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.
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
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), in cooperation with DFJV, announces utility and embankment construction from Nevada Avenue to Newark Avenue,
between State Route 43 and 5 ½ Avenue in Kings County. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, October 16, 2017.
Construction at Kent Avenue and Kansas Avenue, between State Route 43 and 9½ Avenue in Kings County, will begin September 25, 2017.
Construction starting in Fresno County from Jefferson Avenue to South Avenue, between Cedar and Maple avenues. Work will begin September 18, 2017