DOT Subcontracting Directory (2022)

Vendor NameVendor Physical AddressNAICS CodeMajor Products/Service Lines 1Official's Name and PhoneAAI CORPORATION

318 CLUBHOUSE RD HUNT VALLEY, MD. 210311

541710RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES

Mark Hitch (410) 628-3459

ABACUS TECHNOLOGY

5404 WISCONSIN AVENUE, SUITE 1100

CHEVY CHASE, MD. 20815

541519OTHER COMPUTER RELATED SERVICESJANE CROSS (301)215-7593ABHE & SVOBODA INC

17066 REVERE WAY PRIOR LAKE, MN 55372

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJames Svoboda (952) 447-6025ACE ENGINEERING, INC.S

1880 WRIGHT AVE

LA VERNE, CA. 91750-58243

236220COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONSEunice Lee (210) 392-4600ADVERTISING COUNCIL, INC., THE

815 2ND AVE FL 9

New York, NY 10017-4503

541810ADVERTISING AGENCIESJon Fish (212) 984-1945AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES

6800 PARK TEN BLVD,

SAN ANTONIO, TX. 78213

541330ENGINEERING SERVICESEllen Mack (210) 296-2004ALION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

1000 BURR RIDGE PKWY SUITE 202 BURR RIDGE, IL 60527

541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCESCLAIRESSE JACKSON (703)259-5142AMEC ENVIRONMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE CORPORATION751 ARBOR WAY, SUITE 180 BLUE BELL, PA 19422541330ENGINEERING SERVICESHOLLY HUTSON (770)360-0624AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS444 N CAPITOL ST NW STE 249 Washington, DC. 20001-1551813910BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONSJenet Adem (202) 624-5816AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC.4901 S. WINDERMERE ST LITTLEJOHN, CO 80120237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONGrant Johns (303)730.4534AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC.950 N GLEBE RD STE 210 ARLINGTON, VA. 22203541720RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENTJoy Miller (703)838-1976APPLIED RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.

430 SAN MATEO BLVD ND SUITE A220

ALBURQUERQUE, NM. 87110

541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Michael Lalla

(505) 881-8074

ARINC INCORPORATED2551 RIVA RD
ANNAPOLIS, MD. 21401541330ENGINEERING SERVICESThomas Baugher (410) 266-2314ATKINS NORTH AMERICA

4030 WEST BOY SCOUT BOULEVARD, SUITE 700

TAMPA, FL 33607

541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Audrey Mack

(305)514-3238

AUI, INC.7420 READING AVENUE SE ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 87105237310HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONKATHRYN JORDAN (505)242-4848AYRES ASSOCIATES, INC.3665 JOHN F KENNEDY PKWY BLDG 2-200 FORT COLLINS, COLORADO 80525541330ENGINEERING SERVICESANTHONY ALVARADO (970)797-3501BAE SYSTEMS SAN FRANCISCO SHIP REPAIR, INC.

FOOT OF 20TH ST PIER 70

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. 94107

336611SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRINGHugh Vanderspek (415)861-7447BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE505 KING AVENUE
COLUMBUS, OH. 43201541330ENGINEERING SERVICESWarren K Weaver (614) 424-4515BMT DESIGNERS & PLANNERS, INC.2120 WASHINGTON BLVD STE 200
ARLINGTON, VA. 22204-5708541330ENGINEERING SERVICESCharles Behrle (703) 920-7070BOEING COMPANY, THE7755 E MARGINAL WAY S
SEATTLE, WA. 98108541690SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICESFelix Ngoussou (206) 544-0466BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INCORPORATED8283 GREENSBORO DRIVE MCLEAN, VA. 22102541990PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICESAshley Burton (703) 902-5891BURNS ENGINEERING INC1835 MARKET ST STE 300 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19103541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESTamara Nicholson (215) 979-7700CAMBRIDGE SYSTEMATICS, INC.100 CAMBRIDGE PARK DRIVE
CAMBRIDGE, MA. 02140541990ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICESAllison Karoly (617) 354-0167CARDNO TEC INC2496 OLD IVY RD STE 300 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 22903541330ENGINEERING SERVICESRichard Evans (434)295-4446CARNEGIE MELON UNIVERSITY5000 FORBES AVE PITTSBURGH, PA 15213611310COLLEGES, UNIVERSITIES AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLSELIZABETH MILAVEC (412)268-5904CB&i FEDERAL SERVICES LLC2370 TOWNE CENTER BLVD BATON ROUGE, LA 70806541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESREBECCA THOMPSON (407)404-1505CDM FEDERAL PROGRAMS3201 JERMANTOWN ROAD, FAIRFAX, VA. 22030237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJeffrey Montera (303) 383-2300CDM FEDERAL PROGRAMS CORPORATIONONE CAMBRIDGE CENTER 50 HAMPSHIRE ST
CAMBRIDGE, MA. 02139541330ENGINEERING SERVICESDavid A. Martin (703) 968-0900CENTURY COMPANIES, INC.501 1ST AVE. N LEWISTOWN, MT. 59457237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJohn Twedt (406)535.1282CH2M HILL, INC.9191 S JAMAICA ST ENGLEWOOD, CO. 80112541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESWillie Franklin (720) 286-2274

CHARLES BLALOCK & SONS, INC.

409 HENDERSON RD SEVIERVILLE, TN. 37862237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Allen Blalock (865) 453-2809

CHERRY HILL CONSTRUCTION, INC.8211 WASHINGTON BLVD
JESSUP, MD. 20794-9466237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONKevin J. Woods (914) 739-1908COMPUTER SCIENCES CORPORATION15000 Conference Center Drive Chantilly, VA 20151541690OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Teena Sirohi

(703) 818-4915

CORMAN-WAGMAN, A JOINT VENTURE

12001 GUILFORD RD

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD. 20701

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Arthur Cox, III

(301)953-0900

CUBRC, INC.4455 GENESEE STREET SUITE 106 BUFFALO, NY 14225541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)TRACEY GERTZ (716) 204.5111DANIEL J EDELMAN INC200 E RANDOLPH ST FL 63 CHICAGO, IL. 60601541820PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCIES

Gene Koch(212) 704-4560

DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES, INC.2100 SW RIVER PKWY
PORTLAND, OR 97201541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Ted Williams(503) 499-0394

DELOITTE FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES, LLP

555 12TH STREET NW SUITE 500 WASHINGTON, DC 20004

541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESKimberly Gibson (571) 858-0176DELON HAMPTON & ASSOCIATES, CHARTERED INC.900 7TH ST NW STE 800 WASHINGTON, DC. 20001541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Loretta Morris

(202) 898-1999

EA ENGINEERING, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY, INC.

225 SCHILLING CIRCLE HUNT VALLEY, MD. 21031

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541690OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICESIAN MACFARLANE (410)584.7000EDAG, INC.

275 REX BLVD

AUBURN HILLS, MI 48326

541330ENGINEERING SERVICESRainer Bauer (248) 588-3134EIC ASSOCIATES140 MOUNTAIN AVE STE 303 SPRINGFIELD, NJ 07081237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Leo Pflug (973)315-0208

ENGILITY CORP.300 CONCORD RD STE 400 BILLERICA, MA. 01821541690SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Jeannine Guilbault

(978) 671-1145

ENSCO, INC.3110 FAIRVIEW PARK DR STE 300
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 22042 - 4536541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Kimberly Auandee

(703) 321-4478

FANN CONTRACTING, INC.1403 INDUSTRIAL WAY
PRESCOTT, AZ. 86301 - 6504237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Linda Obrien

(928) 778-0170

FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL INC.MARINE AIR TERMINAL LA GUARDIA AIRPORT
FLUSING, NY. 11371611512FLIGHT TRAINING

John Marino

(202) 661-4700

FUGRO CONSULTANTS, LP6100 HILLCROFT TECH BLDG HOUSTON, TX. 77081541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Emily Farquhar

(713) 369-6100

GANNETT FLEMING INC207 SENATE AVE
CAMP HILL, PA. 17011541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Kate Berrigan(703) 277-9505

GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY1 RESEARCH CIR NISKAYUNA,NY 12309541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)Elizabeth Hulihan (518)387-7940GEOCONCEPTS ENGINEERING19955 HIGHLAND VISTA DR SUITE 170 ASHBURN, VA. 20147541330ENGINEERING SERVICESELIZABETH VESPER (703)726-8030GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY4400 UNIVERSITY DR FAIRFAX, VA. 22030541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)Mike Laskofski (703)993-2295GRANITE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY585 W BEACH ST WATSONVILLE, CA. 95076237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJerry Neufeld (469)635-6023HALCROW, INC.22 CORTLANDT ST FL 31
NEW YORK, NY. 10007541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Andri Iakovou

(281) 668-0200

HDR ENGINEERING, INC.440 S. CHURCH STREET, CHARLOTTE, NC. 28202541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Jackie Hacker

(913) 485-1345

HILL INTERNATIONAL30 SOUTH 15TH ST PHILADELPHIA, PA 19102541330ENGINEERING SERVICESMichael Griffin (215) 309-7750HK CONTRACTORS6350 S YELLOWSTONE HWY IDAHO FALLS, ID. 83402237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONSteve Giles (208)523-6600HNTB2900 S. Quincy St., Suite 600; Arlington, VA 22206541611Administrative Management and General Management Consulting ServicesVincent Gallagher (610) 290-5115

HOHL INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC.

770 RIVERVIEW BLVD TONAWANDA, NY 14150237990OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION

TOM Habdo (716) 332-0466

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC1985 DOUGLAS DR N
GOLDEN VALLEY, MN. 55422334511SEARCH, DETECTION, NAVIGATION, GUIDANCE, AERONAUTICAL, AND NAUTICAL SYSTEM AND INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURING

Michael Karmann

(410) 682-8244

HUGHES ASSOCIATES, INC.3610 COMMERCE DR, STE 817
BALTIMORE, MD. 21227 - 1640541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Joseph L. Scheffey

(410) 737-8677

ICF INC.9300 LEE HIGHWAY FAIRFAX, VA. 22031541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESMichael Gray (703)934-3527

INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS, INC.

1627 EYE ST NW STE 600 WASHINGTON, DC 20006813920SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- DATA (OTHER THAN SCIENTIFIC)

Edward R. Stollof (202) 785-0060

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA

1100 17TH ST NW SUITE 1200 WAASHINGTON, DC. 20036

541690OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICESTom Kern (202)484-4847INTERMOUNTAIN SLURRY SEAL, INC.1000 NORTH WARM SPRINGS
SALT LAKE CITY, UT. 84116-2321237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Jerry Neufeld

(469) 635-6023

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

1350 BEARDSHEAR HALL

AMES, IA 50011

611310ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICESTammy Polaski (515) 294-5225ITERIS, INC.1700 CARNEGIE AVE STE 100
SANTA ANA, CA. 92705 - 5551334290OTHER COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING

Dan Gilliam

(949) 270-9606

JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC.1100 N GLEBE RD STE 500
ARLINGTON, VA. 22201541611Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services

Willie Franklin

(720) 286-2274

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JOHNSON, MIRMIRAN & THOMPSON, INC.72 LOVETON CIR
SPARKS , MD. 21152-9202541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Sally Philbin

(410) 329-3100

KCI TECHNOLOGIES INCORPORATED10 N PARK DR
COCKEYSVILLE, MD. 21030541310ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

Deborah Boyd

(410) 316.7800

KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE WEST CO2200 COLUMBIA HOUSE BLVD
VANCOUVER, WA. 98661 - 7753237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

David Goldfried

(360) 693-1478

KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.3001 WESTON PKWY
CARY, NC. 27513541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Dean Henigsman

(972) 770-1321

KNIFE RIVER CORPORATION - NORTHWEST32260 OLD HIGHWAY 34 TANGENT, OR. 97389237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJustin Tietz(208)562-5038KITTELSON & ASSOCIATES, INC.610 SW ALDER ST STE 700
PORTLAND, OR. 97205 - 3608541990ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Mark Vandehey

(503) 228-5230

KNIFE RIVER CORPORATION - NORTHWEST

32260 OLD HWY 34

TANGENT, OR. 97389

237310CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, AND RAILWAYSLInda Rediger (541) 918-5100LACY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY24474 HWY 135 CRESTTED BUTTE, CO. 81224237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONBill Lacy (970)349-5010LAS VEGAS PAVING CORPORATION

4420 S DECATUR BLVD

LAS VEGAS, NV 89103

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Darren Keser

(702) 251-5800

LE GRAND JOHNSON CONSTRUCTION CO1000 S MAIN ST
LOGAN, UT. 84341 - 0248237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Larry J. Jardine

(435) 787-6001

L.P.C. & D. INCCARR 937 KM 3.0 BO BOQUERON
LAS PIEDRAS, PR. 00771 - 0000237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Pedro Feliciano

(787) 733-6121

LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION9221 Corporate Blvd
Rockville, MD. 20850 - 3248541690OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Melissa Clymer

(720) 328-3465

THE LOUIS BERGER GROUP, INC.412 MOUNT KEMBLE AVENUE MORRISTOWN, NJ. 79606541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESJames Bach (973)407-1000MACROSYS, LLC1901 N MOORE ST STE 509 ARLINGTON, VA. 22209541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESVIncent Fang (202)491-8075MCCARTHY BUILDING COMPANIES, INC.1341 N ROCK HILL RD
SAINT LOUIS, MO. 63124 - 1441237990OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION

Tom Kreher

(314) 919-2253

McKissack-Liro Joint Venture1001 Avenue of the Americas, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10018541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESKimberly Hardy (212)349-6500MICHAEL BAKER JR INCORPORATED4301 DUTCH RIDGE ROAD
BEAVER, PA. 15009611430PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

Raymond A. Hartle, P.E

(412) 269-7905

MIDMOUNTAIN CONTRACTORS, INC.

825 5TH AVE

KIRKLAND, WA 98033

237310CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, AND RAILWAYSTime Welborn (425)202-3600MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY

307 MONTANA HALL

BOZEMAN, MT 59717

541330ENGINEERING SERVICESLeslei Schmidt (406)994-2381NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES2101 CONSTITUTION AVE NW WASHINGTON, D.C. 20410541990PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Joyce A. Tillman

(202) 334-1347

NAVTEQ CORPORATION

425 W RANDOLPH ST

CHICAGO, IL 60606

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541990ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICESClofford Allison (703)217-9267NEEL-SCHAFFER, INC.125 S CONGRESS ST STE 1100, JACKSON, MS 39225-2625541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Mark G. Bailey

(601) 948-3071

NOBLIS, INC.3150 FAIRVIEW PARK DR
FALLS CHURCH, VA. 22042541990PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Diane Whitmoyer

(703) 610-1917

OFFICE DEPOT, INC.6304 WOODSIDE CT STE 1 COLUMBIA, MD. 21046453210OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY STORES

Robert Embrey

(800) 890-4914 ext. 3060

OFTEDAL CONSTRUCTION, INC.434 MT 59 N MILES CITY, MT 59301237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONJeffrey McDonald (307)232-2303PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF INC465 SPRINGPARK PLACE HERNDON, VA. 20170541330ENGINEERING SERVICESKenneth Taura (703)742-5818PB AMERICAS, INC.75 ARLINGTON STREET 9TH FL BOSTON, MA. 02116541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Michelle K,. Ennis

(410) 246-0536

PENNONI ASSOCIATES INC.

3001 MARKET ST STE 200 FL 2
PHILADELPHIA, PA.

19104 - 2897

541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Jonathan C. Savage

(215) 222-3000

PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE

201 OLD MAIN
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA.

16802 - 1505

541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Dr. John Hanold

(814) 865-1372

PERFORMTECH INC.810 KING ST ALEXANDRIA, VA. 22314-3017611430PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

Emma M. Lopo-Sullivan

(703) 548-0320

PGH WONG ENGINEERING

182 2ND ST STE 500
SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

94105

541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Veronika Tan

(415) 566-0800

PHILLIPS AND JORDAN, INCORPORATED

6621 WILBANKS RD
KNOXVILLE, TN.

37912 - 1397

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Patrick McMullen

(865) 688-8342

PMA Consultants LLC

455 Market Street, Suite 1270

San Francisco, CA 94105

541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICESBruce Stephan (415) 813-5000POST BUCKLEY SCHUH & JERNIGAN INC200 DANGERFIELD RD STE 201 ALEXANDRIA, VA. 22314541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Lourdes Fernandez

(305) 514-3279

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES, INC.

1901 S MEYERS RD STE 400
OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL.

60181 - 5208

541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)

Mohammad S. Khan, PhD, PE

(703) 234-5301

QINETIQ NORTH AMERICA, INC.7918 JONES BRANCH DRIVE
MCLEAN, VA. 22102 - 3337541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Judy Spiridigliozzi

(781) 684-4271

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RAYTHEON COMPANY1001 BOSTON POST RD E
MARLBOROUGH, MA. 01753541690SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Valerie King

(508) 490-2331

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN503 THOMPSON ST ANN ARBOR, MI 48109541720RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIESKathryn Dewitt (734)936-1288RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK106 CONVENT AVE NEW YORK, NY 10031.541712RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHYSICAL, ENGINEERING, AND LIFE SCIENCES (EXCEPT BIOTECHNOLOGY)Jarnee Bramlette (212)417.8587RIVERSIDE CONTRACTING, INC.5571 ALLOY SOUTH MISSOULA, MT 59808237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONDwayne Rehbein (406)721-9267ROAD & HIGHWAY BUILDERS, LLC.96 GLEN CARRAN CIR STE 106 SPARKS, NV.89431237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONCrystal Erickson (775)852-7283ROBERT PECCIA AND ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED825 W CUSTER AVE
HELENA, MN. 59602541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Brian Wacker

(406) 447-5000

SAE INTERNATIONAL400 COMMONWEALTH DRIVE WARRENDALE, PA. 15096541330ENGINEERING SERVICESDavid L Schutt (724)776-4841SAFETY RESEARCH CORP OF AMERICA LLC807 DONNELL BLVD STE Q
DALEVILLE, AL. 36322611710EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Susan Crump

(334) 598-8893

SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION10260 CAMPUS POINT DR
SAN DIEGO, CA. 92121541690SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Rochelle Lowe

(858) 826-7406

SGT, INC.7701 GREENBELT RDSTE 400 GREENBELT, MD. 20770541519COMPUTER RELATED SERVICES

Marianne Dailey

(301) 489-1128

SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL & INFRASTRUCTURE, INC.228 STRAWBRIDGE DR MOORESTOWN, NJ. 08057541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Edward Bark

(410) 612-6303

SHIRLEY CONTRACTING COMPANY, LLC.

8435 BACKLICK RD,

LORTON, VA. 22079

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Dan Clymore

(703) 550-8100

SKANSKA USA CIVIL

22419 CR G

CORTEZ, CO. 81321

237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTIONGeorge Cuckie (970)565-8000

SLONE ASSOCIATES, INC.

835 GIL HARBIN INDUSTRIAL BLVD

VALDOSTA, GA 31601

237310CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, AND RAILWAYSWilliam Slone (229)244-6709STANTEC CONSULTING INC.8211 S 48TH ST
PHOENIX, AR. 85044541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Larry Hazzard

(818) 594-0040

STV INCORPORATED225 PARK AVE S
NEW YORK, NY. 10003541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Margarita D. Gagliardi

(212) 614-3313

SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS CORPORATION4300 FAIR LAKES CT
FAIRFAX, VA. 22033541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Mark D. Connel

(703) 322-4969

TAPANI UNDERGROUND, INC.1904 SE 6TH PL, BATTLE GROUND, WA. 98604541330ENGINEERING SERVICES

Cliff Hallock

(360) 989-5287

TEXAS A&M TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE3135 TAMU COLLEGE STATION, TX. 77843541712R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)Mary Levien (979)458-1679THE TINKER COMPANY1835 DUEBER AVE SW CANTON, OH 4471833612SPEED CHANGER, INDUSTRIAL HIGH-SPEED DRIVE, AND GEAR MANUFACTURINGJeffrey Franks (303)471.3309TOTE SERVICES, INC.302 HARPER DR STE 200 MOORESTOWN, NJ 80574541330ENGINEERING SERVICESMitch Walker (856)770-5621TRANSYSTEMS CORPORATION505 14TH STREET OAKLAND, CA. 94612541330ENGINEERING SERVICESTina Tam (510)835-9889TUCCI & SONS, INC.4224 WALLER RD E, TACOMA, WA. 98443237310HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

Denise Roach

(253) 922-6676

URBAN ENGINEERS, INC.530 WALNUT ST 14TH FL PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19106541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Bernard Carolan

(215) 922-8080

URS GROUP12420 MILESTONE CENTER DRIVE, GERMANTOWN, MD. 20876541611ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES

Lisa Dewes

(301) 820-3589

VANASSE HANGEN BRUSTLIN, INC.101 WALNUT ST
WATERTOWN, MA. 02472541990ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Becky Bozadjian

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(617) 924-1770

VIGOR MARINE LLC5555 N CHANNEL AVE BLDG 71 PORTLAND, OR. 97217336611SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRINGGreg Lind (503)247-1556WAGMAN INDUSTRIAL SERVICES3290 SUSQUEHANNA TRAIL
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FAQs

How are sub contractors selected? ›

Selected subcontractors are selected by the main contractor from a list of suitable subcontractors provided by the client. As the main contractor has some control over the selection, they then become responsible for the procurement and works of the selected subcontractor as if they were a domestic subcontractor.

What is the problem with subcontracting? ›

Disadvantages of contracting and subcontracting

Your own staff may resent contractors being paid more money for doing similar work to them. If you use a contractor that then uses a subcontractor, you have no direct control over the quality of subcontractors' work.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having subcontracting? ›

Choosing to be a subcontractor can mean a reliable source of work without seeking new clients or being employed by a company. However, it can come with some significant drawbacks — pay may be less reliable, taxes may be more complicated and you'll probably have less control over who you work with on a day-to-day basis.

What is the major benefit in subcontracting process? ›

Subcontracting can reduce the risk associated with hiring staff by ensuring you are getting a safe pair of hands from an established company to help your business. Taking into account salaries and associated costs, you can be looking at a 20 to 30 percent more cost effective solution than hiring full-time staff.

Why are sub contractors nominated? ›

Nominated subcontractor ,A nominated sub-contractor is often appointed after the main contractor has started work, so one of the client benefits is that specialist design can continue after work has commenced on site.

What is the risk of subcontracting work? ›

Losing Control of the Schedule

Delays, clashes between subcontractors, and excessive time on activities are just a few of the issues that multiply when sub subbies work the job. Lack of authority over the sub subcontractor often amplifies the problem.

Is being a subcontractor worth it? ›

Benefits of subcontracting

Subcontractors have the option to accept or decline projects as they see fit and to work on their own schedules. This grants the flexibility to choose jobs that enhance your skills or professional network and can create extra time in your schedule.

What is the risk for subcontractors? ›

contract and legal risks concerning indemnity, payment conditions, site conditions, disputes and more; financial risks such as credit, payment, cash flow and insurance; political/regulatory risks, such as employment, lien and contract law risks, as well as regulatory and administrative law risks; and.

How do I protect myself as a subcontractor? ›

To ensure you're protected from start to finish, always follow these protocols before you hire.
  1. Get Proof of Bonding, Licenses, and Insurance. ...
  2. Don't Base Your Decision Solely on Price. ...
  3. Ask for References. ...
  4. Avoid Paying Too Much Upfront. ...
  5. Secure a Written Contract. ...
  6. Be Wary of Pressure and Scare Tactics.
7 Sept 2021

What are the three main problems which the workers face in subcontracting? ›

Work delays, non-adherence to main contractors' instructions, sub-contractors absence from site, partnering the work with another sub-contractor without getting the approval of the main contractor, lack of proper equipment, the sub-contractor insolvency, poor health and safety compliance by sub-contractors, the sub- ...

Is it better to be a subcontractor or employee? ›

Is there a difference between an employee and a subcontractor? If a worker is an employee you are responsible for withholding and paying the employment-related taxes. If your worker is a subcontractor, he is responsible for keeping his or her own records and paying his or her own income and self-employment taxes.

What percentage should a subcontractor get? ›

As a very rough rule of thumb, the profit for the subcontractor should lie somewhere between 3-5% of the total job, but there is no fixed rule. Where there is some room in your agreement for negotiation is what you consider the margin for profit and what you might classify as 'contingency.

What is the disadvantage of subcontracting? ›

Working independently and being your own boss has its disadvantages too. Subcontractors have to pay their own taxes and keep a track of expenses which in itself is quite a burden. Lot of time is wasted in calculating the taxes to be paid on a quarterly or yearly basis for all the work that has been done.

How can I improve my subcontractor performance? ›

Here are six things to remember when managing your subcontractors:
  1. Contracts and project safety compliance. ...
  2. Provide information ahead of schedule. ...
  3. Hold regular meetings. ...
  4. Sign and acknowledge receipt of documentation. ...
  5. Communication Channels. ...
  6. Use Construction management software.
5 Sept 2016

Can a contractor refuse to appoint a nominated subcontractor? ›

The contractor may refuse to appoint a nominated subcontractor where the contractor makes a "reasonable objection"; or where the subcontractor refuses or fails to enter into a subcontract agreement or provide the requisite security to the contractor (Cl. 14.2).

What rights do sub contractors have? ›

They can choose the work they do and have control over how, when and where that work is carried out. They are not limited to working for one person or organisation. You agree a fixed price for the job, irrespective of how long the work takes to complete. They can hire other people to complete the work.

Who appoints sub contractors? ›

Nominated subcontractors are selected by the Employer and the Employer negotiates the terms of the subcontract with the subcontractors and instructs the Contractor to employ that particular subcontractor.

Who is responsible for subcontractors? ›

Subcontractors undertake a contract from the contractor. Subcontractors undertake work that a contractor cannot do but for which the contractor is responsible.

Is a subcontractor the same as a contractor? ›

Typically, a contractor works under a contractual agreement to provide services, labor or materials to complete a project. Subcontractors are businesses or individuals that carry out work for a contractor as part of the larger contracted project.

What are examples of subcontractors? ›

Different types of subcontractors
  • Excavation. Before a project can start, some general contractors will hire an excavation sub to prepare the site for building. ...
  • Concrete. ...
  • Framing. ...
  • Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work. ...
  • Plumbing. ...
  • HVAC. ...
  • Electrical. ...
  • Carpentry.
29 Nov 2021

What is illegal subcontracting? ›

The contractor then subcontracts the work to companies lacking the proper documentation and credentials, who perform the work for less than the original contract.

Can you make money subcontracting? ›

Subcontracting can be a way to stay competitive but still make more money without raising your rates. Not only can you make money from your subcontractors, but you also save about 25 percent when you hire a subcontractor compared to hiring an employee to handle the work, according to the Small Business Administration.

Is subcontracting unethical? ›

Furthermore, subcontracting may be fundamentally unethical (LeBaron, 2014) . Authors such as Crane (2013) suggest that what sustains labor exploitation in the context of value chains is the use of subcontracting since it provides the means to protect the lead firm from responsibility. ...

Do subcontractors work for themselves? ›

Contractors run their own business and sell their services to others, unlike employees who work in someone else's business. Contractors — sometimes called independent contractors, sub-contractors or subbies — generally use their own processes, tools and methods to complete the work.

Is an independent contractor the same as a subcontractor? ›

Where independent contractors are usually jacks-of-all-trades, subcontractors most often specialize in a specific aspect of a project. Rather than being directly hired by the client, they're called in by independent contractors to perform certain tasks, such as roofing and siding, electric work, plumbing, or tiling.

Should I pay subcontractors directly? ›

To summarise, a client is not obliged or entitled to directly pay a sub-contractor for works carried out on a project as there is no direct contractual relationship between the two parties (unless a collateral warranty between the two parties is present).

What type of contract is riskiest for the contractor? ›

A firm-fixed-price contract provides for a price that is not subject to any adjustment on the basis of the contractor's cost experience in performing the contract. This contract type places upon the contractor maximum risk and full responsibility for all costs and resulting profit or loss.

How do you deal with difficult subcontractors? ›

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  1. Deal with the sub's underperformance ASAP. ...
  2. External Factors Have to Be Understood First. ...
  3. Know what motivates the subcontractors. ...
  4. Create performance goals together. ...
  5. Reward Improvements. ...
  6. Arrange a Follow-up Process. ...
  7. Execute Subcontractor Performance Assessments.
23 Aug 2020

How do you ensure a subcontractor is competent? ›

Ask about their knowledge of applicable legislation, best practice and industry standards. Check their references out. Ask previous customers about the contractor's standard of work, and if they managed health and safety well when on site. Always make sure that you see proof of the risk assessment relating to the job.

Who appoints sub contractors? ›

Nominated subcontractors are selected by the Employer and the Employer negotiates the terms of the subcontract with the subcontractors and instructs the Contractor to employ that particular subcontractor.

Who appoints selected subcontractor? ›

Selected subcontractors (Cl. 15.0) are those selected by the principal agent together with the contractor. The contractor remains involved in scrutinising subcontractor tenders, but must also choose the successful tenderer to be appointed in consultation with the principal agent.

How contractors should be selected? ›

Factors to Be Considered When Selecting Contractors

Level of industry/business-relevant experience. Familiarity with the hazards of your industry. Previous health and safety performance records. Safety policies, risk assessments and training records.

Who can be a sub contractor? ›

Subcontractors can be anything from an individual self-employed person - eg a plumber carrying out work for a building contractor - to a large national organisation. A subcontractor has a contract with the contractor for the services provided - an employee of the contractor cannot also be a subcontractor.

What rights do sub contractors have? ›

They can choose the work they do and have control over how, when and where that work is carried out. They are not limited to working for one person or organisation. You agree a fixed price for the job, irrespective of how long the work takes to complete. They can hire other people to complete the work.

Do sub contractors count as employees? ›

The majority of sub-contractors will be self-employed, however, if a sub-contractor works only for a particular client, or they are employed by an agency, then they may be classed as a worker or an employee.

What is a Tier 1 sub contractor? ›

Tier 1. Tier one contractors are generally seen as the most time-served and financially secure companies trading. They tend to take on more commercial and larger industrial projects – typically of a large price.

How do you control a subcontractor? ›

Here are six things to remember when managing your subcontractors:
  1. Contracts and project safety compliance. ...
  2. Provide information ahead of schedule. ...
  3. Hold regular meetings. ...
  4. Sign and acknowledge receipt of documentation. ...
  5. Communication Channels. ...
  6. Use Construction management software.
5 Sept 2016

Who is principal Employer for sub contractor? ›

contractor is the principal employer.

What makes a subcontractor an employee? ›

The basic test for determining whether a worker is an independent contractor or an employee is whether the principal has the right to control the manner and means by which the work is performed.

What are 4 questions that should be asked of a prospective contractor? ›

Top 6 Questions You Should Ask a Potential Contractor Before...
  • How Long Have You Been Working in this Industry? ...
  • Are You a Member of a Professional Organization? ...
  • Do You Have a List of References I Can Contact? ...
  • Will You Be Working on the Job Site Throughout the Completion of the Project?
28 May 2021

What are the 3 typical selection methods for bids? ›

There are three primary methods of source selection: (1) competitive bidding, (2) non-competitive negotiation, and (3) competitive negotiation.

What are the 3 types of contractors? ›

The 3 Types of Contractors
  • General Contractors. The term “general contractor” is used in two ways, in my experience. ...
  • Turn-Key (Specialty) Services. If you don't like the idea of paying someone to manage your schedules and hire sub-contractors, you can do this work yourself. ...
  • Freelance Workers.

What are the disadvantages of subcontracting? ›

Disadvantages of Subcontracting
  • Lack of staff development.
  • Contractors will use more time researching potential subcontractors.
  • Contractors will lose their control over the timeliness and quality of work.
  • Poor performance quality.

How long can a subcontractor work for the same contractor? ›

There seems to be the belief (by some) that a contractor can only work for the same company for two years. This is completely false – contractors can work through an umbrella for an unlimited amount of time.

Am I self-employed if I am a subcontractor? ›

A worker may be self-employed in one contract and employed under the next contract. Being registered as a CIS subcontractor doesn't mean that you will automatically be self-employed for all your work in the construction industry.

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