The DFJV Team is actively identifying, engaging and training potential small business firms and workers who are interested in participating on CP 2-3. The program requires an overall 30 percent goal for small business participation with a ten percent goal for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises and three percent goal for Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises. Learn more about the California High Speed Rail Authority's Small & Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program.
We have successfully implemented disadvantaged and small business programs that meet and exceed project goals and develop meaningful participation for local small business enterprises/disadvantaged business enterprises (SBEs/DBEs). Our team is reaching out to Small and Disadvantaged Businesses to augment its self-performance capacity and utilize local and specialty subcontractors for a variety of tasks pertaining to project controls, construction, quality control and material supply.
The DFJV Team works in good faith to find and maximize opportunities to qualified SBE/DBE firms on this Project. If you are not currently certified but are interested in obtaining certification, click on below links to learn more!
If you are interested in this Project and have not registered with our team, please complete the Dragados | Flatiron Questionnaire below.Small Business Form
DFJV has partnered with the California Access To Capital Program to offer fast, flexible financing solutions for contractors, truckers and small business owners.Small Business Financing Program
Thursday, February 28, 2019 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
KIT CARSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 9895 7th AVENUE HANFORD, CA 93230
• Provide information about the high-speed rail project in Fresno, Kings and Tulare counties, including design, right of way, small business and employment opportunities.
• Receive feedback and answer questions related to construction activities, project schedule and traffic management surrounding high-speed rail construction
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in cooperation with design-build contractor Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture (DFJV), announces a lane closure at Avenue 56, west of State Route 43 (SR 43) in Tulare County for utility relocation. Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday, February 26 and continue through Friday, March 1, 2019.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in cooperation with design-build contractor Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture (DFJV), announces the closure of South Avenue between Cedar and Maple avenues in Fresno County for construction of an overpass. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, March 4, 2019 and continue through 2020.
East South Avenue between Cedar and Maple avenues will be closed through 2020.
This work is part of construction of an overpass that will grade separate BNSF railroad and high-speed rail tracks.
Embankment construction at Excelsior Avenue between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue in Kings County will begin Monday, February 11 and is expected to continue through 2019.
Intermittent closures; expect heavy truck traffic.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in cooperation with design-build contractor Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture (DFJV), announces that Avenue 120, just west of SR 43 in Tulare County, will be reduced to one lane for both directions for asphalt overlay paving. Drivers will follow a pilot car and take turns driving through the work zone. Work is scheduled to begin Tuesday, November 12, and continue through early December.
Construction starting in Fresno County from Jefferson Avenue to South Avenue, between Cedar and Maple avenues. Work will begin September 18, 2017