Fluor, American Bridge, Granite, and Traylor Bros. have formed a team that combines local, national,
and international experience to deliver this unique project
to the citizens of New York. We have carefully assembled
a highly qualified team with an emphasis on performing work using local firms. We have extensive experience
and knowledge specific to the needs of this Project. Our team fully recognizes the importance of maximizing
participation by local and regional Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), Minority-Owned Business Enterprises
(MBEs), Women-Owned Business Enterprises (WBEs), and Small Business Enterprises (SBEs) on this Project.
Our plan takes a proactive approach to meeting participation
goals, and we will identify and award subcontracting
opportunities in a systematic and transparent manner.
Tappan Zee Constructors invites you to contact us about
potential subcontracting and supplier opportunities.
The Tappan Zee Bridge Project “puts tens of thousands of New Yorkers back to work.”
- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo
Possible Opportunities for Local and Regional Firms.
Dredging & Armoring
Electrical & Security - subtier
Rebar Fab & Installation
Contaminated Soil Disposal
Mechanical on Bridge
Polyester Polymer Overlay
Retaining Wall System
Bridge Demolition – General
Structural Health Monitoring System
Bridge Deck Grooving
Building Demo, inc Haz Mat rem
Fencing (perm and temp)
Guardrail/ Impact Attentuators
Landscaping / Grassing
Signing & Toll Gantry
Security Personnel & Services
QA (Prof Services) - subtier
QC (Prof Services) - subtier
Clearing & Grubbing
Sawcut Asphalt & Concrete Pavement
Toll Plaza Roof System Replacement
NEW ORT Recording Room
Rehabilitate Toll Utility Bldg
Touchup Painting of struc steel after erection
Tugboats / Barges
Clean Video Drainage
Test Pile Static Load Jacking
Vibration Monitoring + Noise + Air Quality + Hydro Acoustic
Our Team is committed to providing meaningful job opportunities for DBE/MBE/WBE/SBE businesses and the team members of Tappan Zee Constructors have a solid track record for meeting and exceeding participation goals for DBE businesses.
Although no contractual requirements were established,
the American Bridge/Fluor joint venture has awarded
more than $60 million in contracts to DBEs during the
construction of the self-anchored east span of the San
Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
$450 million in contracts and purchase orders went to
more than 280 small, women, and minority-owned and
DBE companies on the $1.4 billion Fluor-led Capital
Beltway Expansion in Virginia.
The Fluor-led D-B team for the Eagle Commuter Rail
Project in Denver was recognized by the Denver
Business Journal for innovative efforts to engage DBEs,
committing more that $150 million in contracts during
the first project year.