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Hurricane Florence Recovery Opportunities for General Contractors, Specialty Contractors, Suppliers and Supporting Businesses

Hurricane Florence Recovery Opportunities for General Contractors, Specialty Contractors, Suppliers and Supporting Businesses

When.  December 18, 2019 
This session will be held twice on this date.  Time options: 12:00-1:30 (feel free to bring your lunch with you) OR 4:00-5:30. 

Where. Coastal Carolina Community College, Vocational Skills Building Room 104 B/C, 444 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, NC 28546

Registration.  This is a FREE event.   Online registration is closed.  Walk-in registrations are welcome and encouraged. 

Post-Event Materials. 

This training will provide businesses with the basic knowledge required to compete, win and execute components of $1.7 billion in Hurricane Florence Recovery construction work at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River and MCAS Cherry Point.  Businesses will learn:

  • Role of key agencies and contractors in the recovery program – who owns, acquires, executes, supervises and pays for the work
    • Marine Corps Installations East (MCIEast)
    • Camp Lejeune, MCAS Cherry Point, MCAS New River
    • Global contingency contractor (ECC)
    • MACC holders – what/who they are, how they factor into the program (if at all)
    • Anticipated package single-primes, possible “sub-prime” general contractors
  • Scope and timelines for the seven hurricane recovery packages – and opportunities for general contractors, specialty contractors, construction suppliers and supporting businesses
  • Tools to identify, market and qualify your business to support package prime contractors, supporting general contractors and first tier subcontractors
    • hurricane recovery page
    • (interested vendors)
    • Consolidated teaming forums / individual prime teaming forums
    • Capabilities statements, marketing materials – value quotient for your business
  • Administrative and logistical requirements, including:
    • Teaming agreements
    • Insurance and bonding
    • Workforce, base access and certified payroll
    • Sources of supply
    • Dispute resolution and subcontractor payment
  • Resources to assist prime and subcontractors to compete, execute and logistically support this work:
    • Federal: MCIEast small business office, NAVFAC MIDLANT small business office, SBA
    • State: NCMBC, PTAC
    • Local: City of Jacksonville, County of Onslow, Jacksonville-Onslow Economic Development
    • Private Sector: Chamber, Carolinas AGC, ABC Carolinas, Defense Alliance of NC

This basic-level training is oriented at existing businesses, active in the civilian market and interested in engaging in federal construction work at these installations.  Other participants may include current federal contractors that are interested in assuming greater roles in federal work through this hurricane recovery program. 

The NCMBC and Coastal Carolina Community College will co-host this basic training at least monthly through May/June 2020.  They will also co-host intermediate-level training on key processes included in this training in future stand-alone workshops.  Related, Coastal Carolina will host a Trades Academy to prepare potential workforce for this work.  Interested businesses should monitor the NCMBC, Coastal Carolina and local agency websites for announcements of additional training opportunities. 

The NC Military Business Center, the NC Community College System, and the State of North Carolina do not officially endorse events. These items are posted strictly for the information and convenience of NCMBC customers.

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