GSA’s Northwest/Arctic Region recently awarded four Multiple Award Task Order Contracts to 14 small businesses for a broad range of general construction projects. The awards reinforce the agency’s commitment to support small businesses by providing opportunities and stimulating economic growth and job creation.
The four contracts for Alaska, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon cover a performance period of three to five years and are estimated between $15-20 million for each geographic area. The largest contract covers Western Washington and will be performed solely by Washington State-based Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses.
The contracts support GSA’s day-to-day operations and construction services and include design and construction efforts delivery methods, including, but not limited to, new construction, renovation, repair and alteration, demolition, and historical restoration of GSA owned or leased real property.
The 14 contracts were awarded to small business in all socioeconomic sectors. The businesses include: Cherokee General Corporation, Lorache/Coburn Joint Venture, Maniilaq Services LLC, Cherokee Construction Services LLC, Pacific Tech Construction, Angel Menendez Environmental Services, Bering P&L Joint Venture, JKM General Contractors LLC, Orion Construction Inc, Burton Construction Inc, Macnak Construction LLC, Ronson-P&L Joint venture, and VetFed-Pac Tech Joint Venture.
GSA’s Northwest/Arctic region continues to support small businesses through construction contracts and the agency’s schedules:
Destiny Alliance Consulting, LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned company in Seattle, WA.
Tikigaq Construction, LLC, an 8(a), Alaskan Native, HUBZone contractor.
Last year, small businesses earned $2 billion through Multiple Award Professional Service Schedule contracts. So far, $1.5 billion is going to small businesses in 2014.
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GSA’s Northwest/Arctic Region is participating in the Small Business Administration (SBA) “Elevator Speech” event for 8(a) certified companies in Seattle on July 14, and the SBA’s series “Boots to Business” on August 20-21. For more information see www.sba.gov.