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Flatiron is seeking HUD Section 3 and W/MBE s

Project: Yesler Terrace Early Infrastructure, Hill Climb, Site Demolition & Rough Grading
Location: Seattle , WA
Bid Date: 05/12/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 7:46PM PST 
Flatiron West, Inc. is seeking DBE

Project: I-15 Base Line Road Interchange Improvement
Location: Rancho Cucamonga / Fontana, CA
Bid Date: 05/14/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 5:34PM PST 
Collins Electrical Company Inc. is seeking DVBE

Project: El Capitan High School Pool Lighting Project
Location: Merced, CA
Bid Date: 04/30/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 3:30PM PST 
Collins Electrical Company Inc. is seeking DVBE

Project: El Capitan High School Scoreboard Project
Location: Merced, CA
Bid Date: 04/30/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 3:08PM PST 
Granite Construction Company is seeking DVBE

Project: Project Name: 08-1C1304Hwy 111 Rubber Overlay - Palm Springs
Location: Palm Springs, CA
Bid Date: 05/08/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 2:45PM PST 
County of Napa is seeking DBE, WBE and MBEs

Project: Napa River Rutherford Restoration Project Reach 5,6, 7, & 9, PW 14-09
Location: Napa, CA
Bid Date: 05/15/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 2:31PM PST 
William Kanayan Construction is seeking DBE

Project: Beech Avenue
Location: Fontana Area, CA
Bid Date: 05/07/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 2:12PM PST 
Collins Electrical Company Inc. is seeking DBE

Project: Operational Apron Security Lighting
Location: Atwater, CA
Bid Date: 04/30/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 1:59PM PST 
Broward County is seeking DBE

Project: Qualified Vendors List for Transit Stops and Shelter Facilities
Location: Various Locations, FL
Bid Date: 12/31/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 1:42PM PST 
William Kanayan Construction is seeking DBE

Project: Rock Slope Protection
Location: Wrightwood, CA
Bid Date: 05/02/14
Published: 04/22/14 @ 1:37PM PST 
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Procurement, public works, and DBE/MBE/WBE news

Arizona reviews DBE participation in new study
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is undertaking a study that will help the department determine whether minority and women-owned businesses have equal access to public contracts in the state.
Published on February 20, 2014
Los Angeles County hosting small business workshop series
The workshops, sponsored by Citi Community Development (Citibank) and hosted by the County in partnership with the Emerald Cities Collaborative, will begin on February 12. Interested contractors must enroll by February 7.
Published on February 3, 2014
Denver airport exceeds DBE contracting goal
In 2013, 18.61 percent of the airports construction contracting dollars – totaling $5,196,526 - went to DBE certified firms, beating its goal of 17.8 percent.
Published on February 24, 2014

Denver mayor expands M/WBE program
Any procurement of $1 million or more will have M/WBE inclusions goals, which companies bidding on the contracts must try to achieve.
Published on February 21, 2014
Cook County takes aim at M/WBE fraud
The County Board increased penalties for contractors that fail to meet M/WBE program requirements. For instance, companies that fall short of their M/WBE participation goals may be required to pay the difference between the contractual goal and the actual goal achieved.
Published March 17, 2014
The top 5 good faith effort mistakes made by prime contractors
Companies bidding on government contracts are often faced with SBE, MBE, WBE, DBE, DVBE participation subcontracting requirements, but minor mistakes in an outreach effort can cost them their contract – even if they are the lowest bidder.
Published February 3, 2014
New York hosting spring, summer M/WBE Expos
Minority and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) in Western New York, the North Country, and Mid-Hudson regions will have an opportunity to network with other contractors and officials from various New York State agencies.
Published April 15, 2014

NY launches new M/WBE loan program
On March 24, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of the "Bridge to Success" loan program, which will make available two-year loans of up to $200,000 to qualified M/WBEs for the hiring of staff or the purchase of materials and equipment required for a state contract.
Published March 27, 2014
Greenville hosting M/WBE matchmaking event
On April 16th, North Carolina's minority and women-owned businesses (M/WBEs) will be able to directly pitch their goods and services to purchasers from the City of Greenville and Greenville Utilities Commission.
Published on March 17, 2014
Report: Fort Worth's M/WBE participation mixed in 2013
The city aimed to spend 25 percent of construction dollars with M/WBEs, but only 18 percent went to these firms.
Published on April 15, 2014

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