Eligible small firms that want to pursue business opportunities with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) now have a resource specifically designed to enable them to do just that.
Georgia DOT’s State Supported Funding Program has opened a Business Resource Help Center to assist eligible disadvantaged business enterprises, and registered small and veteran-owned businesses in identifying and responding to business opportunities funded by the Transportation Funding Act of 2015. These include a backlog of statewide routine maintenance projects like crack sealing; pothole repair; concrete slab repair; drainage work; roadway striping; guardrail repair; right-of-way clearing; vegetation maintenance; tree trimming; mowing; litter pick-up and more. These routine maintenance activities offer DBEs and small and medium-sized businesses—who may have not previously worked with Georgia DOT—the opportunity to establish themselves as a qualified contractor to bid on projects.
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Learn more about GDOT’s State Supported Funding Program at: http://gdotstateprojects.com/