Disadvantaged and Small Business Enterprises (DBEs/SBCs)

Connect 202 Partners has formed a team that combines local and national experience with an emphasis on performing work using local firms. Our team fully recognizes the importance of maximizing participation by local and regional Disadvantaged Small Businesses and Small Business Concerns (DBEs/SBCs). Our plan takes a proactive approach to meeting participation goals, and we will identify and award subcontracting and supplier opportunities in a systematic and transparent manner.

DBE Spotlight

Each quarter, C202P recognizes a DBE firm for their outstanding contribution to the project.

C202P’s 4th Quarter 2018 DBE Spotlight is awarded to Taylor Made Security, LLC.

Taylor Made Security has been providing project-wide security since the commencement of work. Taylor Made’s ability to ensure the safety and security of the site and equipment has been instrumental to the project. The continued responsiveness and schedule flexibility has not gone unnoticed, just another reason why Taylor Made Security deserves this recognition. Congratulations!


Pictured Left to Right: Walter Fedrowitz (C202P), Melissa Abraham (C202P), Brie Taylor, (Taylor Made Security), Walter Lewis (C202P), Jeff Charboneau (C202P),  Ron Dukeshier (C202P)

Previous DBE Spotlights

There are various types of assistance available to DBE firms interested in working on this project. You can learn more by reading our DBE Resource Guide.

Connect 202 Partners encourages you to visit our Opportunities page and fill out a Notice of Interest Form.

For additional information on Arizona Department of Transportation DBE Certification, please visit: ADOT Business Engagement and Compliance.

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