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Small Business Enterprise -- Architectural & Engineering
This program is a gender and race neutral program for Architectural & Engineering contracts. It is designed to provide contracting opportunities for firms that meet the following criteria:
- Average Gross Revenue for last 3 years does not exceed $4.5 million for architectural services. 3 yr. average gross receipts cannot exceed $6 million for engineering, surveying and mapping services, and landscape architecture services.
- Located and performing a commercially useful function in Miami-Dade County.
- Local Business Tax Receipt for 1year prior to certification
- Qualifier must own at least 25% of the certified firm's issued stock.
- Personal Net Worth does not exceed $1.5 million of each owner
- Owner can have only one Small Business Enterprise – Architectural & Engineering certified firm.
- Annual renewal of certification required.
Projects Under Review
Small Business Enterprise – Architectural & Engineering SBE-A&E projects and the review status of each are available online.
Opportunities for small business participation on Miami-Dade County Architectural and Engineering (A&E) projects have been expanded through the use of Small Community Business Enterprise - A&E measures.
The Equitable Distribution Program (EDP) and Small Business Enterprise- A&E programs were designed to provide contracting opportunities to small and medium size architectural and engineering firms. Additionally, the A&E selection process was streamlined into a one-step, pre-qualification.
Miami-Dade County Ordinance No. 98-30 requires all firms, including A&E firms with annual gross revenues in excess of $5,000,000 must have an affirmative action plan and procurement policies filed and approved by the County as a condition of contract award. Also, Resolution R-1040-93 requires all A&E firms must provide information in their proposal, as to their furtherance and compliance with their approved affirmative action plan, when responding to the County’s advertisement for the acquisition of A&E services.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Thu Nov 1, 2018 5:03:44 PM
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