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Project First Looks, Trainings, Workshops, and Events

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Do you want to learn how to do business with the Port of Seattle?

Come and meet representatives from the Diversity in Contracting Department and project/division-specific representatives and decision-makers. Port staff will share information about our programs and initiatives, contracting goals, resources for small/WMBE businesses, policies, and procedures, and more! PortGens also provide an excellent networking opportunity. Look at our tentative schedule below.

 

Diversity in Contracting Online and Hybrid Events

Typically, we hold our monthly first look project events on the last Thursday of the month. This is subject to change. Below you can see upcoming opportunities and PowerPoints and video recordings from our past PortGens . Please note that not all PortGens are recorded. If you need any further assistance, contact the Diversity in Contracting Department.

 

Upcoming Events

 

 

July 20, 2022

Port of Seattle & Office of Minority & Women's Business Enterprises Summer Certification “Get Certified” Workshop

  • Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm
  • Location: Tukwila Community Center-12424 – 42nd Ave South, Tukwila Washington -Social Hall Room
  • Registration: Click here
  • Contact: phair.l@portseattle.org

Past Events & Materials

 

 

2022

  • First Look: Primary Fire Station Repair- PowerPoint | Recording (to be added)
  • Industry Day: S Concourse Evolution Project- PowerPoint | Registrants
  • First Look: C Concourse Expansion at SEA Airport- PowerPoint
  • First Look: Capital Projects (Widen Arrivals Bridge, Checkpoint 1 Relocation, Post IAF Airline Realignment)  - PowerPoint 
  • First Look: Major Construction & Consulting (NEPL Phase 1, Chiller Panel Upgrades, Concourse B,C,D-Low Voltage (GCCM) ), Noise Pollution Program) - PowerPoint 

 

2021

 

2020

 Diversity in Contracting events are subject to change - The Port of Seattle is following the measures/recommendations announced by Governor Jay Inslee and the CDC regarding community strategies and social distancing plans to slow the spread of COVID-19. We take seriously our responsibility to the safety, health, and well-being of our customers, employees, and broader community and are doing everything we can to limit the spread of COVID-19 at Port facilities while maintaining the critical work that we do.

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