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Keres Consulting Honored as New Mexico Private 100 Finalist

December 27, 2016

Keres included in ‘Albuquerque Journal’ recognition program



ALBUQUERQUE, NM — December 27, 2016 — Keres Consulting, Inc., a Native American-owned federal contractor headquartered in Albuquerque, was honored as a “New Mexico Private 100”—a recognition program comprised of privately-held businesses located throughout New Mexico. Keres was honored at the 2016 New Mexico Private 100 event on November 1st.


Since 1988, the New Mexico Private 100, a ranking of the state’s largest privately owned companies, has recognized the important contributions businesses make to the economy of New Mexico. 2016 was the first year Keres Consulting was recognized for the honor.


“It’s an honor to be included in the 2016 listing of The New Mexico Private 100,” said Tim Chavez, president and CEO of Keres. “At Keres we choose to conduct business and select projects that benefit our land and its people.”


The list of all recognized businesses was featured in the Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook.


About Keres Consulting, Inc.

Keres Consulting, Inc. is a general management consulting firm with specialized expertise in asset management, energy and the environment, and communications and technology. Established in 2001, the company is a Native American-owned, Small Disadvantaged Business. More information about Keres Consulting is available at




Media Contact:

Allie Moore

Keres Consulting, Inc.


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