe School, Sault Ste. Marie.
Photo: Moore Trosper President Ted Moore greets Michigan State Senator Wayne Schmidt at the company’s new office in Sault Ste. Marie.
About Moore Trosper Construction Company
Founded in 1982, Moore Trosper Construction Company is a Native American-owned company with offices in Holt and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. With expertise in construction management, general contracting, design-build and concrete services, Moore Trosper is an award-winning firm with a solid footprint across the state. Each member of its highly skilled team is responsible for adopting the principles of its quality policy and completing work in accordance with ISO standards. Moore Trosper prides itself on surpassing client expectations and over-delivering on the unique needs of each project while implementing cost-conscious strategies. Harold Moore and James Trosper founded the company that is now operated by Harold’s sons, Brian Moore and Theron “Ted” Moore.
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