Clients & Projects

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Prince Georges County Blueprint Schools Program

The Blueprint Schools Program consists of activities to design, build, finance and maintain six schools by December 2023. There is a need to track minority business and workforce participation on an ongoing basis. The intent is to exceed the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) goal commitment of 30% with a minimum of 20% of those MBE contracts directed towards Prince George’s County Based Businesses (CBB).

• Accelerate delivery of critical school facilities by leveraging out-year funding and transferring schedule risk.
• Addressing the County’s school construction backlog, and advancing the Educational Facilities Master Plan.
• Create a positive educational environment for students and staff.
• Achieve cost-effectiveness and economies of scale by bundling multiple schools into a single package.
• Integrating design and construction with life cycle maintenance.
• Leverage the project for the benefit of public education and the community.
• Linking the Project Agreement to other community benefits, such as workforce development, mentor-protégé programs, apprenticeship programs.
• Trained subcontractors on how to utilize OCS (BTG’s inhouse Online Compliance System.)
• Performed audit of certified payroll for specific contractors while also conducting program–wide monitoring/reporting.

Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel (HRBT)

The I-64 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) is one of the country’s most important and iconic stretches of public infrastructure. The 3.5-mile facility consists of twin two-lane immersed-tube tunnels on man made islands, with trestle bridges leading to each shore. These tunnels are approximately 7,500 feet long. Traffic on these four lanes exceeds 100,000 vehicles per day during peak summer traffic. With an estimated value of $3.8 billion, the HRBT Expansion Project presents hundreds of millions of dollars in contract opportunities for Virginia’s small businesses.

• By utilizing real-time tracking of contract goals through OCS (Online Compliance System,) the client can mitigate the risks associated with failing to meet those goals.
• Implementing OCS for this project has enabled the client to have a unified document management system for all compliance documents, simplifying the compliance audit process for both VDOT and FHWA.
• Provided program management strategies and tools to VDOT Civil Rights Office.
• Provided support to Hampton Roads Connector Partners (HRCP.)
• Supported HRBT DBE outreach efforts.
• Conducted Certified Payroll reviews.
• Conducted CUF Reviews.
• Conducted Davis Bacon Reviews.
• Provided weekly and monthly reporting.
• Provided detailed OJT reporting and monitoring.
• Provided prompt payment verification.

MDOT P3 Traffic Relief

MDOT Traffic Relief Program is a $9 - $11 billion Public-Private Partnership (P3) Program for I-495 & I-270 corridors (impacting Frederick, Montgomery and Prince Georges counties. Primary objective of this AWP2 task order is to provide oversight, plan, mobilize resources and infrastructure as well as implement strategies and innovative approaches to economic growth and employment by establishing an EEO, Diversity and Inclusion program (Opportunity MDOT) for M/DBE firms and job seekers.

•Provided innovative diversity and inclusion as well as risk management strategies and tools.
• Provided diversity and inclusion best practices and thought leadership for large P3 construction infrastructure programs.
• Provided analysis to support M/DBE goal setting for Phase 1 Pre-Development goals.
• Provided new job classifications (Professional Services and Trades) as well as training requirements aligned with Phase 1 Pre-Development work types.
• Developed strategies and plans for diversity and inclusion programmatic elements and requirements.
• Facilitated Stakeholder Management activities with MDOT The Secretary’s Office, State Highway Administration leadership and P3 leaderships.
• Served as advocate for and supported inclusion throughout project mobilization and delivery – including Design, Construction and O&M.
• Designed and established “OpMDOT Center of Excellence” to provide technology infrastructure and serve as an Operations Center for M3 data analysis, OCS compliance system and WOA job seeker assistance system.

Program Management Consultant (PMC) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program.

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is committed to improving statewide mobility and building a connected transportation network. The Major Mobility Investment Program’s (MMIP) initial 13 transportation projects were identified to help move this goal forward. The MMIP includes three major express lanes projects, three major interchange projects, three major widening projects, three advanced improvement projects and one commercial vehicle lanes project. The projects will create additional capacity for more reliable trip times, more efficient movement of freight, safety improvements, and expanded multimodal options, including transit. BTG leads the effort to maximize nearly $2 billion in opportunities to engage DBE firms in meaningful work that will promote the development, growth, and sustainability of businesses and development of resources for the OID Program based on the projects.

• Co-facilitated 4 SOW session for the I-16/I-95 project resulting in 3 SOW opportunities awarded to DBE firms valued at $5M.
• Established a DBE Monthly Workgroup Meeting with I-16/I-95 contractor and project stakeholder.
• Successfully executed a GDOT DBE Bootcamp series for DBE firms with a focus on successfully navigating the requirements and opportunities within GDOT and the MMIP program.
• Utilize BTG’s proprietary Online Compliance System (OCS) to monitor progress of a project against established goals, track and record payments, and store compliance documentation.
• Developed a MMIP DBE Compliance Manual - Guidance for administering DBE Program compliance for the PMC, GEC/OVF and CQAF on the project.
• Established a strategic network of advocate partners throughout the state.
• Developed a DBE database identifying known DBE firms in the State of Georgia and surrounding states using NAICS description codes.