Chickasaw Nation Industries, Inc. (CNI) extends federal services division office lease in Arlington, VA. Represented by Edward Saa and Timothy Jacobs, CNI Federal experienced explosive growth in the 2020-2021 government fiscal year in awarded contracts necessitating a 10,000-SF office presence to service customers.
Eduardo Marques, Federal Services Chief Operating Officer relayed to Saa and Jacobs “after vetting alternative submarkets from Reston to Tysons, we realized there wasn’t another location that could duplicate what we have in our Clarendon/Courthouse location. Having direct access to the Metro and an abundance of walkable amenities that our employees can enjoy is a significant part of our company’s culture and we don’t want to give that up.”
Edward Saa explains “we were able to help CNI by leveraging multiple local landlords in Fairfax and Arlington County. After conducting a comprehensive analysis, we found that renewing was not only the most cost-effective option, but it also scored the highest in non-economic factors. We were able to secure them great financial lease terms while not sacrificing any of the amenities and convivences that were important to them as an organization.”
CNI, headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma, serves as a holding company with multiple subsidiaries that operate as Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) engaged in several lines of business for both the federal government and commercial enterprises. Chickasaw Federal serves as the government contracting arm of Chickasaw Nation Industries. Chickasaw Federal is made up of 13 subsidiaries that provide capabilities and solutions for federal customers across six core practice areas: Technology, Infrastructure & Engineering, Health, Business Services, Consulting and Transportation.
CNI is proud to support the economic development of the Chickasaw Nation and to contribute to the tribal mission of enhancing the overall quality of life of the Chickasaw people. A portion of profits is used to support Chickasaw citizens through a multitude of programs and services such as education, health care, nutrition services, housing programs, legal services, elder and childcare and community support programs. Successful economic development is an integral part of the Chickasaw Nation’s operations. To learn more, visit www.chickasaw.com