TDX POWER SERVICES - Direct: (208) 375-5323 - bids@tdxpowerservices.com
Federal | Vendor Profile

Federal | Vendor Profile

TDX Power Services, LLC (TPS) is an integrated service provider and subsidiary of the TDX Corporation (Tanadgusix), an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), with corporate offices in Anchorage, Alaska https://www.tdxcorp.com/. We come from an island in the Bering Sea, where legend says the wind was born. Today, our corporation operates in 25 states and 10 countries. We build massive wind farms, develop world-class wildlife and hospitality properties, and provide engineering and operations services to some of the U.S. government’s most critical programs around the world.

There are few business opportunities on our small island, so we travel far from home to operate successful business’s that serve major metropolitan areas and Alaska’s remote island operations. We guide our subsidiary businesses, like TPS with a focus on providing exceptional service to our customers and we require all our employees throughout our family of companies to conduct themselves with the Aleut people’s ancient values in mind. These values include honesty, humility and hard work. We may be from a small island, but we’re big into business.

Key Information for TDX Power Services, LLC:  

  • Business Size: TPS is an SBA Certified Alaska Native American Owned Corporation ANC 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB),
  • Graduation: TPS graduation date from the 8(a) program is September 30, 2025,
  • Capabilities: TPS is a full-service design | build and/or Engineer-Procure-Construct company – TPS offers one-stop shopping to Federal agencies from permitting, design, project management, construction, implementation and long-term maintenance and operation,
  • Offices: TPS has offices in Alaska, Hawaii, Washington and Idaho (the Idaho location is recognized as a “bona-fide office” by the SBA, as of April, 2020). We strive to utilize local resources, vendors, contractors and consultants in all of our contracts.  We believe “local funding should stay local”, it builds stronger communities,
  • Bonding Capacity: TPS has the financial resources to complete even the largest projects with bonding at $50M Single | $175M Aggregate,

DUNS: 961653917  CAGE: 7LL42

NAICS Codes:

Primary:         238210 – Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors
Secondary:    237990 – Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction,

  • 221121 – Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control
  • 221122 – Electric Power Distribution,
  • 236210 – Industrial Building Construction
  • 236220 – Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
  • 237110 – Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction
  • 237120 – Oil and Gas Pipeline and Related Structures Construction    
  • 237130 – Power and Communication Line and Related Structures Construction,
  • 237310 – Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction,
  • 237990 – Dredging and Surface Clean-up Activities,
  • 238110 – Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors,    
  • 238210 – Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors,
  • 238220 – Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors,      
  • 238320 – Painting and Wall Covering Contractors,
  • 238910 – Site Preparation Contractors,
  • 238990 – All Other Speciality Trade Contractors,
  • 334413 – Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing, 
  • 334515 – Instrument Manufacturing Measuring, and Testing Electricity &Electrical Signals
  • 335311 – Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing,      
  • 335314 – Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing,
  • 541618 – Other Management Consulting Services,  
  • 541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services,
  • 561210 – Remediation Services,   
  • 561730 – Landscaping Services,
  • 562910 – Remediation Services,   
  • 541330 – Engineering Services,
  • 721310 – Rooming and Boarding Houses, Dormitories and Workers Camps.

Areas of Strength

  • Strong presence in the Pacific Ring with offices in Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, and Aleutians,
  • Design-Build with in-house resources,
  • Logistically Challenging Projects,
  • Island Environments | Barge off-loading,
  • We have our own man-camp(s),
  • Bonding $50M Single; $175M Aggregate,
  • Twenty-nine other companies within the TDX Family,
  • Strong Safety Record,
  • Various levels of Security Clearance,
  • Access to heavy equipment, project financing; and, large labor pool (we self-perform).