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a. ASAP Roofing & Exteriors
b. Blueridge Construction
c. JJ Prime
d. Omega Contracting
 
a. ASAP Roofing
 Thank you ASAP Roofing and Augusto Muñiz for continuing to be part of the family. ASAP has competed the TSCM seminars and the OSHA 30 certification. Outstanding commercial and residential roofing company. Carlos Recio, owner, is a lawyer who can help our contractors with collecting liens and enforcing change orders. We're glad to have them back. (703-991-3290)
 
b. Blueridge Construction
Thanks to Gabriel Santos and the civil engineering company Blueridge Construction. One of the firms in our PEPCO initiative, Blueridge does important engineering work and has just created a CBE offspring for work in the District. (240-392-2356)
 
c. JJ Prime Services
A dynamic construction company based in the District of Columbia, Ward 7, and satellite office in Riverdale Md., serving the construction industry in both government and private sectors throughout the DMV area. With expertise in site improvement, excavation & wet/dry utilities, JJ Prime Services, LLC has been writing its own history since 2013. Thanks JJ Aguirre for continuing to be part of the DC Hispanic Contractors family. (301-851-5157)
 
d. Omega Contracting
We'd like to welcome back the Avila family. Gustavo Avila heads a solid general contracting firm based in Manassas Va. and has been part of our group for over 3 years now. Extensive commercial and residential services which include roofing, electric, foundations, plumbing, etc. Good to have you with us again and wish you all the best with the establishment of your new CBE company based in the District. (703-930-8018)
 
“HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY(MWAA)”:
A MWAA/Metro DC Hispanic Contractors Association Joint Event
Attend to learn about upcoming contracting opportunities and
connect with the MWAA Procurement team.”
DATE: Wednesday, September 3, 2020
TIME: 9:30 AM – 12:00 Noon EST
HOSTS: Jose Sueiro, Managing Director, DCHCA
Wande Leintu, DVP, MWAA Supplier Diversity
LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom


  


               
  • Be certified by MWAA (LDBE, DBE, MBE)
  • Be a current member of Metro DC Hispanic Contractors Association
  • State your intent to participate by July 31, 2020
  • Provide a 1-page capability statement about your company by August 21, 2020.
Jose Sueiro [email protected]2202-203-0120
Taira Crockett [email protected]|         703-417-0876
 

 
 
SPACE IS LIMITED
Zoom Details and Event Agenda will be provided in advance of the event.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT, PLEASE CONTACT:
Jose Sueiro    [email protected]     202-203-0120
Taira Crockett    [email protected]        703-417-0876
Click here to register: https://mwaa.diversitycompliance.com/Default.asp?
(once on page, click on “Events”).  SPACE IS LIMITED
Zoom Details and Event Agenda will be provided in advance of the event.





We are bidding a project for WMATA and are looking for DBE subcontractors to bid and partner with.  WMATA accepts the following DBE certifications:
  1. WMATA certificate
  2. D.C. Department of Transportation certificate
  3. Metropolitan Washington Unified Certification Program certificate
 
MDCHCA members are interested and we can get them the bid documents right away.
 
GENERAL SCOPE SUMMARY:
The rehabilitate of the Rockville Station Pedestrian Bridge includes but is not limited to concrete delamination and spall repairs, concrete deck expansion crack repairs; deck compression joint repair and replacement; repairs to underside of the walkway metal decking; concrete deck integrity verification and repairs as needed; bridge anchor nut repair and replacement; replacement of scratched and damaged glass wall panels; clean all glass wall panels and stainless steel hand rails; Skylight cleaning, seal replacement, and bronze cap replacement. Delaminated and damage repair/repainting of internal and external bridge structures including trusses, metal decking, ceiling panels and architectural members. Roof exhaust fan demo and replacement; Bird deterrent installation; Roof drain cleaning, and application of non-skid protective coating on the concrete bridge deck.
 
TRADES:
  1. Concrete
  2. Painting
  3. Metal under skirting and bolt repairs
  4. Electrical – exhaust fans
  5. Glass panel replacement
  6. Sky lights (inside and outside) cleaning and general bird cleaning

RFP Opportunity for Langston and Slater Schools

On Wednesday, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) announced a new strategy for enhancing equity and making DC’s prosperity more inclusive: an equity inclusion prioritization in forthcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) that will increase access to development opportunities for entities or organizations that are owned or majority controlled by individuals determined to be part of a socially disadvantaged population.   

This week, the first RFP including this equity inclusion priority was released by DMPED, seeking to redevelop 30,000 SF Langston and Slater Schools, at 33-45 P Street NW (square 0615 lot 0827).

To facilitate equitable access to District development projects, DMPED will begin incorporating a prioritization in their RFPs for teams that maximize, by percentage of ownership and control, entities designated as Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Residence Owned Business (ROB), or any entities (including non-profits and community institutions) led by, or majority controlled by, individuals designated as socially disadvantaged under the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) definition.

The site is in Ward 5, zoned RF-1, and bounded by Bates Street, NW to the North, North Capitol St, NW to the East, P Street, NW to the South and 1st Street, NW to the West. Mundo Verde Public Charter School is across the street and Paul Lawrence Dunbar Senior High School and Friendship-Armstrong Public Charter School are in close proximity.

This property was formerly two elementary schools – Slater Elementary School and John Mercer Langston Elementary School. Slater Elementary School was constructed in 1891 as a school for African American students; the school was part of a complex of schools for Black students along First Street, NW between L and P Streets. The John Mercer Langston Elementary School was built in 1902 to handle the overflow of students from the adjoining Slater School.

View the Request for Proposals (RFP) – Langston-Slater School

Submission Deadline: September 14, 2020

Pre-Response Q&A: July 14, 2020 – August 11, 2020

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WashingtonDC20009,
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By Metro DC Hispanic Contractors Association 2019