Wiipica’s name comes from the traditional language of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and means “arrowhead”. For a link on pronunciation click here
For more information on the Tribe’s language and cultural revitalization initiative visit the Myaamia Center
For more information on the tribe visit their website at http://miamination.com/
Wiipica is administered through Miami Nation Enterprises https://mn-e.com/
The Miami tribe’s contracting activities have supported the Federal Government since 1987. The Wiipica is dedicated to serving federal customers in construction, operations and maintenance, design/build, engineering, studies and remediation, and commissioning projects. With offices located in the greater DC area, Wiipica is readily available for planning and consulting with our federal clients. Wiipica has the infrastructure and assets to support a variety of projects in diverse geographic locations and from design to close out.
1950 Roland Clarke Place
Ste 210E, Reston, VA 20191
Mr. Whitlock has more than 35 years of successful project, program, quality control, and business management experience in the construction and environmental industries with a specialization in the Federal Government market. His experience spans design-build, renovation, restoration, and modernization, as well as fuels/POL and environmental remediation work. He brings an in-depth knowledge of construction management combined with tactical and strategic business understanding to every project he manages.
Mr. Whitlock has managed operations of small, medium, and large businesses and has been instrumental in the successful award and performance of more than 200 projects, totaling over $300M. Mr. Whitlock has managed projects for various government agencies such as GSA; USACE Nashville, Savannah, Mobile, and Jacksonville; NAVFAC Southeast Jacksonville and Pensacola, VA, Tampa; and BIA.
Mr. Whitlock’s approach to project management stresses collaboration in the building process from the very beginning, working closely with architects and engineers to review plans and blueprints, developing and maintaining the project schedule and quality control processes. Preparing cost estimates, negotiating with and hiring subcontractors, scheduling and coordinating subcontractor activities, troubleshooting on-site issues, gathering permits and complying with building and safety codes and other federal regulations, and meeting with clients and stakeholders ensure the project’s goals are achieved. This approach creates projects that are completed on time, on budget, delivering a quality product for the client.