MWRTBA DBE Forum on March 31st

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The Metropolitan Washington Road & Transportation Builders Association (MWRTBA) and DBE Advance invite DC Metro Area firms in Civil Engineering and Heavy Construction to meet and discuss partnering in developing the region’s transportation infrastructure.

March, 31, 2016 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Mayflower Hotel

1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
(Farragut North Metro)

Prime Contractors and First-Tier Subcontractors: Outline your typical subcontracting requirements to certified small D/W/MBE firms in the DC Metropolitan Area and learn their capabilities.

Certified DBE, MBE, SwaM, LSDBE, and S/CBE firms: Meet one-on-one with engineers and estimators and learn their subcontracting requirements and project needs (bring your capabilities statement).

REGISTRATION

Featured speakers:

Chris Lawson
FHWA Division Administrator/ District of Columbia
Greg Johnson
Administrator, Maryland State Highway Administration
Garrett W. Moore, P.E.
Deputy Commissioner, Chief Engineer/ Virginia Department of Transportation
Greer Gillis
Deputy Director, District Department of Transportation

 Participating Prime Contractors include:

AECOM
Amec Foster Wheeler
Archer Western
ATCS P.L.C.
Century Engineering, Inc.
CH2M Hill
Cianbro Corporation
Corman Construction, Inc.
Delon Hampton & Associates Chartered
Fort Myer Construction Corporation
HNTB Corporation
KCI Technologies, Inc.
Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP
Skanska Civil USA
South Capital BridgeBuilders
STV Incorporated
T.Y. Lin International
Virginia Paving Company
Wallace Montgomery
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

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DBE Advance LLC
Developing Business Enterprises
PO Box 15346 Washington DC 20003
(202) 910-6750

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DBE Advance LLC helps public agencies, prime contractors, and D/W/MBE service providers involve small minority- and woman-owned businesses in infrastructure projects in the Washington DC area.
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