Inframark Is Proud to Partner with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians for Water and Wastewater Services

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Inframark, a leader in infrastructure solutions focused on water and wastewater contract operations and maintenance across the U.S., is proud to announce its service agreement with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (“MBCI”). The multi-year operation and maintenance contract was executed late last year and Inframark is actively engaged with Tribal leadership and staff to provide water and wastewater services in all MBCI communities served by the Choctaw Public Works Department.

“We are sincerely proud of this partnership and the opportunity to work with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians,” said John Stallard, Inframark’s Vice President of Operations in the South. “We are honored to add the Mississippi Choctaw to our other Native American clients. This is a unique opportunity for Inframark not only to bring our water and wastewater management expertise but also to be true partners to this community, serving its thousands of members and being good stewards of the environment.”

“I am pleased to have the Inframark team assisting with our water and wastewater operations,” stated Chief Cyrus Ben. “They bring the talent and commitment that we are looking for in a partner to help us manage our facilities and support our efforts to provide reliable and quality water services to our members.” 

Eddy Russell, Inframark’s Regional Manager who was instrumental in forging this new partnership, commented, “It is a privilege to serve the Mississippi Choctaw community. I have enjoyed visiting their sites and working with the team to understand their needs. Our team has developed a comprehensive solution and we’re excited to bring Inframark’s operational excellence commitment and expertise to bear to enhance operations here for the long term.”

About Inframark
Inframark, LLC ( is an industry-leading applied technology and solutions firm, specializing in water and wastewater infrastructure operation and maintenance (O&M) across the U.S. By integrating automation and intelligent data solutions in water and wastewater O&M, management of community infrastructure, and data systems integration, Inframark can provide unparalleled service. With over 40 years of experience managing water-related infrastructure, the company employs approximately 3,000 people, serving over 400 clients in 30 states. Inframark manages facilities that can treat a billion gallons of drinking water and wastewater daily.

About the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, under the leadership of Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben, has an enrolled membership of more than 11,000 people and is the only federally recognized tribe in the State of Mississippi. Headquartered in Choctaw, Miss., the Tribe has emerged as a leader in economic development. The tribe provides a range of governmental services including schools, a hospital, medical clinics, police and fire protection, courts, and a center for the elderly, among many others. For more information about the Tribe contact the Office of Public Information at 601-663-7532.

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