ALLEGANY TERRITORY, Salamanca, NY July 5, 2013 – SCMC, LLC, a construction management firm wholly-owned by the Seneca Nation of Indians, was recently awarded a $2.7 million contract with Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) to upgrade a waste water treatment plant on its premises.

Brookhaven National Laboratory, located in the center of Long Island, New York, is a prestigious research lab, funded mainly by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). It boasts world-class facilities and nearly 3,000 employees, including award-winning scientists and engineers. BNL also hosts more than 4,000 visiting international researchers who join forces to probe and decipher the mysteries of our universe in energy security, materials science, physics, nanoscience, and biosciences.

“We are very pleased to take on this project for BNL and for the opportunity to do something positive for the environment. We hope this award will lead to many more BNL and other DOE projects in the future,” says SCMC, LLC President Steve Martin.

According to Martin, construction modifications of the Brookhaven Waste Water Treatment plant are set to begin in July 2013 and to be completed by the end of February 2014.

SCMC, LLC is a subsidiary of Seneca Holdings, LLC, a Seneca Nation of Indians enterprise. SCMC, LLC is a construction firm, certified as a SBA Small Disadvantaged Business, SBA 8(a) Program participant, & SBA HUBZone participant. SCMC’s services include construction management, general contracting, remediation, demolition, and other specialty trade services for various government agencies and commercial clients.