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Gateway to Puget Sound Hosts Voluntary Submitters Meeting, September 11, 2019
Tabor 100 Celebrates 20 Years of Making a Vision Reality at their Annual Gala Event, September 28, 2019
Read more about this project, and WSDOT's other designated Mega Programs on our Featured Projects page, here.
Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier development Council will work with The City of Seattle over the next 12 months to provide recruitment outreach and business technical assistance for engagement, growth and expansion of their services within the City of Seattle. You can read more about this venture here.
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21st Annual Africa Day Business Forum: Agribusiness and Investment (Oct, 19 2019)
African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest hosted the premier venue for businesses to explore opportunities in Africa. The event featured government officials, dignitaries, business leaders, industry experts, and other exceptional guests to Seattle to discuss trade between the United States and Africa. Read more here.
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National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) Washington Chapter Honors Regina Glenn with Diversity Advocate of the year Award
Tucci and Sons Honored at 10th Annual Champions of Inclusion and Business After Hours Event
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Learn about WSDOT Professional Services Consultant's Program and Pre-qualification Process
We, at Pacific Communications Consultants, Inc., are deeply concerned about the rapidly evolving situation surrounding COVID-19. We suspect you are too. As part of our leadership, we wanted to reach out.
COVID-19 will materially impact the cash flows of many businesses and nonprofits. We wanted to share a few resources. Click here to read more.
Regina Glenn, President of Pacific Communications Consultants, Inc. was honored as the Diversity Advocate of the Year. "Advocacy is what Pacific Communications Consultants, Inc. is all about, so I am deeply honored by this privilege," Regina Glenn said. "To be recognized by my colleague from the agencies and businesses owners is an affirmation that my efforts have borne fruit for many. That was always my goal. Our company's theme is to advocate, collaborate, inform, and engage with our clients to help diverse businesses grow. This award personifies that." Read more about this event here.
Regina Glenn facilitated a discussion for businesses to learn the pros and cons behind being, or working with MWBE-certified firms at this dinner event, Thursday, October 17 from 5:30-7:30pm.
WSDOT Hosts Contractor Open House for Construction & Design
Do you know the Pre-qualification Process for consultants working for WSDOT? The information has been recently updated. Check out the latest here! (Click below to see the information larger!)
Congratulations, Regina Glenn! COMTO's Outstanding Leadership Award Recipient for 2019
NWM MSDC and the City of Seattle Partner to Develop and Launch City of Seattle's Technical Assistance Services Program
WSDOT teamed up with primed contractors to provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about current projects, network with prime contractors, meeting WSDOT mega project and regional staff, and received information about state certification.
The Washington Chapter of National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC - WA) held its 3rd Annual Minority and Women Business Enterprise Awards Gala on October 4th, 2019. NAMC handed out six awards at the event: The Emerging Business Award went to Young-Sang Song, owner of Song Consulting, LLC; the Established Business Award went to Tunista Construction LLC; the General Contractor of the Year was Hensel Phelps; the recipient of the Public Agency of the Year Award was Washington Department of Enterprise Services; and the Founder's Award was given to NAMC president, Robert Armstead.