What Are the NIP Opportunities for Local Subcontractors?
Based on a wide variety of NIP acoustic treatments
that will be provided to eligible properties, there are a variety of subcontracting
opportunities that may include the following trades:Mechanical
Asbestos & Lead Paint Abatement
Stucco / Masonry
Drywall / Ceiling Tile
Window & Door Procurement
The required subcontractor trades will vary among Bid Cycle Bid Packages, depending
on the unique acoustic designs for eligible properties.
What Are the NIP Subcontractor Requirements?
Before being allowed to participate in the NIP, all local subcontractors will be
required to meet the following requirements:Excellent business history
Completion of NIP Subcontractor Application
Proof of Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
(DBE) certification (if applicable)
Pass criminal background checks and report approval for all workers
Successfully complete the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Owner
Controlled Safety Program (OCIP) training prior to the work commencement
To assist the Managing General Contractors, THC, Inc. will conduct local outreach
meetings in an effort to identify all interested local subcontractors.
What Are the NIP DBE Participation Requirements?
Since all NIP professional services and construction costs will be funded with Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA) federal funds, THC, Inc. will be required to establish
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation goals on all Bid Cycle (Bid
Package) construction contracts. The overall DBE participation goal for the NIP
has been established at 24%. This goal can be met through the use of NIP general
contractors and/or local subcontractors that have been certified by GDOT.
In an effort to maximize NIP DBE participation, THC, Inc. will conduct local outreach
meetings and will assist local subcontractors who are interested in obtaining GDOT DBE certification.
A "Sound Opportunity" for Local Contractors
The NIP will provide numerous benefits to interested local subcontractors that are
unique when compared to typical commercial construction projects:
Multiple-year work opportunities
Continual bid opportunities
Team approach and partnership
Excellent design documents
Clear construction schedules
High public visibility & exposure
Contractor training and assistance (where required)
Excellent opportunity to positively impact cities and lives