DC contractors and trades wanted.
The Menkiti Group is transforming a prominent intersection in Historic Anacostia into a new gateway for Ward 8, and we are seeking DC businesses to participate in this landmark project.
Building contractors and trades of all types are needed, for pre-construction services through the building process, to post-occupancy service providers.
We urge DC businesses to apply for certification and to take advantage of the many services provided by the DC Department of Small and Local Business (DSLBD) to DC certified businesses.
Please complete the form below to stay informed of project updates and for future contracting opportunity meetings.
Thank you for your interest in the MLK Gateway project.
Ward 7 and 8 Sub-Contractors Wanted
Attention! An invitation to bid for the MLK Gateway Parking lot has just been released and all Ward 7 and Ward 8 sub-contractors are encouraged to apply. To apply please download the FTP below and click the "YES, I will bid" button.
Prepare your materials and submit by Friday, April 9 at 10:00am.
Download the FTP: http://docs.consigli.com
FTP Folder: 16-310 - MLK Gateway Parking Lot
Indicate Your Response:
Project Description: REVISED DOCUMENTS ADDED ADDITIONAL SPACES. New parking lot. Including Site demolition, grading, asphalt paving, concrete paving, curb & gutter, sidewalk, striping, fencing, and card reader.
Project Schedule: 8 Weeks
MLK Gateway in DC – Contractor Training Series
We are excited to share that Consigli and Keystone Plus Construction hosted monthly educational classes for subcontractors in Wards 7 and 8. Classes will be taught by leaders from Consigli, Keystone Plus Construction, H2 Design Build, and The Menkiti Group.
09/28/2021 | 1. Completing Scope Sheets/Responding to Bid Invites
10/26/2021 | 2. Descoping, Leveling & Award Process
11/16/2021 | 3. Project Management
12/14/2021 | 4. Jobsite Safety & Training
01/25/2022 | 5. Quality Control
02/22/2022 | 6. Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Designation & Compliance
04/26/2022 | 7. Real Estate Development