Mid-Coast Transit Constructors (MCTC), a fully integrated joint venture between Stacy and Witbeck, Herzog, and Skanska, is thrilled to introduce its Construction Bench Program!
MCTC is looking for local certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) and Small Business (SB) firms and suppliers to enroll in their construction Bench Program, which will provide enrolled firms with preferential subcontract opportunities on the Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project. MCTC seeks to include a variety of services from DBE and SB firms. The Construction Bench will serve as a shortlist of contract-ready firms from which MCTC will be able to expeditiously seek bids and put DBE/SB firms to work in order to meet the ongoing needs of the project.
To be considered for the Construction Bench Program, firms must be certified as either a DBE by the California Unified Certification Program (CUCP) or a SB by the California Department of General Services (DGS). Candidate firms will also need:
· A current Department of Industrial Relations number
· Quality Safety Records
· A California Contractor’s License
· Applicable NAICS Codes
MCTC will offer DBE firms assistance with bonding, insurance and financing. MCTC will be releasing construction bench opportunities throughout the project, and will apply deadlines for questionnaire submission prior to their release. Please submit completed questionnaires by December 30, 2016 for consideration for work in early 2017.
Construction Bench Program Scopes of Work:
Scopes of work include, but are not limited to, the following: Tree removal, fencing, landscaping, electrical, masonry, painting, traffic control, trucking, concrete flatwork, anti-graffiti coating and clearing and grubbing.
HOW TO APPLY:To apply for the MCTC Construction Bench Program, download and fill out the MCTC Questionnaire here: www.mctcjv.com/contractorbench, and submit via email to email@example.com for consideration. All eligible DBE and SB firms are encouraged to apply.