SAVE THE DATES -- Monthly Informational Forums for MBEs
The City of Fort Worth wants to increase its utilization of minority-owned businesses – we need you
The first meeting will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at 11:30am – 1:00pm. The calendar at the bottom of the page highlights all future meeting dates.
Project: MyH20 Program
Aqua Metric Sales Company was recently awarded the AMI Integration contract with the City of Fort Worth. This contract involves the installation of approximately 252,000 new water meters and radios for the City. We are currently looking for Texas certified MBE/WBE firms interested in subcontracting participation on this project. Aqua Metric will provide full details of the project at the forum on Feb. 23rd.
Subcontracting Opportunities for Work Include The Following:
- Mobile Cutting of Holes in Meter Box Lids
Vacuuming out water meter boxes
- Installation of water meters and radios
Project: Renovation of the Old KXAS Building (Fort Worth Police Department Tactical Center) -- Contact: Ronald Clements - (817) 392-8014 or email@example.com.
- Acoustical Work (Ceiling and Walls)
- Concrete Construction (Paving, Repair, Specialty Concrete and Retaining Walls and Structures)
- Electrical Contractors and Electrical Suppliers
- H.V.A.C. Contractors and H.V.A.C. Suppliers
- Painting and Landscaping Services
- Plumbing Contractors and
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Project: Design-Build contractor FPI Builders, LLC is advertising for bids for the construction phase of the Sixth Patrol Division Facility. Point of Contact: Michael Linebaugh -- (817) 336-1161
Who Should Attend:
Are you a minority business owner? You can’t quite figure out how to get in the door? Maybe you are looking to diversify your business? At the City of Fort Worth the size of your business does not always matter!
The City of Fort Worth's Monthly Informational Forums are targeted to minority contractors. These forums will serve two purposes; 1) to ensure that firms are fully aware of opportunities to bid on City projects and 2) to identify gaps in experience/training/capabilities that we can try to address early on.
The Office of Business Diversity is here to help minority businesses gain access to the direct contracting and sub-contracting opportunities offered by city procurement in compliance with the City Council-approved Business Diversity Enterprise (BDE) Ordinance No. 20020-12-2011. Let's talk!
B.Y.O.L. -- BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH! SPACE IS LIMITED.
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