Heritage Global Construction Services (HGCS) was formed in Southern California in March of 2005. HGCS is proud of standing as a Service Disabled Veteran and Native American owned company, being certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council and the State of California Department of General Services.
At Heritage, we know that close coordination among design and construction team members is essential. Careful review and selection of qualified subcontractors by HGCS ensures a successful and cost-effective project. Our project management and supervisory staff focus on efficient and timely completion with the highest degree of workmanship.
My great great Grandfather was James W. Vail. He was born in Jackson County, Alabama in 1837. He was the son of D.W. Vail, a leading professor of literature and languages, who spent his life teaching. James Vail married Francis Folsom in 1871. Francis was a Choctaw translator. They had six children. Their son, Charles E. Vail, is the original Enrollee and my great Grandfather. Charles Vail married Flora Guest, also Choctaw. Flora attended the Bacone Indian University and was part of the music department. My grandmother Nell and my mother Coleen were very proud of our Choctaw Heritage and ensured that we honor the Choctaw Nation's tradition and culture.
Heritage proudly supports and sponsors
- Choctaw Nation - Scholarship Fund in Coleen Estep's name
- Native American Veterans Association - Corporate Sponsor
- California Disabled Veterans Alliance Board - Corporate Member
- American Indian Chamber of Commerce - Corporate Volunteers
- Military Helping Military - Corporate Sponsor
- Wounded Warriors Golf Tournament - Sponsor