$26M Deferred Maintenance 
Campus-Wide Improvements
Subs Needed
Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) and
Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired (TSBVI)
The state of Texas has identified a severe shortage of  qualified subcontractors for the  $1.1 Billion of work currently in the pipeline. It's not too late for subs to position themselves to be a part of this massive effort. Primes are actively seeking qualified subs. Not sure if you're "qualified"? We can help you! Resources are available,  at no cost, for business owners who haven't done government contracting before, aren't certified or may need help with bonding, insurance or access to capital.

In an effort to make it  as easy as possible  for  as many business owners as possible  to become qualified, we're bringing together the key players involved in each of the large projects to meet with you  before  the projects go out for bid.

Please note, these will not be formal pre-bid conferences. They are informal opportunities for potential subs to get to know the TFC project managers, prime contractors, other subs, insurance/bonding & funding resources and mentors who can help you become qualified. 

Thursday, April 13, 2017 
9:00 am - 2:00 pm 

Texas Department of State Health Services
909 W. 45th St., Building 2
Austin, TX 78751

Program Lineup
HUB Vendor Program - Yolanda Strey, TFC HUB Coordinator
Project Overview - Lissi Riedel, TFC Project Manager
Working with the Prime-  Flintco Construction
Panel of Advisors/Mentors Who Can Help you Become Qualified
Panel of Speakers from Insurance, Bonding, Funding

Trades Included in this Project
Concrete /  Concrete Reinforcing
Metal Fabrications
Membrane Roofing 
Joint Sealants
Doors & Frames
Entrances, Storefronts & Curtain Walls 
Plaster & Gypsum Board 
Flooring Treatment /  Carpeting
Painting & Coating
Epoxy Coatings
Toilet Compartments /  Toilet, Bath & Laundry Accessories
Metal Lockers
Swimming Pools
Fire Suppression
Plumbing /  Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning
Earthwork /  Erosion & Sedimentation Controls
Pavement Markings
Register Here_
Event Questions:  Nora Saim,
Project Questions: Shannon Dunn,
HUB Certification Questions: Jacqueline  Todd,

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