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Oct
9
8:00 AM08:00

Regional Contracting Forum

Introduce your business to the region's largest government entities: King County, Washington State Department of Transportation, University of Washington, City of Seattle, Port of Tacoma, Washington State Office of Minorities and Women's Business Enterprises, Washington State Department of Enterprise Services, Sound Transit, Port of Seattle, and others. Attendees have the opportunity to meet government contracting representatives and network with contractors, consultants, and suppliers all at one event.

  • Construction / Architectural Engineering - ONE-ON-ONE sessions with prime contractors and consultants during pre-scheduled interviews.
  • Exhibit Tables – Meet local, state, federal procurement representatives.

For event and registration information visit: www.seattle.gov/cpcs/rcf

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Oct
17
1:00 PM13:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - October

  • UW Seattle - Roosevelt Commons West, 3rd Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Oct
18
9:30 AM09:30

Working with SDOT: Ready to Prime

  • Bertha Knight Landes Room of Seattle City Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The event will feature information on key similarities/differences between engaging on SDOT work as a subconsultant and a prime consultant as well as the different impacts and implications this may have. For experienced primes, the event will also feature refresher information on key expectations and requirements that may help for successful contracting with the department.

In addition to the program, the event will feature networking time with SDOT leadership and Project Managers, information on WMBE Inclusion, and advance notice of upcoming contracting opportunities.

Attendance is free. Registration is requested. 

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Nov
14
1:00 PM13:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - November

  • UW Seattle - Roosevelt Commons West, 3rd Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Dec
12
1:00 PM13:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - December

  • UW Seattle - Roosevelt Commons West, 3rd Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Jan
31
2:30 PM14:30

Port 2 Business - Port of Everett - Snohomish County - Community Transit

You're invited to join the Port of Everett, Snohomish County and Community Transit to learn about an alternative construction project delivery method called Job Order Contracting (JOC) from the Port, County and Transit perspectives!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Construction Contractors & Suppliers

Our panel members will each present on how their organizations utilize job order contracting, discuss how your construction company can participate and what opportunities are coming in the near future. The short program will be followed by a Q&A session and an open house networking opportunity. Meet with representatives from the Port, County and Community Transit, our job order consultant Gordian, and job order contractors Burton Construction, Inc, and Forma Construction, subcontractors, as well as other partnering organizations.

Questions? Contact emilyh@portofeverett.com or 425-388-0625

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Sep
19
1:00 PM13:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - September

  • UW Seattle - Roosevelt Commons West, 3rd Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Sep
12
4:00 PM16:00

Sellen - Seattle Children's Outreach Event

  • South Seattle College, Georgetown Campus (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Seattle Children's and Sellen are committed to using DBE , MBE, WBE, MWBE and HUB Zone certified subcontractors and suppliers on the new Children's Building Care project. Join representatives from Sellen, VECA Electric and MacDonald-Miller at this project Outreach Event to learn more about the project and how your firm can participate. Light refreshments provided. 

About Building Care: Seattle Children's, Sellen and ZGF Architects are teaming together once again to design and build the newest addition to Seattle Children's Seattle Campus: Building Care, also known as Forest B. The new building will be an eight-story, LEED Silver hospital facility with approximately 325,000 square feet. It will house a new hematology/oncology clinic, infusion center, operating rooms, inpatient pharmacy, procedural suites, heart center clinic, clinical laboratory space and helistop on the roof. Future build-outs may include imaging space. The project will break ground in winter 2019.

For more information about the event, contact: Angela Battle, Sellen's Director of Diversity & Development, angelab@sellen.com or 206-805-7032.

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Sep
7
9:00 AM09:00

Port of Seattle New Diversity in Contracting Informational Session - SeaTac Asset Impletementation Project

Come and meet staff from the Port of Seattle Project Management, Central Procurement Office, and Small Business team for an informational meeting on this Project Highlight Event. Scopes of work include: Asset Implementation Project

NAIC Codes

  • 541512 – IT Services –Manage assets efficiently in (Maximo/ SCADA/GIS/ and PeopleSoft)
  • 541330 - Civil, Electrical, Consulting, Environmental, Mechanical, Traffic, Consulting Engineering Services.

Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Diversity in Contracting/MWBE Program
  • Contract Elements /Specifics
  • Asset Management Implementation Project Overview
  • Networking (Primes and Sub’s)

If you have any questions, please contact Maruska.V@portseattle

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Aug
21
to Aug 24

34th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference

For nearly four decades, AMAC has been at the forefront of promoting the full participation of minority and women-owned businesses in airport contracting and employment. The Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference attracts over 1,000 attendees and unites leaders throughout the aviation industry including airline and airport executives, airport commissioners, corporate representatives and small business owners. During the conference, attendees will participate in presentations with a wide array of government and private sector stakeholders to discuss industry trends, legislative and regulatory updates and a host of small business empowerment forums.

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Aug
15
12:00 PM12:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - August

  • UW Bothell - Discovery Hall, 464 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Jul
26
9:00 AM09:00

PortGen Workshop

Come and meet Port of Seattle representatives from Central Procurement, Small Business, Project Management and Airport Dining and Retail who will share information about upcoming business opportunities. Attendees will learn about business certifications and technical assistance resources from guest speakers. The sessions will provide a valuable opportunity for networking with Port staff and small businesses.

  • Who should attend: Small, minority, woman and other underrepresented businesses seeking to do business with the Port of Seattle, Airport Concessionaires and Tenants.

A Port overview will include the following; Risk Management, Airport Badging Requirements, Procurement Roster Management System registration (PRMS), Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA).

Questions please email Tina Boyd @ boyd.t@portseattle.org

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Jul
23
to Jul 24

Port of Seattle Disparity Study Public Meeting

  • Port of Seattle P-69 Commission Chambers (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

BBC Research & Consulting is conducting an airport concessions disparity study for the Port of Seattle. The study will assess how minority- and woman-owned businesses are faring in the marketplace and as part of the concessions program at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SeaTac).

Monday, July 23, 2018 and Tuesday, July 24, 2018 5:30 - 7:30 PM

What is a disparity study?

  • Examines participation of minority- and woman-owned businesses in airport concessions 
  • Measures the availability of minority- and woman-owned businesses for airport concessions 
  • Assesses marketplace conditions for minorities; women; and minority- and woman-owned businesses

The Port of Seattle invites business owners, trade association representatives, & other key stakeholders to attend one of two public meetings at the Port

If you are unable to attend one of these public meetings, you may submit
testimony about your experiences or questions to the project team at
PortofSeattleDisparityStudy@bbcresearch.com

For more information, contact:
Dawn Hunter, Senior Manager, Airport Dining and Retail at (206)787-6340 or Hunter.d@portseattle.org

Rebecca Garvoille, Associate, BBC Research & Consulting at (303)321-2547 or RGarvoille@bbcresearch.com

 

 

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Jul
16
12:00 PM12:00

Technology Vision 2018 Webinar

An Annual Forecast of Trends Presented By Accenture

This discussion will be based on Accenture’s year-long research into the technology trends driving this change. This resulted in a thought-provoking report: ”Intelligent Enterprise Unleashed: Redefine your company based on the company you keep”—describes the widespread opportunities available to companies to use technology at each level of the enterprise to improve performance and move closer to the center of people’s lives.

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Jul
11
1:00 PM13:00

UW Supplier Orientation: Navigating Potential Business & Purchasing Processes - July

  • UW Seattle - Roosevelt Commons West, 3rd Floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

University of Washington's joint monthly orientation for  UW Procurement Services, UW Business Diversity, UW Foster School Consulting and Business Development and State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) Procurement staff.

Open to potential/new and existing suppliers.

Each session is limited to 15 attendees and will include a short presentation and an opportunity to network with other suppliers, University and State Procurement representatives and University Business Diversity staff.

Visit: UW Supplier Diversity | UW Business Diversity Program | Consulting & Business Development Center

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Jul
2
10:00 AM10:00

Subs & Sandwiches

Meet Prime Contractor - Tacoma Public Schools Project

Tacoma School Board selected Tacoma-based Korsmo Construction for construction of the new Grant Center for the Expressive Arts and replacement of Boze Elementary School.

MBDA-Tacoma Business Center is inviting construction firms to meet with Korsmo Construction and learn about subcontracting opportunities on these two Tacoma Public Schools projects.

Local, minority, and woman-owned firms are encourages to attend! 

Meeting Dates: 

May 1, June 13, July 2 

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Jun
27
1:00 PM13:00

Dominion Energy Diversity Fair

  • 1140 West 200 South Salt Lake City, UT, 84104 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Diversity Fair is a networking opportunity for diverse suppliers to meet with Supply Chain Sourcing Specialists and Business Unit representatives.

Discuss upcoming opportunities and “How to Do Business with Dominion Energy”

Registration Required to Attend:

Registration Deadline: June 21

Click Here to Register

QUESTIONS? Contact Dallas Simmons

S.DALLAS.SIMMONS@DOMINIONENERGY.COM

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Jun
26
12:00 PM12:00

TRAINING FOR SMALL & WMBE FIRMS “STRATEGIES TO INCREASE PROPOSAL HIT RATES”

  • Seattle Municipal Tower Room 4050/60 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

City Light is hosting an open training session, exclusively for Small & WMBE firms, which will cover three topics:

1. Overview of City Light’s new Accelerated (XPD) RFP/RFQ process

  • This process uses a streamlined proposal approach and will become increasingly used across City Light solicitations.
  • The session will discuss how Small & WMBE firms can be successful when participating in such solicitations.

2. Proposal Development Workshop

  • Practical tips to make your proposal stand out from your competition.

3. Hear from City Light’s WMBE manager what City Light is looking for in Inclusion Plan submittals.

For more information: Kim.rayray@seattle.gov or (206)684-3042

To register, please email: Kara.williams@seattle.gov

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Jun
14
9:30 AM09:30

Working with SDOT: Move Seattle

  • Seattle City Hall - Bertha Knight Landes Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join SDOT for information on upcoming projects and opportunities with the Move Seattle Levy.

The event will feature information on upcoming Move Seattle projects (Construction & Design) as well as networking opportunities with SDOT PMs, leadership staff, and other companies to include prospective prime contractors.

Registration is free. Registration is encouraged at: https://working-with-sdot-move-seattle-june-2018.eventbrite.com

For more questions, contact Viviana Garza at viviana.garza@seattle.gov

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Jun
13
10:00 AM10:00

Subs & Sandwiches

  • Tacoma Municipal Buiding - Room 243 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Meet Prime Contractor - Tacoma Public Schools Project

Tacoma School Board selected Tacoma-based Korsmo Construction for construction of the new Grant Center for the Expressive Arts and replacement of Boze Elementary School.

MBDA-Tacoma Business Center is inviting construction firms to meet with Korsmo Construction and learn about subcontracting opportunities on these two Tacoma Public Schools projects.

Local, minority, and woman-owned firms are encourages to attend! 

Meeting Dates: 

May 1, June 13, July 2 

Register Now

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May
18
5:30 PM17:30

GSBA Scholars Dinner

SCHEDULE & ATTIRE

5:00pm
VIP & Scholars Reception

5:30pm
Registration & Reception

6:00pm
Ballroom doors open

6:15pm
Dinner and program begins

8:30pm
Event concludes

Attire: Business
 

 

MENU CHOICES

Baby greens salad

Golden raisins, nib almonds, grape tomatoes and champagne vinaigrette

 Pan seared Top Sirloin
Horseradish mashed yukon potatoes
Tomato mushroom ragu
Red peppercorn demi

Honey peppercorn salmon
Roasted peppernata
Wild rice pilaf
Balsamic reduction

Blackened cauliflower wedge
Black bean cassoulet
Smoked tomato demi

Key Lime cheesecake
Mango, compote

Triple mousse
Raspberry coulis

 

REGISTRATION

HOST A TABLE
(Eight seats for you and your guests and two seats for a scholar and their guest)

Ruby Slipper Table | $2500
(includes VIP & Scholars reception, premium placement, champagne, and $1000 donated directly to the GSBA Scholarship Fund)

Scholars Table | $1500

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS

Host a Scholar | $150
Individual Registration | $150

Fair market value is $100.

UNABLE TO ATTEND?
You can still make a difference in a young person’s life by hosting a scholar or making a direct donation to the GSBA Scholarship fund.

Host a Scholar | $150
please call (206) 363-9188 or
email for details

Make a donation
to the GSBA Scholarship Fund.
 

The reduced Event Valet Parking rate is $29.
Street parking is available and additional public parking lots are located in the vicinity.

 

Seattle Marriott Waterfront is offering a promotional discount for our guests. Book by 4/13/2018 to receive the special rate of $249 the night of the event. 

Book your group rate for GSBA Scholarship Dinner May 2018

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May
10
to May 31

Growing Your Business Workshop Series

  • Tacoma Municipal Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The US Department of Transportation Bonding Education Program (BEP) is a partnership with the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Tacoma Business Center, Sound Transit, NAMC and Surety and Fidelity Association of America to help small businesses become bond ready. This program is tailored to businesses competing for transportation related contracts. The target audience for this program includes small and emerging contractors in the transportation field. However, the program is open to all contractors seeking to increase their business capacity and run their operation more effectively. Space is limited.

Please plan to attend all 4 sessions

May 10, May 17, May 24, May 31

Register Now!

Contact: AliciaM@economicalliancesc.org

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May
10
10:00 AM10:00

OAME Annual Luncheon & Trade Show

 The Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs is presenting its 30th Annual Luncheon and Trade Show. Over 130 small and large business exhibitors will be under one roof to help you network your business. State, county and federal government agencies also attend the event to find opportunities with small business.

 Luncheon runs from 12pm-1:30, individual luncheon tickets are $85.00

Tradeshow admission is free and runs 10am-12pm, 1:30-3pm

Phone: 503-249-7744

Event Flyer: https://www.oame.org/wp-content/uploads/Trade-Show-one-page-flyer-2018.pdf

 

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May
9
4:30 PM16:30

Experience WithinReach: Working Together

Benefiting Washington Families, Hosted by WithinReach

We've designed this spring fundraising event especially for you-our friends and community members - who share the goal of improving health in Washington State. Through interactive stations and displays you'll get an "inside" view on the unique and crucial work we do.

Experience it firsthand while learning about the barriers Washington families face when trying to access services they need. 

We invite you to connect with colleagues, friends and leading professionals in healthcare and social services and to discover the different ways you can contribute to the health of families in Washington. 

A minimum donation of $150 is suggested. 

Beverages and appetizers will be served.

Website: http://www.withinreachwa.org/get-involved/events/2018-experience-withinreach/

Contact: Elsa Ferguson

Email: elsaf@withinreachwa.org

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May
6
12:00 PM12:00

Entre Hermanos 5 De Mayo Fundraising Brunch

  • 1700 20th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A fundraising brunch for Entre Hermanos, a Latino LGBTQ nonprofit!

Come celebrate another year of services offered to the LGBTQ Latino community in the state of Washington with Entre Hermanos! Join us for our Cinco de Mayo Brunch on Sunday, May 6th, 2018at El Gallito Restaurant in Capitol Hill! Enjoy music, friends, and delicious authentic Mexican food. 

Your support will help Entre Hermanos to continue our mission to promote the health and well-being of the Latino gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community in a culturally appropriate environment through disease prevention, education, support services, advocacy and community building.

Buy your tickets before they sell out at www.entrehermanos.org!

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May
3
2:00 PM14:00

PortGen Workshop and AMAC Reception (Airport Minority Advisory Council)

Come and meet Port of Seattle representatives from Central Procurement, Small Business, Project Management and Airport Dining and Retail who will share information about upcoming business opportunities. Attendees will learn about business certifications and technical assistance resources from guest speakers. The sessions will provide a valuable opportunity for networking with Port staff and small businesses.

Who should attend: Small, minority, woman and other underrepresented businesses seeking to do business with the Port of Seattle, Airport Concessionaires and Tenants.

A Port overview will include the following; Risk Management, Airport Badging Requirements, Procurement Roster Management System registration (PRMS), Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)

The following projects and opportunities will be highlighted:

Major Construction

·    AOA Perimeter Fence Line Standards

·    North Employee Security Screening

·    Airline Offices and Restroom Renovation Phase II

Small Works Construction

·    Landscape Maintenance Sea-Tac South Area

·    Job Order Contracting (JOC)

Consulting

·    Real Estate IDIQ

Goods and Services

·   Pier 69 - Janitorial Services

·    Parking Guide Assistance

·    Window Washing

·    Lost and Found

Airport Dining and Retail (ADR)

·    ADR Overview

·    Upcoming AMAC Conference in August 2018

Stay and enjoy a special reception and networking opportunity with the Airport Minority Advisory Council who will share information about the upcoming National Conference being held this August in Seattle.

Contact: Tina Boyd 

Email: boyd.t@portseattle.org

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May
1
10:00 AM10:00

Subs & Sandwiches

Meet Prime Contractor - Tacoma Public Schools Project

Tacoma School Board selected Tacoma-based Korsmo Construction for construction of the new Grant Center for the Expressive Arts and replacement of Boze Elementary School.

MBDA-Tacoma Business Center is inviting construction firms to meet with Korsmo Construction and learn about subcontracting opportunities on these two Tacoma Public Schools projects.

Local, minority, and woman-owned firms are encourages to attend! 

Meeting Dates: 

May 1, June 13, July 2 

Register Now

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Apr
23
5:30 PM17:30

Suicide Prevent Training Event: Snohomish County

  • Snohomish County Administrative Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Suicide continues to be a leading cause of death in the United States. 
In Washington, it is the 8th leading cause of death and is the 1st leading cause of death for ages 10-14, 2nd leading cause of death for ages 15-34, and 3rd leading cause of death for ages 35-44.

In response to a recent increase in teen suicides in our area, our ARY/CHINS Program has partnered with Forefront Suicide Prevention to host a FREE training for community members and community partners. 

Please register by visiting http://snoco_arychinsprevention.eventbrite.com or by calling 425.388.7954.

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Port of Seattle - PortGen Workshop
Mar
5
9:00 AM09:00

Port of Seattle - PortGen Workshop

  • SeaTac International Airport Central Auditorium (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come and meet Port of Seattle representatives from Central Procurement, Small Business, Project Management and Airport Dining and Retail will share information about upcoming opportunities. Attendees will learn about business certifications and technical assistance resources from guest speakers. These sessions provide a valuable opportunity for networking with Port staff and small businesses.

Who should attend: Small, minority, woman and other underrepresented businesses seeking to do business with the Port of Seattle

Topics will include the following; Risk Management, AOB Badging Requirements, Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)

Central Procurement Contracting Overview for all categories of contracting.

Projects:

Major Construction

·    Chiller Panel Upgrade

·    Review of upcoming projects

Small Works Construction

·    Job Order Contracting (JOC)

Consulting

·    Airport Tenant Improvement Design Opportunities

·    Survey and Mapping

·    Special Testing and Inspection

Goods and Services

·    Marine and Aviation Maintenance Opportunities

Airport Dining and Retail (ADR)

·    RFP/CEP process

·    Doing business with the Port from a construction perspective

Space is limited, please RSVP as soon as possible

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Union Bank Cyber Defense Summit for Nonprofits
Feb
21
10:00 AM10:00

Union Bank Cyber Defense Summit for Nonprofits

Union Bank recognizes the serious problems resulting from cyber crimes committed against government agencies and major corporations.  The latest official studies show that local non-profit organizations are among the two fastest growing categories of targets. 

Nonprofits are invited to attend the summit to learn about new easily adapted procedures to reduce risk.

Presenters include US Secret Service, Seattle PD, Cyber Task Force, tech experts and bank officials.

Limited seating, early registration is encouraged.

Union Bank Cyber Defense Summit for Nonprofits
Feb 21st  *  10am – Noon (Doors open at 9am w/coffee and continental breakfast)
Hyatt Olive 8 Hotel  *  1635 8th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98401

Admission is free.

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Upcoming Opportunities Workshop for Professional Consultants
Feb
21
9:00 AM09:00

Upcoming Opportunities Workshop for Professional Consultants

  • Seattle City Hall - Bertha Knights Landes Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

City of Seattle capital departments are hosting a Feb. 21 workshop to provide architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental services, and related services consultants with information about upcoming opportunities to do business with City departments. 
 
The workshop will be held in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at Seattle City Hall, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Contract Managers will present information on upcoming City of Seattle projects. There will be time to network with contract managers and other consultants. 
 
Due to room size, advance registration is requested to guarantee admittance. Registration will also help develop a distribution list for future events. 

Among the topics that will be covered in this workshop are:

  • Networking and upcoming professional services projects.
  • Women and minority-owned business inclusion plans.
  • City of Seattle contracting process changes and trends. 

All questions asked during the General Q&A portions of the workshop will be recorded and published.  

 
For more information, please contact: 
 
Katia Garcia  (206) 733-9155  |  Katia.Garcia@seattle.gov  
 
Vicky Schiantarelli  (206) 684-7821  |  Vicky.schiantarelli@seattle.gov
 

Learn more about Seattle Public Utilities, at: www.seattle.gov/util
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About SPU:
Seattle Public Utilities provides essential services. We deliver pure mountain drinking water, recycling and composting that lead the nation, and sewer and drainage systems to protect our local waterways. These services safeguard your health and our shared environment, and help keep Seattle the best place to live. 
 

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Washington State Department of Transportation Contractor and Apprenticeship Networking Fair
Jan
20
10:00 AM10:00

Washington State Department of Transportation Contractor and Apprenticeship Networking Fair

  • New Beginnings Christian Fellowship (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This fair is for individuals interested in working in the construction trades as an apprentice or subcontractor.

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

  • Apprenticeship & Non-Traditional Employment for Women (ANEW)
  • Teamsters Local 174
  • Carpenters
  • Ironworkers 86
  • International Union of Operating Engineers locals 302/612
  • International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Local 188
  • Seattle Vocational Institute - Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training (PACT)
  • Renton Technical College
  • Tulalip Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) Vocational Training Center
  • Worksource
  • Washington State Department of Transportation

CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES

  • Hansel Phelps General Contractor
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Absher Construction Company
  • Vigor Marine, LLC
  • Granite Construction
  • AECOM Engineering Company
  • Department of Enterprise Services (goods and services)
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital (goods and services)
  • Port of Seattle
  • City of Fife
  • King County
  • City of Seattle
  • Washington State
  • Department of Transportation
  • Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises

For additional information contact Yolanda Brooks at 360-522-0856 or brooksy@wsdot.wa.gov

Sponsored by:

New Beginnings Christian Fellowship

Washington State Department of Transportation

 

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