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2 AIRPORT CONCESSION DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLES PAGE NO. Policy Statement.. 1 SUBPART A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Section 23.1 Objectives Section 23.3 Definitions.. 2 Section 23.5 Applicability.. 2 Section 23.9 Non-discrimination Requirements.. 2 Section Compliance and Enforcement. 2 SUBPART B ACDBE PROGRAMS Section ACDBE Program Updates.. 3 Section Administrative Provisions Section Ensuring Nondiscriminatory Participation of ACDBEs 5 Section Reporting 5 Section Compliance and Enforcement Procedures. 6 SUBPART C CERTIFICATION AND ELEGIBILITY Section Certifications and standards use to certify ACDBEs.. 6 SUBPART D GOALS, GOOD FAITH EFFORTS, AND COUNTING

3 Section Basic Overall Goal Requirement Section Consultation in Goal Setting... 7 Section Overall Goals... 7 Section Counting ACDBE Participation for Car Rental Goals.. 10 Section Counting ACDBE Participation for Concessions Other than Car Rental Goals.. 11 Section Recipient falls short of meeting its overall goals. 11 Section Quotas or Set-asides SUBPART E OTHER PROVISIONS Section Existing Agreements.. 11 Section Privately-Owned or Leased Terminal Buildings 11 Section Long-Term Exclusive Agreements. 11 Section Geographic Preferences Attachments

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5 Section 23.1 Objectives The objectives are found in the policy statement on the first page of this program. Section 23.3 Definitions PRPA Puerto Rico Port Authority Aerostar will use terms in this program that have the meaning defined in Section 23.3 and Part 26 Section 26.5 where applicable. Section 23.5 Applicability Aerostar operates a primary airport and the sponsor of federal airport funds authorized for airport development after January 1988 that was authorized under Title 49 of the United States Code. Section 23.9 Non-discrimination Requirements Aerostar will never exclude any person from participation in, deny any person the benefits of, or otherwise discriminate against anyone in connection with the award and performance of any concession agreement, management contract or subcontract, purchase or lease agreement or other agreement covered by 49 CFR Part 23 on the basis of race, color, sex, or national origin. In administering its ACDBE program, Aerostar will not, directly or through contractual or other arrangements, use criteria or methods of administration that have the effect of defeating or substantially impairing accomplishment of the objectives of the ACDBE program with respect to individuals of a particular race, color, sex, or national origin. Aerostar acknowledges these representations are also in accordance with obligations contained in its Civil Rights, DBE and ACDBE Airport grant assurances. Aerostar will include the following assurances in all concession agreements and management contracts it executes with any firm: (1) This agreement is subject to the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation's regulations, 49 CFR Part 23. The concessionaire or contractor agrees that it will not discriminate against any business owner because of the owner's race, color, national origin, or sex in connection with the award or performance of any concession agreement, management contract, or subcontract, purchase or lease agreement, or other agreement covered by 49 CFR Part 23. (2) The concessionaire or contractor agrees to include the above statements in any subsequent concession agreement or contract covered by 49 CFR Part 23, that it enters and cause those businesses to similarly include the statements in further agreements. Section Compliance and Enforcement Aerostar will comply with and is subject to the provisions of 49 CFR Part 26 ( and through ). 2

6 Aerostar will comply with this part or be subject to formal enforcement action under or appropriate program sanctions, such as the suspension or termination of Federal funds, or refusal to approve projects, grants or contracts until deficiencies are remedied. Program sanctions may include actions consistent with 49 U.S.C (d), 47111(d), and Aerostar compliance with all requirements of this part is enforced through the procedures of Title 49 of the United States Code, including 49 U.S.C (d), 47111(d), and 47122, and regulations implementing them. Compliance reviews: The FAA may review Aerostar compliance with this part at any time, including but not limited to, reviews of paperwork, on-site reviews, and review of the airport sponsor s monitoring and enforcement mechanism, as appropriate. The FAA Office of Civil Rights may initiate a compliance review based on complaints received. Any person who knows of a violation of this part by Aerostar may file a complaint under 14 CFR Part 16 with the Federal Aviation Administration Office of Chief Counsel. The following enforcement actions apply to firms participating in Aerostar ACDBE program: (a) For a firm that does not meet the eligibility criteria of subpart C of this part and that attempts to participate as an ACDBE on the basis of false, fraudulent, or deceitful statements or representations or under circumstances indicating a serious lack of business integrity or honesty, the Department of Transportation (DOT) or the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may initiate suspension or debarment proceedings against the firm under 49 CFR Part 29. (b) For a firm that, in order to meet ACDBE goals or other DBE program requirements, uses or attempts to use, on the basis of false, fraudulent or deceitful statements or representations or under circumstances indicating a serious lack of business integrity or honesty, another firm that does not meet the eligibility criteria of subpart C of this part, DOT or FAA may initiate suspension or debarment proceedings against the firm under 49 CFR Part 29. (c) In a suspension or debarment proceeding brought under paragraph (a) or (b) of this section, the FAA may consider the fact that a purported ACDBE has been certified. However, such certification does not preclude DOT from determining that the purported ACDBE, or another firm that has used or attempted to use it to meet ACDBE goals, should be suspended or debarred. (d) DOT may take enforcement action under 49 CFR Part 31, Program Fraud and Civil Remedies, against any participant in the ACDBE program whose conduct is subject to such action under 49 CFR Part 31. (e) DOT may refer to the Department of Justice, for prosecution under 18 U.S.C or other applicable provisions of law, any person who makes a false or fraudulent statement in connection with participation of an ACDBE in Aerostar ACDBE program or otherwise violates applicable Federal statutes. Section ACDBE Program Updates Aerostar operates a medium hub primary airport required to have an ACDBE program. As a condition of eligibility for FAA financial assistance, Aerostar will submit its ACDBE program and overall goals to FAA according to the following schedule: 3

7 Primary Airport Size Initial Program & Goal Due Second Goal Due Period Covered Subsequent Goal Due MEDIUM HUB February 1, 2014 OCTOBER 1, /2016/2017 OCTOBER 1, 2017 (2018/2019/2020) This ACDBE program will be implemented at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. When Aerostar makes significant changes to its ACDBE program, Aerostar will provide the amended program to the FAA for approval prior to implementing the changes. Section Administrative Provisions Policy Statement: Aerostar is committed to operating its ACDBE program in a nondiscriminatory manner. Aerostar Policy Statement is elaborated on the first page of this program. ACDBE Liaison Officer (ACDBELO): Aerostar has designated the following individual as our ACDBELO: Ms. Nidia Méndez Joy DBE/ACDBE Liaison Officer Terminal D, First Level Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport Carolina, PR (787) In that capacity, the ACDBELO is responsible for implementing all aspects of the ACDBE program and ensuring that Aerostar complies with all provision of 49 CFR Part 23. The ACDBELO has direct, independent access to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Aerostar concerning ACDBE program matters. An organizational chart displaying the ACDBELO s position in the organization is found in Attachment 1 to this program. The ACDBELO is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring the ACDBE program, in coordination with other appropriate officials. The duties and responsibilities include the following: 1. Gathers and reports statistical data and other information as required by FAA or DOT. 2. Develop policies, procedures, rules and guidelines related to the ACDBE Program. 3. Reviews third party contracts and purchase requisitions for compliance with this program. 4. Ensures that bid notices and requests for proposals are available to ACDBEs in a timely manner. 5. Works with all departments to set overall annual goals. 6. Identifies contracts and procurements so that ACDBE goals are included in solicitations (both race-neutral methods and contract specific goals) 7. Analyzes Aerostar progress toward attainment and identifies ways to improve progress. 8. Participates in pre-bid meetings 9. Advises the CEO and Board of Directors on ACDBE matters and achievement. 4

8 10. Provides ACDBEs with information and assistance in preparing bids, obtaining bonding, financing, and insurance; acts as a liaison to the OSDBU-Minority Resource Center (MRC). 11. Plans and participates in ACDBE training seminars. 12. Acts as liaison with the PRPA Unified Certification Program. 13. Provides outreach to ACDBEs and community organizations to advise them of opportunities. Directory: PRPA Unified Certification Program (UCP), maintains a directory identifying all firms eligible to participate as ACDBEs. The Directory lists the firm s name, address, phone number, address, contact person and the type of work the firm has been certified to perform as an ACDBE. The UCP revises the Directory annually. They make the Directory available as follows: The Directory may be found in Attachment 2 to this program document. Section Ensuring Nondiscriminatory Participation of ACDBEs Aerostar will take the following measures to ensure nondiscriminatory participation of ACDBEs in concessions, and other covered activities (23.25(a)): 1. Aerostar will follow all state and federal laws. 2. Aerostar will ensure that all concessions businesses, and businesses that work with concessionaires, have a fair and equal opportunity to participate in concessions opportunities offered by the airport. 3. Aerostar will ensure that the Airport Personnel with responsibility for the administration of this program will engage in appropriate continuing education, including attendance at annual training seminars and professional conferences. Aerostar will seek ACDBE participation in all types of concession activities, rather than concentrating participation in one category or a few categories to the exclusion of others. (23.25(c)) Aerostar overall goal methodology and a description of the race-neutral measures it will use to meet the goals are described in Section and Attachment 4 of this plan. The goals are set consistent with the requirements of Subpart D. (23.25(b), (d)) Aerostar projects that race-neutral measures alone, are not sufficient to meet an overall goal, it will use race-conscious measures as described in Section (e) (1-2) and Attachment 4 and 5 of this plan. (23.25(e)) Aerostar will require businesses subject to ACDBE goals at the airport (except car rental companies) to make good faith efforts to explore all available options to meet goals, to the maximum extent practicable, through direct ownership arrangements with ACDBEs. (23.25(f)) Aerostar will not use set-asides or quotas as a means of obtaining ACDBE participation. (23.25 (f)(g)). Section Reporting Aerostar will retain sufficient basic information about our ACDBE program implementation, ACDBE certification and the award and performance of agreements and contracts to enable the FAA to determine our compliance with Part 23. This data will be retained for a minimum of 3 years following the end of the concession agreement or other covered contract. Aerostar will submit to the FAA Regional Civil Rights Office, an annual ACDBE participation report on the form in Appendix A of Part 23. Aerostar will submit the report to the FAA Regional Civil Right Office via hard copy of the form or electronically via the DBE Office Online Reporting System (DOORS). 5

9 Section Compliance and Enforcement Procedures Aerostar will take the following monitoring and enforcement mechanisms to ensure compliance with 49 CFR Part Aerostar will bring to the attention of the Department of Transportation any false, fraudulent, or dishonest conduct in connection with the program, so that DOT can take the steps (e.g., referral to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution, referral to the DOT Inspector General, action under suspension and debarment or Program Fraud and Civil Penalties rules) provided in Aerostar will consider similar action under our own legal authorities, including responsibility determinations in future contracts. Aerostar has listed the regulations, provisions, and contract remedies available to us in the events of non-compliance with the ACDBE regulation by a participant in our procurement activities (See Attachment 3). 3. Aerostar will also implement a monitoring and enforcement mechanism (Attachment 3) to ensure that work committed to ACDBEs at contract award is actually performed by ACDBEs. This mechanism will provide for a running tally of actual ACDBE attainments (e.g., payments actually made to ACDBE firms), including a means of comparing these attainments to commitments. These mechanisms will include, but not be limited to, the following: a) Review solicitation package documentation thoroughly, obtaining clarification, if necessary. b) Review monthly reports regarding ACDBE participation to ensure adherence to commitment as represented in agreements and as stipulated in this program. c) Monitor progress of gross revenues generated by ACDBEs and expenditures paid to DBEs as applicable through monthly reports from concessionaires. d) Monitor progress of ACDBEs work through on-site visits and communication with ACDBEs. 4. In our reports of ACDBE participation to FAA, Aerostar will show both commitments and attainments, as required by the DOT reporting form. Section Certifications and standards use to certify ACDBEs Aerostar will use all the ACDBEs certified by the PRPA. The PRPA use the standards of Part 26, except as provided in 23.31, for certification of ACDBEs to participate in our concessions program and such standards are incorporated herein. To be certified as a ACDBE, a firm must meet all certification eligibility standards. For information about the certification process or to apply for certification, firms should contact: Federal Funds Office Puerto Rico Port Authority 64 Lindbergh Street Old Naval Base San Juan, PR (787) extension 2131 Although Aerostar is a member of the Puerto Rico Unified Certification Program, is not entitled to certify the enterprises at the moment. Aerostar will use certification reciprocity with the PRPA. The PRPA is member of a UCP administered by the Puerto Rico Department of Transportation and Public Works. The PRPA is responsible of certification, recertification, denial, removal and certifications appeals decisions. 6

10 Section Basic Overall Goal Requirement Aerostar will establish two separate overall ACDBE goals; one for car rentals and another for concessions other than car rentals. The overall goals will cover a three year period and the sponsor will review the goals annually to make sure the goal continues to fit the sponsor s circumstances. Aerostar will report any significant overall goal adjustments to the FAA. If the average annual concession revenues for car rentals over the preceding 3 years do not exceed $200,000, Aerostar need not submit an overall goal for car rentals. Likewise, if the average annual concession revenues for concessions other than car rentals over the preceding 3 years do not exceed $200,000, Aerostar need not submit an overall goal for concessions other than car rentals. Aerostar understand that revenue means total revenue generated by concessions, not the fees received by the airport from concessionaires. Aerostar overall goals will provide for participation by all certified ACDBEs and will not be subdivided into group-specific goals. Section Consultation in Goal Setting Aerostar consults with stakeholders before submitting the overall goals to the FAA. Stakeholders will include, but not be limited to, minority and women s business groups, community organizations, trade associations representing concessionaires currently located at the airport, as well as existing concessionaires themselves, and other officials or organizations which could be expected to have information concerning the availability of disadvantaged businesses, the effects of discrimination on opportunities for ACDBEs, and the sponsors efforts to increase participation of ACDBEs. When submitting our overall goals, Aerostar will identify the stakeholders that Aerostar consulted with and provide a summary of the information obtained from the stakeholders. Section Overall Goals Aerostar operates a medium hub primary airport. As a condition of eligibility for FAA financial assistance, Aerostar will submit its overall goals according to the following schedule: Primary Airport Size Second Goal Due Period Covered Next Goal Due Medium Hubs October 1, /2016/2017 October 1, 2017 (2018/2019/2020) If a new concession opportunity arises at a time that falls between the normal submission dates above and the estimated average of annual gross revenues are anticipated to be $200,000 or greater, Aerostar will submit an appropriate adjustment to our overall goal to FAA for approval at least six months before executing the new concession agreement. Aerostar will establish overall goals in accordance with the 2-Step process as specified in section After determining the total gross receipts for the concession activity, the first step is to determine the relative availability of ACDBEs in the market area, base figure. The second step is to examine all relevant evidence reasonably available in the sponsor s jurisdiction to determine if an adjustment to the Step 1 base figure is necessary so that the goal reflects as accurately as possible the ACDBE participation the sponsor would expect in the absence of discrimination. Evidence may include, but is not limited to past participation by ACDBEs, a disparity study, evidence from related fields that affect ACDBE opportunities to 7

11 form, grow, and compete (such as statistical disparities in ability to get required financing, bonding, insurance; or data on employment, self-employment, education, training and union apprenticeship). Aerostar will arrange solicitations, times for the presentation of bids, quantities, specifications, and delivery schedules in ways that facilitate participation by ACDBEs and other small businesses and by making contracts more accessible to small businesses, by means such as those provided under of this part. A description of the methodology to calculate the overall goal for car rentals, the goal calculations, and the data Aerostar relied on can be found in Attachment 5 to this program. A description of the methodology to calculate the overall goal for concessions other than car rentals, the goal calculations, and the data Aerostar relied on can be found in Attachment 4 to this program. Projection of Estimated Race-Neutral & Race-Conscious Participation (23.45(f), 23.25(d-e)) The breakout of estimated race-neutral and race-conscious participation can be found with the goal methodology in Attachments 4 and 5 to this program. This section of the program will be reviewed annually when the goal calculation is reviewed under 23.41(c). Aerostar is proposing that in meeting the overall goal it will operate in a Race and Gender Conscious environmental. This determination is based on the few concessionaries and provider of good and services Aerostar has certified at the moment as ACDBEs. Although the PRPA is responsible for establishing the agenda for developing new business, Aerostar is eager to assist in the enhancement of ACDBE participation and is committed to this program and the implementation of efforts to ensure its success. Aerostar will begin to spread the program to different professional organizations, Aerostar will promote the program on our website, guidance to contractors, create a mailing list, provide information in the press, among other resources, of the benefits of be part of the program. Concession Specific Goals) (23.25 (c)(e)(1)(iv) Aerostar will use concession specific goals to meet any portion of the overall goals it does not project being able to meet using race-neutral means. Concession specific goals are established so that, over the period to which the overall goals apply, they will cumulatively result in meeting any portion of our overall goal that is not projected to be met through the use of race-neutral means. Aerostar will establish concession specific goals only on those concessions that have direct ownership arrangements (except car rentals), sublease, or subcontracting possibilities. Aerostar will require businesses subject to ACDBE goals at the airport (except car rental companies) to make good faith efforts to explore all available options to meet goals, to the maximum extent practicable, through direct ownership arrangements with DBEs (23.25 (f)). Car rental firms are not required to change their corporate structure to provide for direct ownership arrangements. In the case of a car rental goal, where it appears that all or most of the goal is likely to be met through the purchases by car rental companies of vehicles or other goods or services from ACDBEs, one permissible alternative is to structure the goal entirely in terms of purchases of goods and services. Aerostar need not establish a concession specific goal on every such concession, and the size of concession specific goals will be adapted to the circumstances of each such concession (e.g., type and location of concession, availability of ACDBEs). If the objective of a concession specific goal is to obtain ACDBE participation through direct ownership with an ACDBE, Aerostar will calculate the goal as a percentage of the total estimated annual gross receipts from the concession. (23.25(e)(1)(i)) If the concession specific goal applies to purchases and/or leases of goods and services, Aerostar will calculate the goal by dividing the estimated dollar value of such purchases and/or leases from ACDBEs by the total estimated dollar value of all purchases to be made by the concessionaire. (23.25(e)(1)(ii)) 8

12 Good Faith Efforts on Concession Specific Goals (23.25(e)(1)(iii), (iv)) To be eligible to be awarded a concession that has a concession specific goal, bidders/proposer must make good faith efforts to meet the goal. A bidder/proposer may do so either by obtaining enough ACDBE participation to meet the goal or by documenting that it made sufficient good faith efforts to do so. (23.25(e)(1)(iv)). Examples of good faith efforts are found in Appendix A to 49 CFR Part 26. The procedures applicable to 49 CFR Sections and 26.53, regarding contract goals apply to Aerostar concession specific goals. Specifically, Demonstration of good faith efforts (26.53(a) & (c)) The following personnel are responsible for determining whether a concessionaire who has not met the concession specific goal has documented sufficient good faith efforts to be regarded as responsible. Aerostar will ensure that all information is complete and accurate and adequately documents the bidders/proposer s good faith efforts before Aerostar commit to the concession agreement with the bidders/proposer. Information to be submitted (26.53(b)) Aerostar treats bidders/proposer s compliance with good faith effort requirements as a matter of responsibility. Each solicitation for which a concession specific goal has been established will require the concessionaires to submit the following information: 1. The names and addresses of ACDBE firms or ACDBE suppliers of goods and services that will participate in the concession; 2. A description of the work that each ACDBE will perform; 3. The dollar amount of the participation of each ACDBE firm/supplier participating; 4. Written and signed documentation of commitment to use a ACDBE whose participation it submits to meet a contract goal; 5. Written and signed confirmation from the ACDBE that it is participating in the concession as provided in the prime concessionaire s commitment and 6. If the contract goal is not met, evidence of good faith efforts Administrative reconsideration (26.53(d)) Within 7 days of being informed by Aerostar that it is not responsible because it has not documented sufficient good faith efforts, a concessionaire may request administrative reconsideration. Concessionaire should make this request in writing to the following reconsideration official: Enrique Ramos, ESQ. Terminal D First Level Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport Carolina, PR (787) extension 2802 The reconsideration official will not have played any role in the original determination that the concessionaire did not document sufficient good faith efforts. 9

13 As part of this reconsideration, the concessionaire will have the opportunity to provide written documentation or argument concerning the issue of whether it met the goal or made adequate good faith efforts to do so. The concessionaire will have the opportunity to meet in person with our reconsideration official to discuss the issue of whether it met the goal or made adequate good faith efforts to do. Aerostar will send the concessionaire a written decision on reconsideration, explaining the basis for finding that the concessionaire did or did not meet the goal or make adequate good faith efforts to do so. The result of the reconsideration process is not administratively appealable to the Department of Transportation. Good Faith Efforts when an ACDBE is replaced on a concession (26.53(f)) Aerostar will require a concessionaire to make good faith efforts to replace an ACDBE that is terminated or has otherwise failed to complete its concession agreement, lease, or subcontract with another certified ACDBE, to the extent needed to meet the concession specific goal. Aerostar will require the concessionaire to notify the ACDBELO immediately of the ACDBEs inability or unwillingness to perform and provide reasonable documentation. In this situation, Aerostar will require the concessionaire to obtain our prior approval of the substitute ACDBE and to provide copies of new or amended subcontracts, or documentation of good faith efforts. If the concessionaire continues to fail to comply, the contracting officer may issue a termination for default proceeding. Sample Proposal/Bid Specification: The requirements of 49 CFR Part 23, regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, applies to this concession. It is the policy of Aerostar to practice nondiscrimination based on race, color, sex, or national origin in the award or performance of this contract. All firms qualifying under this solicitation are encouraged to submit bids/proposals. Award of this concession will be conditioned upon satisfying the requirements of this proposal/bid specification. These requirements apply to all concessions firms and suppliers, including those who qualify as an ACDBE. An ACDBE concession specific goal of % percent of (annual gross receipts; value of leases and/or purchases of goods and services) has been established for this concession. The concession firm shall make good faith efforts, as defined in Appendix A, 49 CFR Part 26 (Attachment 6), to meet the concession specific goal for ACDBE participation in the performance of this concession. The concession firm will be required to submit the following information: (1) the names and addresses of ACDBE firms and suppliers that will participate in the concession, (2) A description of the work that each ACDBE will perform; (3) The dollar amount of the participation of each ACDBE firm participating; (4) Written and signed documentation of commitment to use a ACDBE whose participation it submits to meet a contract goal; (5) Written and signed confirmation from the ACDBE that it is participating in the concession as provided in the prime concessionaire s commitment; and (6) If the contract goal is not met, evidence of good faith efforts. Section Counting ACDBE Participation for Car Rental Goals Aerostar will count ACDBE participation toward overall goals other than car rental as provided in 49 CFR

14 Section Counting ACDBE Participation for Concessions Other than Car Rentals Aerostar will count ACDBE participation toward overall goals other than car rental as provided in 49 CFR Section Recipient falls short of meeting its overall goals (a) If the awards and commitments on our Uniform Report of ACDBE Participation (found in Appendix A to this Part) at the end of any fiscal year are less than the overall goal applicable to that fiscal year, Aerostar will: (1) Analyze in detail the reasons for the difference between the overall goal and our awards and commitments in that fiscal year; (2) Establish specific steps and milestones to correct the problems Aerostar has identified in our analysis to enable us to fully meet our goal for the new fiscal year; Section Quotas or Set-asides Aerostar will not use quotas or set-asides as a means of obtaining ACDBE participation. Section Existing Agreements Aerostar will assess potential for ACDBE participation when an extension or option to renew an existing agreement is exercised, or when a material amendment is made. Aerostar will use any means authorized by part 23 to obtain a modified amount of ACDBE participation in the renewed or amended agreement. Section Privately-Owned or Leased Terminal Buildings This section is not applicable to Aerostar. Section Long-Term Exclusive Agreements Aerostar will not enter into a long-term exclusive agreement for concessions without prior approval of the FAA Regional Civil Rights Office. Aerostar understands that a long-term agreement is one having a term of longer than 5 years. Aerostar understand that an exclusive agreement is one in which an entire category of a particular business opportunity is limited to a single business entity. If special, local circumstances exist that make it important to enter into a long-term and exclusive agreement, Aerostar will submit detailed information to the FAA Regional Civil Rights Office for review and approval. The PRPA had two long-term contracts that have not been evaluated and approved by the FAA. Those two contracts were assigned to Aerostar by the PRPA. Aerostar will submit to the FAA the long-term contracts for review and approval. Section Geographic Preferences Aerostar will not use a local geographic preference,i.e., any requirement that gives an ACDBE located in one place (e.g., Carolina) an advantage over ACDBEs from other places in obtaining business as, or with, a concession at our airport. 11

15 Page Attachment 1 Organizational Chart. 13 Attachment 2 DBE/ACDBE Directory Attachment 3 Monitoring and Enforcement Mechanisms.. 84 Attachment 4 Attachment 5 Overall Goal for Concessions other than Car Rental Calculation, Consultation, Breakout of Estimated Race-Neutral & Race-Conscious Participation 86 Overall Goals for Car Rentals Calculation, Consultation, Breakout of Estimated Race-Neutral & Race- Conscious Participation.. 90 Attachment 6 Monthly ACDBE Report for Demonstration of Good Faith Efforts 93 Attachment 7 PRPA Certification Application Forms.. 94 Attachment 8 Procedures for Removal of ACDBEs Eligibility Attachment 9 Regulations: 49 CFR Part

16 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OFFICERS & DIRECTORS Chief Executive Officer Agustin Arellano Executive Assistant Ivette De Diego Special Projects Assistants (2) Randy Corsi Luis Gonzalez DBE/ACDBE Liaison Officer Nidia Méndez Joy Chief Operations Officer Ismael Bonilla Chief Commercial Officer Manuel Gutierrez Chief Financial Officer Jorge Hernández Comptroller General Counsel Varlin Vissepó HR Director María Román Santos IT Director Jason Torres Chief Development Officer George Wilson Eduardo Balaguer 13

17 DBE DIRECTORY (website link and paper) DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS DIRECTORY DBE FISCAL YEAR 2014 THE CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE OF THE PUERTO RICO HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY- DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS, THROUGH ITS DBE FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION SUPPORTIVE SERVICE PROGRAM, HAS PREPARED A DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS DIRECTORY CONTAINING INFORMATION RELATED TO BUSINESS OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY MINORITIES AND WOMEN. THIS DIRECTORY WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AND USED WITH THE INTENTION OF RELATING MINORITY BUSINESS CONCERN CAPABILITIES TO THE RECIPIENT S NEEDS. FOR ALL PURPOSES, THIS DIRECTORY IS CONSISTENT WITH DOT REGULATION 49 CFR, PART 23 & 26. THE DIRECTORY WILL CONSIST OF A LIST OF CONTRACTORS, SUBCONTRACTORS, CONSULTANTS, SUPPLIERS, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES, LEASING FIRMS, CONCESSIONARIES AND ALL OTHER RELATED SERVICES. IT WILL BE AVAILABLE TO NON-MINORITY, SMALL MINORITY, GENERAL PUBLIC AND WOMEN CONTROLLED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. EACH OF OUR SOURCES PROVIDED THE BEST INFORMATION ACCESSIBLE AND WE HAVE DONE OUR BEST TO REPRODUCE IT CORRECTLY. THE INFORMATION INCLUDED IS INTENDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY. WE SINCERELY URGE ALL MINORITY FIRMS IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY, WITH PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON THOSE RELATED OR DOING BUSINESS WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT), TO EMPLOY ALL EFFORTS IN GOOD FAITH, ALONG WITH EXCELLENT BUSINESS SERVICES, TO INSURE THE SUCCESS OF THIS DIRECTORY. ANA A. OLIVENCIA, ESQ. DIRECTOR CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE ANNIE DEL MORAL DEPUTY DIRECTOR CIVIL RIGHTS OFFICE

18 INDEX PAGE AAA COFFEE BREAK SERVICE, INC. 8 ABC GROUP CONTRACTOR, INC. 8 A.C.R. SYSTEMS, INC. 8 ACTION SERVICE CORPORATION 9 ADIELCO CONTRACTORS CORPORATION 9 ADVANTIX ENGINEERING, CORP. 9 ALF GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 10 ALL ROADS, CORP. 10 ALONSO & CARUS IRON WORKS, INC. 10 AM ELECTRIC, INC. 11 AMBROSIANI HERMANOS, INC. 11 AMERICAN LAWN MAINTENANCE, INC. 11 AMH CONSULTANTS ENGINEERS, PSC 12 ANG CONSTRUCTION, INC. 12 ANGEL RAFAEL ELECTRIC SERVICES, INC. 12 ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC. 13 ANKIT, LLC 13 ANTONIO & M. CONSTRUCTION, INC. 13 ANTONIO MELÉNDEZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC 14 AP INDUSTRIAL, CORP. 14 ARCHITECTURAL SECURITY, INC. 14 ATLANTIC MASTER PARKING SERVICES, INC. 15 ATLANTIC QUALITY CONTRACTOR, CORP. 15 AUTOBUSES DE PUERTO RICO (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 AUTORIZE, LLC 16 AVANT TECHNOLOGIES OF PUERTO RICO, INC. 16 AVID CONSULTING ENGINEERS, PSC 16 BANNEKER ENERGY, LLC 17 BESTWAY SERVICES, INC. 17 BILLUE AND ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL, LLC 17 BMC-BASULTO MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, INC. 18 BROCKINGTON ASSOCIATES, INC

19 INDEX PAGE CAD CONCEPTS, INC. 18 CARIBBEAN LIGHTING PRODUCTS, CORP. 19 CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. 19 CARLOS SANTANA DBA CARANA ENERGY SYSTEMS 19 CARRO & CARRO ENTERPRISES, INC. 20 CD BUILDERS, INC. 20 CESI, INC. 20 CGH TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 21 COMAS & COMAS CONTRACTORS, CORP. 21 COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC. 21 CONNICO INCORPORATED 22 CONSTRUCTORA RODRÍGUEZ SEVILLA, INC. 22 DC ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 22 DEREK CONSTRUCTION, INC. 22 DESARROLLADORA JA, INC. 23 DESIGN BUILD, SE 23 DIGITAL NETWORKS, CORP. 23 DIVISION 16 CORPORATION 24 DR CONTRACTORS & MAINTENANCE, CORP. 24 ECONET SOLUCIONES AMBIENTALES, CORP. 24 ECS CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 25 EH CARIBBEAN SPECIALTY COFFEE MONTEHIEDRA, INC. DBA THE COFFEE BEANERY 25 ELECTRICAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, INC. 25 ELITE PROFESSIONALS, LLC 26 EMECO, INC. 26 ENGINEERED PARTS & SERVICES, INC. 26 ENRIQUE RUIZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC 27 ENTECH DESIGN & PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PSC 27 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SOLUTIONS, INC. 27 EUGENIO FERNÁNDEZ ARQUITECTOS 28 FEF CONSULTORES, CSP 28 FIRST QUALITY, CORP

20 INDEX PAGE FRC RAIL SPECIALTIES, INC. 29 GARBO 29 GARCINOX CORPORATION 29 GEO ENGINEERING, LLC 30 GENERAL POWER, INC. 30 GILL ENGINEERING GROUP, INC. 30 GLOBAL SURVEY, PSC 31 HACIENDA SAN VICENTE CORP. DBA GRAMA NOVA 31 H. CALERO CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 31 HS MECHANICAL GROUP, INC. 32 INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP. 32 INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. 32 INTERNATIONAL BARBER SHOP 33 INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 33 IPS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 33 ISONIC, CORP. 33 JARDÍN ISLA VERDE, INC. 34 JCM & ASSOCIATES INC. 34 JCS WORLDWIDE PROCESSING SYSTEMS, INC. 34 JF CONTRACTORS, CORP. 35 JIKA ELECTRICAL, CORP. 35 JOHN GRAZEL, INC. 35 JOSÉ R. BALZAC, PSC 36 JOSÉ LUIS PADILLA COLÓN DBA JL PADILLA VENDING & AMUSEMENT 36 JOSÉ ORTIZ GARCÍA DBA ORTIZ LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS 36 JR TECHNICAL, PSC 37 KAISEN UTILITY CONSTRUCTION, CORP. 37 KB ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, INC. 37 KEVILLE ENTERPRISES, INC. 38 KLEIN ENGINEERING, PSC 38 KRYONYX, CORP. 38 LADISLAO ORTIZ & ASOCIADOS-INGENIEROS, CSP

21 INDEX PAGE LDG TECHNICAL SERVICES, CORP. 39 LONGHOUSE INVENTORY SOLUTIONS, LLC 39 LUIS H. BONNET, ARQUITECTOS, CSP 40 MANAGEMENT & TECHNICAL CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 40 MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 41 MFS CONSULTING ENGINEERS, LLC 41 MGV GEOTECHNICAL GROUP, PSC 41 MIGUEL P. VÉLEZ & ASSOCIATES 42 MILLONES CAR WASH 42 MONTGOMERY CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 42 OBRATEC CONTRATISTA GENERAL, INC. 43 ONE CORPS, INC. 43 OPTIMUS CONTRACTORS, CORP. 43 PACO GROUP, INC. 44 PAGÁN HEAVY EQUIPMENT, INC. 44 PANER, CORP. 44 PARAGON PROJECT RESOURCES, INC. 45 PARKING & TRAFFIC LINES, CORP. 45 PCALET, CORP. 45 PEPINO HEAVY PARTS, INC. 46 PEREZ ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC. 46 PG ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, PSC 46 PODUXXEA, CORP. 47 PONCE LAWN SERVICE, INC. 47 PRETENSADOS DE PUERTO RICO, INC. 47 PRIMA FACIE, INC. 48 PRIME AIR, CORP. 48 PRIME ELECTRIC, CORP. 48 PRIME SECURITY & TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 49 PRO-PAVE CORPORATION 49 QUALITY CONSTRUCTION, SE

22 INDEX PAGE QUEST CORPORATION OF AMERICA, INC. 50 RAMÍREZ BUXEDA ARQUITECTOS, PSC 50 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 RICHARD CHANG SIERRA DBA CHANG SIERRA & ASOCIADOS 51 ROADMARK CORPORATION 51 SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 51 SAFETY ROUTE, CORP. 52 SEPTIX WASTE, INC. 52 SERVICIO DE INGENIERÍA 52 SM ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, SE 53 SOLID ENGINEERING, LLC 53 SSR GROUP ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING, CORP. 53 SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC. 54 TAU ELECTRIC, INC. 54 TEAMS BY DESIGN, INC. 54 TECHNO ELECTRIC, INC. 55 TECNEW CONSTRUCTION, LLC 55 TERRA LANDSCAPE, CORP. 55 THE LINE CONTRACTORS, CORP. 56 TI PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING, PSC 56 TOLEDO ENGINEERING, CORP. 56 TONY ELECTRICAL SERVICES & CONTRACTORS, INC. 57 TOOLE DESIGN GROUP, LLC 57 TRISTATE AVIATION, INC. DBA DY CONSULTANTS 57 TSG CONSULTING, INC. 58 TSG ENTERPRISES, INC. DBA THE SOLIS GROUP 58 UNIQUE BUILDERS, INC. 58 VAG TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, PSC 59 VILMARY RODRÍGUEZ DBA ASA LINES 59 WEKANDO CONSTRUCTION, INC. 59 WEST CORPORATION 60 WHOLESALE ELECTRIC CARIBE, INC

23 INDEX PAGE WM AMBIENTA, INC. 60 Z ELECTRIC SALES, INC. 61 ZENÓN CONSTRUCTION, CORP

24 AAA COFFEE BREAK SERVICE, INC. CUBITA 649 Bo. LOS FRAILES GUAYNABO PR PO BOX 9505 SANTURCE PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUIS ALONSO SERVICES: VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS NAICS: # PRPA ABC GROUP CONTRACTOR, INC. #117 CALLE C COSTA DE ORO DORADO PR PO BOX 948 DORADO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. FÉLIX DÁVILA DE JESÚS CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA A.C.R. SYSTEMS, INC. CALLE 2 OESTE NO. 13, RÍO PLANTATION BAYAMÓN PR PO BOX 1819 BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. NORBERTO MORALES CONTRACTOR: PLUMBING, HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS SERVICES; ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #238220, #

25 ACTION SERVICE CORPORATION 1700 CARR 8838 SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. JULIE GARCÍA SERVICES: JANITORIAL SERVICES NAICS: # ADIELCO CONTRACTORS CORPORATION 867 AVENIDA MUÑOZ RIVERA EDIFICIO VICK CENTER, SUITE 301-A RÍO PIEDRAS PR HC-03 BOX COROZAL PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CELLULAR: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ADALBERTO GARCÍA, MS. MARITZA BETANCOURT CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS (EARTH MOVEMENT) NAICS: #237310, # ADVANTIX ENGINEERING, CORP. CALLE PINO 2 D-33, VILLA DEL REY CAROLINA PR MAR DE ISLA VERDE, SUITE 9-L CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAVIER G. CASTILLO CONTRACTOR: INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA 9 22

26 ALF GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC. CARR. 511 KM. 2.0, BO. REAL ANÓN PONCE PR PO BOX COTO LAUREL PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ALFREDO L. FIGUEROA SUÁREZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # ALL ROADS, CORP. BO. MONSERRATE CARR. # 2 KM. 2.2 VEGA BAJA PR AVE SAN CLAUDIO PMB 318 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EMMANUEL S. MORALES GONZÁLEZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (PAVEMENT MARKINGS, TRAFFIC SIGNS, GUARD RAIL INSTALLATION AND SALES OF RELATED TRAFFIC PRODUCTS) NAICS: # ALONSO & CARUS IRON WORKS, INC. ROAD 869 KM. 0.9 BO. PALMAS CATAÑO PR PO BOX 566 CATAÑO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JORGE L. RAMOS VIRUET MANUFACTURER, SUPPLIER: FABRICATED STRUCTURAL METAL MANUFACTURING, METAL TANK (HEAVY GAUGE) MANUFACTURING, POWER BOILER AND HEAT EXCHANGER MANUFACTURING; METAL SERVICE CENTER AND OTHER METAL MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: #332312, #332420, #

27 AM ELECTRIC, INC. JOSÉ G. PADILLA 105, BLDG. 202 B MAYAGÜEZ PR PO BOX 3745 MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONES: (787) , , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAVIER ACOSTA MARTIN CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # AMBROSIANI HERMANOS, INC. LOIZA INDUSTRIAL PARK, BO. SAN ISIDRO CARR. 188 KM. 0.8 CANÓVANAS PR PO BOX 1644 CANÓVANAS PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. STEVE JAIPERSAD MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER: TIRE RETREADING NAICS: # AMERICAN LAWN MAINTENANCE, INC. 18 CALLE GUAYAMA SUITE 5 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. CÉSAR PÉREZ SUBCONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS #

28 AMH CONSULTANTS ENGINEERS, PSC #1007 AVENIDA LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA EDIFICIO DARLINGTON, SUITE 1010 RÍO PIEDRAS PR PHONE: (787) , (939) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ALBERTO MALDONADO HERNÁNDEZ CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # ANG CONSTRUCTION, INC. Carretera 931 Km. 5.7 Bo. Navarro Gurabo PR PMB RAFAEL CORDERO, SUITE 140 CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. BIENVENIDO NEGRÓN CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # ANGEL RAFAEL ELECTRIC SERVICES, INC. SECTOR LA CAMBIJA, CARR. 167 BAYAMÓN PR PO BOX 6381 BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ÁNGEL R. MARRERO MONTESINO CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR NAICS: #

29 ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC. 444 SOUTH FLOWER ST., SUITE 1688 LOS ANGELES CA PHONE: (213) FAX: (213) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANIL VERMA CONSULTANT: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES CONTRACTOR: OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION; HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #541310, #237990, # ANKIT, LLC 2263 NW BOCA RATON BLVD., SUITE 104 BOCA RATON, FL PHONE: (561) , (561) FAX: (561) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANKIT JAIN SUPPLIER: HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES AND CONSUMER ELECTRONIC MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: # ANTONIO & M. CONSTRUCTION, INC. AVE. LA MONSERRATE, SECTOR LA 44, BO. SABANA ABAJO CAROLINA PR PO BOX 9344 CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANTONIO M. SANTIAGO RODRÍGUEZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA 13 26

30 ANTONIO MELÉNDEZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC B-17 MARGINAL, EXT. FOREST HILL BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANTONIO J. MELÉNDEZ CONSULTANT: SURVEYING AND MAPPING (EXCEPT GEOPHYSICAL) SERVICES NAICS: # AP INDUSTRIAL, CORP. CARRETERAS 183 Km. 4.4, BO. TOMÁS DE CASTRO CAGUAS PR HC-03 BOX CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. BRYAN PAGÁN GUERRERO CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # ARQUITECTURAL SECURITY, INC JÁJOME, URBANIZACIÓN CROWN HILLS SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ R. TORRES IRIZARRY SERVICES: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA 14 27

31 ATLANTIC MASTER PARKING SERVICES, INC AVE. BOULEVARD, LEVITTOWN TOA BAJA PR PMB AVENIDA RÍO HONDO BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) , , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS A. CLAUDIO ANDALUZ SERVICES: PARKING LOTS & GARAGES NAICS: # PRPA ATLANTIC QUALITY CONTRACTOR, CORP. URB. BRISAS DEL CANAL, CALLE PASEO MONTE CLARO ISABELA PR PMB 471 PO BOX ISABELA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CELLULAR: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. EDWIN AVILÉS CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA AUTOBUSES DE PUERTO RICO (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. ROAD 887 KM 2.4 BO. SAN ANTÓN CAROLINA PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAVIER IRIZARRY-RIVERA, MARISOL IRIZARRY TRANSPORTATION: BUS AND OTHER MOTOR VEHICLE TRANSIT SYSTEMS; OTHER URBAN TRANSIT SYSTEMS; INTERURBAN AND RURAL BUS TRANSPORTATION; CHARTER BUS INDUSTRY; ALL OTHER TRANSIT AND GROUND PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION; SCHOOL AND EMPLOYEE BUS TRANSPORTATION NAICS: #485113, #485119, #485210, #485510, #485999, #

32 AUTORIZE, LLC 5964 SOUTHLAND DRIVE STONE MOUNTAIN GA PHONE: (770) WEBSITE: autorizer.com CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANK M. BILLUE SUPPLIER: OTHER CHEMICAL AND ALLIED PRODUCTS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS (SPECIFICALLY AUTOMOTIVE CHEMICAL EXCLUDING LUBRICATING GREASE OILS AND JANITORIAL CHEMICALS) NAICS: # AVANT TECHNOLOGIES OF PR, INC. BLDG. 39, CAGUAS INDUSTRIAL PARK CAGUAS PR PO BOX 9359 CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUIS A. DÍAZ MANUFACTURER: ELECTRONIC COMPUTER MANUFACTURING; COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE STORES, COMPUTERS AND OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE; SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES (EXCEPT LOCKSMITHS) NAICS: #334111, #443142, #811212, # AVID CONSULTING ENGINEERS, PSC CALLE PARANÁ #1570 URB. EL PARAÍSO SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JUAN A. LUGO CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: #

33 BANNEKER ENERGY, LLC 4855 RIVER GREEN PARKWAY, SUITE 320 DULUTH GA PHONE: (770) , (678) FAX: (770) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. LOTHARIO TOLBERT PRODUCT MERCHANT WHOLESALERS: PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS (EXCEPT BULK STATION AND TERMINALS) NAICS: # BESTWAY SERVICES, INC BUCHANAN ST. NASHVILLE DAVIDSON TN PO BOX NASHVILLE, TN PHONE: (615) , (615) FAX: (615) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ALONSO BETTS SERVICES: JANITORIAL SERVICES; FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES (EXCEPT COMPUTER OPERATIONS); LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: #561720, #561210, # BILLUE AND ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL, INC SOUTHLAND DRIVE STONE MOUNTAIN GA PHONE: (770) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANK M. BILLUE CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES; OTHER MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: #541611, #

34 BMC-BASULTO MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, INC HARRISON STREET HOLLYWOOD FL PHONES: (954) , FAX: (954) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ BASULTO CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # BROCKINGTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC Bay Circle, Suite 220 Norcross GA PHONE: (770) FAX: (770) WEBSITE: brockington.org CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANDREW SCARR, MS. SARAH E. BROCKINGTON CONSULTANT: ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES NAICS: # CAD CONCEPTS, INC WEST 5TH AVENUE, SUITE 120 COLUMBUS OH PHONE: (614) FAX: (614) CONTACT PERSON: MS. JOYCE JOHNSON CONSULTANT: DRAFTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 18 31

35 CARIBBEAN LIGHTING PRODUCTS, CORP. BO. RÍO CANA CALLE 12 FINAL CAGUAS PR PO BOX 4956, SUITE 1171 CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUIS DELGADO CONSULTANT: OTHER MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. MUNET COURT ST. #4 PUEBLO VIEJO GUAYNABO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) , WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAVIER DOBLE MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER: OTHER COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING; SIGN MANUFACTURING; HIGHWAY STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (INSTALLING GUARD RAIL IN HIGHWAYS); OTHER BUILDING MATERIAL DEALERS NAICS: #334290, #339950, #237310, # CARLOS SANTANA DBA CARANA ENERGY SYSTEMS LOS MONTES #435, CALLE ÁGUILA DORADO PR PHONES: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS SANTANA CONSULTANT & SUPPLIER: OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES, ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT, WIRING SUPPLIES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: #541690,

36 CARRO & CARRO ENTERPRISES, INC. BO. JAGUAS, SECTOR VENTANAS CARR. #145, KM. 1.8 CIALES PR PO BOX 1475 CIALES PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JUAN CARRO ORTIZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AND REPAVEMENT NAICS: # CD BUILDERS, INC. CARR INT. CARR KM. 2 BO. CELADA, SECTOR LOS CHINOS GURABO PR PO BOX 1333 GURABO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ISMAEL CARRASQUILLO, ROLANDO RAMOS CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # CESI, INC. PR-189, KM. 7.8 BO. MAMEY I GURABO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) , CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ A. LÓPEZ CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

37 CGH TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 600 MARYLAND AVE. SW, STE. 800 W WASHINGTON DC MT. CALVERT RD. UPPER MARLBORO MD PHONE: (202) FAX: (202) CONTACT PERSON: MS. CINDY TROUTMAN CONSULTANT: OTHER MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA COMAS & COMAS CONTRACTORS, CORP. CARR. 311 KM. 3.5 INT., BO. CERRILLOS, SECTOR LOS ASENCIOS CABO ROJO PR PO BOX 6447 MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS COMAS DÍAZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC. CONDOMINIO EL SEÑORIAL PLAZA 1326 CALLE SALUD, SUITE 503 PONCE PR PO BOX 7442 PONCE PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANTONIO LÓPEZ CARDONA CONTRACTOR: OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION; ALL OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES NAICS: #237990,

38 CONNICO, INCORPORATED 2594 N. Mount Juliet Road Mount Juliet TN PHONE: (615) FAX: (615) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. CONNIE S. GOWDER CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES; OTHER MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: #541611, # CONSTRUCTORA RODRÍGUEZ SEVILLA, INC. BO. VOLCÁN ARENAS #299, CARR. 871 BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANTONIO RODRÍGUEZ SEVILLA CONTRACTOR: INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA DC ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC First Federal Saving Building, Suite Ponce de León SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. DAIANYK CÓRDOVA-MARRERO CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # DEREK CONSTRUCTION, INC. PMB 231 PO BOX ISABELA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) cdconstruction7gmail.com CONTACT PERSON: MR. RICARDO J. ACEVEDO CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA 22 35

39 DESARROLLADORA JA, INC. MIRADOR DEL CIELO, CALLE 455 ISABELA PR PO BOX 343 ISABELA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ R. ABRAMS CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #236220, # PRPA DESIGN BUILD, SE PO BOX 2500 TOA BAJA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ L. ORTIZ SERRANO CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA DIGITAL NETWORKS, CORP. METRO OFFICE PARK, PARK 7 SUITE 204 GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. EDWIN CARDONA SERVICES: WIRED TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIERS; COMPUTER SYSTEMS DESIGN SERVICES NAICS: #517110, #

40 DIVISION 16 CORPORATION CARR. 1 KM 27.1 RAMAL 798 BO LA CHANGA CAGUAS PR PO BOX 3491 GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: www. division16pr.com CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS A. RODRÍGUEZ CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATIONS CONTRACTORS; PLUMBING, HEATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS (MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS) NAICS: #238210, # DR CONTRACTORS & MAINTENANCE, CORP. PR-796 KM. 2.4 BO. RÍO CAÑAS SECTOR LA GUASÁBARA CAGUAS PR RAFAEL CORDERO AVE. SUITE PMB CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) ext. 200 or 202 (787) FAX: WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUIS R. RODRÍGUEZ DEL VALLE CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # ECONET SOLUCIONES AMBIENTALES, CORP. CARRETERA 173, BO. SONADORA I, CALLE RAMÓN OCASIO AGUAS BUENAS PR AVENIDA SAN CLAUDIO, SUITE 360 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. WILLIAM GONZÁLEZ CONSULTANT: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 24 37

41 ECS CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 654 PLAZA, SUITE 907, LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA AVENUE SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. NELSON ESTEVES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: ALL OTHER PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA EH CARIBBEAN SPECIALTY COFFEE MONTEHIEDRA, INC. DBA THE COFFEE BEANERY MONTEHIEDRA TOWN CENTER MALL RÍO PIEDRAS PR CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE MERCADEO TORRE II, SUITE 403 GUAYNABO PR PHONE/FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EDWIN HERNÁNDEZ CONCESSIONAIRE: SNACK & NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE BARS NAICS: # PRPA ELECTRICAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, INC. BO. MARTÍN GONZÁLEZ, PR-860, KM. 2.0 CAMINO LOS PARCELEROS CAROLINA PR HC-2 BOX CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. MILTON GARAYÚA CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

42 ELITE PROFESSIONALS, LLC 5174 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE, BROWARD DAVIE FL PHONE: (954) , (832) FAX: (954) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. DANIELLE WANSER SERVICES: CUSTOM COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SERVICES; COMPUTER SYSTEMS DESIGN SERVICES; SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES (EXCEPT LOCKSMITHS) NAICS: #541511; ; EMECO, INC. BO LOS FRAILES, CARR. 841, KM. 3.5 GUAYNABO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ISIDRO GARCÍA CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA ENGINEERED PARTS & SERVICES, INC. CARR. 32 KM PARQUE INDUSTRIAL ESPINOZA VEGA ALTA PR PO BOX 1899 VEGA ALTA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ R. COLBERG MANUFACTURER: OTHER COMMERCIAL & SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINERY MANUFACTURING NAICS: # PRPA 26 39

43 ENRIQUE RUÍZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC 1226 AMERICO MIRANDA AVENUE REPARTO METROPOLITANO SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ENRIQUE RUIZ CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # ENTECH DESIGN & PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PSC 1665 AVE. VÍCTORM. LABIOSA, SUITE 304 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAVIER QUIRÓS PIERCE CONSULTANT: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT), ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: #237310, # ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SOLUTIONS, INC PERIMETER PARK BLVD. SUITE 1 JACKSONVILLE DUVAL FL PHONE: (904) FAX: (904) CONTACT PERSON: MS. PHELITIA C. CRUZ CONSULTANT & SERVICES: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES DRAFTING SERVICES; REMEDIATION SERVICES NAICS: #541620, #541340, #

44 FERNÁNDEZ, ARQUITECTOS EDIFICIO LA ELECTRÓNICA, OFICINA 327 CARR. PR-1, MARGINAL CALLE BORI #1608 SAN JUAN PR PO BOX 3423 GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EUGENIO FERNÁNDEZ CONSULTANT: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA FEF CONSULTORES, CSP 327 WINSTON CHURCHILL AVENUE SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. FERNANDO E. FAGUNDO CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # FIRST QUALITY, CORP. CALLE ADELINA HERNÁNDEZ #23, BO. LAS CUEVAS TRUJILLO ALTO PR PMB 361, SUITE 101/220 WESTERN AUTO PLAZA TRUJILLO ALTO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANCO ACEVEDO SUB-CONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 28 41

45 FRC RAIL SPECIALTIES, INC. PO BOX 4443 CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. PABLO F. FLORES MARRERO CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS (INSTALLING GUARD RAILS ON HIGHWAYS) NAICS: #237310, # GARBO URB. HÚSERAS W-4, 10 CALDERÓN DE LA BARCA SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. CYNTHIA G. BERRIOS CONCESSIONAIRE: CLOTHING ACCESSORIES STORES NAICS: # PRPA GARCINOX CORPORATION CARRETERA 176 KM. 6.7 CUPEY ALTO SAN JUAN PR RR-6 BOX 9213 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ M. GARCÍA BERMÚDEZ MANUFACTURER: ORNAMENTAL AND ARCHITECTURAL METAL WORK MANUFACTURING NAICS: #

46 GEO ENGINEERING, LLC CARR. 21 #1413 REPARTO LANDRAU RÍO PIEDRAS PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS E. RODRÍGUEZ PÉREZ CONSULTANTS: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # GENERAL POWER, INC. URBANIZACIÓN LEVITOWN PASEO EL DUQUE BB 1822 TOA BAJA PR PO BOX TOA BAJA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EFRAÍN VALENTÍN COLÓN CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS NAICS: # GILL ENGINEERING GROUP, INC. CARR. 662 KM. 01, BO. SANTANA ARECIBO PR SANTANA ARECIBO PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ROLANDO GIL SANTIAGO CONTRACTOR: OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #

47 GLOBAL SURVEY, PSC PORTAL DE LA REINA#184 SANTA ISABEL PR PO BOX 807 COAMO PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ÁNGEL N. COLÓN GUZMÁN CONSULTANT: SURVEYING AND MAPPING (EXCEPT GEOPHYSICAL) SERVICES NAICS: # HACIENDA SAN VICENTE CORP. DBA GRAMA NOVA PR-688 KM. 1.0 BO. SABANA VEGA BAJA PR PO BOX 2396 VEGA BAJA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. GERARDO RAPHAEL CASANOVA TIRADO SUBCONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: # H. CALERO CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 416 PONCE DE LEÓN AVENUE UNION PLAZA, SUITE 1111 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. HEIDIE CALERO CONSULTANT: OTHER SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: #

48 HS MECHANICAL GROUP, INC. 406 VILLA FONTANA MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. HÉCTOR SÁNCHEZ RIVERA CONTRACTOR: PLUMBING, HEATING & AIR-CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP. CARR. 567, BARRIO SAN LORENZO SECTOR LAS PARCELAS KM 11.1 MOROVIS PR PO BOX 2393 MOROVIS PR PHONE: (787) , (939) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ALBERTO SANTOS RODRÍGUEZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (INSTALLING GUARDRAILS ON HIGHWAYS, SIGN ERECTION, HIGHWAY, ROADS STREET OR BRIDGE, TRAFFIC DELINEATORS AND REFLECTIVE MARKERS) NAICS: # INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. CONDOMINIO VILLA MAGNA 1783 PR-21 PISO 2, SUITE C-3 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ENRIQUE VILLAVICENCIO CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION; COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #237310, #239990, #

49 INTERNATIONAL BARBER SHOP LUIS MUÑOZ MARÍN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ISLA VERDE PR URB. VILLA DE CANES, CALLE GUAYAMA C-9 TRUJILLO ALTO PR PHONE: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ÁNGEL M. COLÓN ROMÁN CONCESSIONAIRE: BEAUTY SALONS (BEAUTY & BARBER SHOP COMBINED) NAICS: # PRPA INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTORS, INC TH AVENUE N. LARGO FL PHONES: (727) FAX: (727) CONTACT PERSON: MR. WALTER CENAL CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (CONCRETE ROADWAY REHAB, GROOVING, GRINDING) NAICS: # IPS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. EXT. VILLAMAR #1105 MARGINAL VILLAMAR, SUITE 13 CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. IGNACIO PRATS CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA ISONIC, CORP. PO BOX 1197 JUNCOS PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ISAAC GARCÍA VELÁZQUEZ CONSULTANT: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 33 46

50 JARDIN ISLA VERDE, INC CALLE CACIQUE, URB. SANTA TERESITA SAN JUAN PR LUCHETTI #1206 CONDADO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. KENNETH W. KENDALL SUBCONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: # JCM & ASSOCIATES, INC E. WASHINGTON BLVD. COMMERCE CA PHONE: (323) , (800), FAX: (323) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ CORNEJO CONTRACTOR: OTHER APPAREL ACCESSORIES & OTHER APPAREL MANUFACTURING; OTHER CLOTHING STORES NAICS: #315990, # JCS WORLDWIDE PROCESSING SYSTEMS, INC. CALLE 183 KM. 4.7, BO. TOMÁS DE CASTRO CAGUAS PR PO BOX 5339 CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ A. CARMONA SERVICES: COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY REPAIR & MAINTENANCE NAICS: # PRPA 34 47

51 JF CONTRACTORS, CORP. CARR. 3 BO. TRUJILLO ALTO ESTUDIO ROBERTO CLEMENTE WALKER SUITE 3 CAROLINA PR URB. LOMAS VERDES CALLE CASIA U 10 BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAIME PÉREZ RAMOS CONTRACTOR & SERVICES: SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS; LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: #561730, # JIKA ELECTRICAL, CORP. CARR. 693 LOTE 257 COMM. BREÑAS VEGA ALTA, PR PO BOX 628 DORADO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JAIME SAMHAN ESPINEL SUPPLIER: ELECTRICAL APPARATUS & EQUIPMENT, WIRING SUPPLIES & RELATED EQUIPMENT MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: # JOHN GRAZEL, INC. CARR. #876 KM. 2.8 BO. LAS CUEVAS TRUJILLO ALTO PR PO BOX 6187 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOHN VÁZQUEZ-COMPTROLLER CONTRACTOR: SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

52 JOSÉ R. BALZAC, PSC CALLE PRADERA 240, URB. LAS CUMBRES SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ R. BALZAC CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA JOSÉ LUIS PADILLA COLÓN DBA JL PADILLA VENDING & AMUSEMENT CALLE 3 B-11 URB. SANTA ISIDRA I FAJARDO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ L. PADILLA CONCESSIONAIRE: VENDING MACHINE OPERATORS NAICS: # PRPA JOSÉ ORTIZ GARCÍA DBA ORTIZ LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS ROAD #2 KM BO. POZO HONDO AÑASCO PR PO BOX 880 MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ ORTIZ GARCÍA CONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: #

53 JR TECHNICAL, PSC 1208 AVE. PONCE DE LEÓN PDA. 18 SANTURCE PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: empresasgaya.com.com CONTACT PERSON: MR. RAÚL GAYÁ NIGAGLIONI CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # KAISEN UTILITY CONSTRUCTION, CORP. CALLE PR-779, KM. 7.7, BO. PALOMAS COMERÍO PR HC-02 BOX 5463 COMERÍO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. VÍCTOR E. SANTIAGO QUILES CONSULTANT: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA KB ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, INC KOGER BOULEVARD, SUITE 211 ST. PETERSBURG FL PHONE: (727) , FAX: (727) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. LEOLA CARROL BRYANT CONSULTING SERVICES: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES; HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION NAICS: #541620, #

54 KEVILLE ENTERPRISES, INC. 475 SCHOOL STREET, SUITE 11 MARSHFIELD MA PHONE: (781) FAX: (781) CONTACT PERSON: MS. CHRISTINE KEVILLE CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # KLEIN ENGINEERING, PSC 1481 ELIDA CAPARRA HEIGHTS SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: 1(888) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANCISCO R. KLEIN MOYA CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # KRYONIX, CORP. #531 CALLE JUAN A. DÁVILA URB. LOS INGENIEROS SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ROBERTO UBIÑAS, NOMAR CAMILO SERVICES: COMPUTER FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 38 51

55 LADISLAO ORTIZ & ASOCIADOS-INGENIEROS, CSP URB. VILLA NEVÁREZ 334 AMÉRICO MIRANDA AVENUE, SUITE 4 SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. LADISLAO ORTIZ SUSTACHE CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # LDG TECHNICAL SERVICES, CORP. CARR. 869 KM. 2.0 URB. INDUSTRIAL, MOD 4. CATAÑO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) / (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JESÚS D. FONTÁNEZ SUPPLIER/MANUFACTURER: METAL WINDOW AND DOOR MANUFACTURING, WOOD WINDOW AND DOOR MANUFACTURING, ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED METAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING NAICS: #332321, #321911, # LONGHOUSE INVENTORY SOLUTIONS, LLC PO BOX 1212 CLAREMORE OK PHONE: (918) CONTACT PERSON: MS. JAMI JONES SUPPLIER: OTHER MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: # PRPA 39 52

56 LUIS H. BONNET, ARQUITECTOS CSP CALLE IBIZA B 10, URBANIZACIÓN PARQUE MEDITERRÁNEO GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUIS H. BONNET CONSULTANT: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA MANAGEMENT & TECHNICAL CONSULTING GROUP, INC. CALLE BORI 1608, SUITE 221 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. MIGUEL A. VESCOVACCI NAZARIO CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. CALLE JOSÉ G. PADILLA #104 BO. EL SECO MAYAGÜEZ PR PO BOX 6534 MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. MARIMIL CRUZ, MS. ANNETTE RIVERA CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (PAINTING LINES ON HIGHWAYS, GUARD RAIL INSTALLATION, TRAFFIC SIGNS, DRUMS AND ROAD PRODUCTS) NAICS: #

57 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC #30 FLORENCIO SANTIAGO ST. COAMO PR PO BOX 90 COAMO PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) , CONTACT PERSON: MR. GERMÁN NOLASCO (CORPORATE LIAISON) CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES; ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES; HIGHWAY STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #541330; ; ; MFS CONSULTING ENGINEERS, LLC A 4 GIGI STREET, STA. MARÍA SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (917) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ ALBERTO FUENTES CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES, SURVEYING AND MAPPING (EXCEPT GEOPHYSICAL) SERVICES NAICS: #541330; # MGV GEOTECHNICAL GROUP, PSC PR 2 KM. 35 BO. CEIBA VEGA BAJA PR PO BOX 2636 VEGA BAJA PR PHONE: (939) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. MARCUS GARCÍA VINCENTY CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES; ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: #541330; #

58 MIGUEL P. VÉLEZ & ASSOCIATES U3-22 LAS LOMAS DEVELOPMENT RÍO PIEDRAS PR PO BOX CAPARRA HEIGHTS STATION SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. MIGUEL P. VÉLEZ CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # MILLONES CAR WASH PASEO DE MONTE FLORES, APT. 103 CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. OMIL BORRERO COFIÑO SERVICES: CAR WASH NAICS: # PRPA MONTGOMERY CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 501 S. NEW YORK AVE., SUITE 210 WINTER PARK FL PHONE: (407) FAX: (407) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. MONTY GETTYS CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES, AIRPORT PLANNING NAICS: #

59 OBRATEC CONTRATISTA GENERAL, INC. AVE. ALEJANDRINO KM. 1.3, SECTOR MELIÁ LEÓN, LOTE #4 GUAYNABO PR PO BOX PMB 336 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: 1(866) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ D. GARCÍA SOSA CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #237310, ONE CORPS, INC. ROAD #190 -LA CERÁMICA CAMPO RICO AVENUE CAROLINA PR PO BOX CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , , , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MRS. ARELI TOSTE SERVICES: SECURITY GUARDS & PATROL SERVICES; SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES (EXCEPT LOCKSMITHS) NAICS: #561612, # OPTIMUS CONTRACTORS, CORP. Q-43 AVE. MUÑOZ MARÍN VILLA DEL CARMEN CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. LEONEL PLANAS CASADO CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION; WATER LINES AND SEWER LINE AND RELATED STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION NAICS #236220, #

60 PACO GROUP, INC. 110 WILLIAM STREET, SUITE 3010 NEW YORK NY PHONE: (212) FAX: (212) CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANK OTERO CONSULTANT: HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT) NAICS: # PAGÁN HEAVY EQUIPMENT, INC. PR-14 KM BO. TIJERAS JUANA DÍAZ PR HC-03 BOX JUANA DÍAZ PR PHONE: (787) (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. NELSON PAGÁN MARRERO CONSULTANT: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, HIGHWAY, ROAD, STREET AND BRIDGE, CONSTRUCTION; MINING AND FORESTRY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND LEASING NAICS: #237310, # PANER, CORP. PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. NERVIC M. VÉLEZ CARRIÓN CONCESSIONAIRE: ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS STORE RETAILERS (EXCEPT TOBACCO STORES) NAICS: # PRPA 44 57

61 PARAGON PROJECT RESOURCES, INC RIVERSIDE DRIVE, SUITE 106 IRVING TX PHONE: (214) FAX: (214) CONTACT PERSON: MR. WILLIAM CORREA CONSULTANT: COMPUTER SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR DESIGN CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PARKING & TRAFFIC LINES, CORP. URB. HACIENDA REAL CALLE 215, FLOR DE SIERRA CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ÁNGEL MANZANO SERRANO SUBCONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (TRAFFIC LINES & PAINTING) NAICS: # PCALET, CORP. URB. LAS BRISAS CALLE 7 M-16 COROZAL PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. MIGDALIA SANTOS CONSULTANT: HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 45 58

62 PEPINO HEAVY PARTS, INC. ROAD 111. KM. 10.0, BO. VOLADORAS MOCA PR PO BOX 2570 MOCA PR PHONE: (787) / (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. WILFREDO RIVERA MEDINA SERVICES: AUTOMOTIVE TRUCK PARTS & ACCESSORIES STORES, OIL CHANGE AND LUBRICATION, TRANSMISSION REPAIRS AND ALL OTHER AUTOMOTIVE AND MAINTENANCE NAICS: #441310, #811191, #811113, # PEREZ ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC. CARR. 110 KM MOCA PR PO BOX 1854 MOCA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: 1 (800) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EFRAÍN PÉREZ SUBCONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PG ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, PSC 1122 PONCE DE LEÓN AVENUE SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: CARLOS I. PESQUERA, MS. MARÍA CRISTINA GONZÁLEZ CONSULTANT: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (PROJECT CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT), ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS #237310, #

63 PODUXXEA, CORP. PLAZA DÁRSENAS, CALLE COMERCIO SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ANTONIO FERNÁNDEZ CONCESSIONAIRE: LIMITED SERVICE RESTAURANT NAICS: # PRPA PONCE LAWN SERVICE, INC. PMB 195, 609 AVE. TITO CASTRO, SUITE 102 PONCE PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. CURTIS AKEY CONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: # PRETENSADOS DE PUERTO RICO, INC. CARR. PR-1 KM , BARRIO PASTILLO JUANA DÍAZ PR PO BOX 5058 CAGUAS PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. BENJAMÍN BRAVO MANUFACTURER: OTHER CONCRETE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING, PRE-STRESS BEAM FABRICATION NAICS: #

64 PRIMA FACIE, INC. CARR. #834, KM. 2, BO. SONADORA SECTOR EL ALTO GUAYNABO PR HC-04 BOX 5759 GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. GERARDO E. CISNEROS SÁNCHEZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRIME AIR, CORP. 330 AVE. JOSÉ SANTANA, WORLD CARGO-BLDG. B CAROLINA PR PO BOX AMF STATION CAROLINA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. IRIS VINCENTY CONTRACTOR: GENERAL WAREHOUSING AND STORAGE; REFRIGERATED WAREHOUSE AND STORAGE; FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENT; GENERAL FREIGHT TRUCKING, LOCAL; SCHEDULED FREIGHT AIR TRANSPORTATION NAICS: #483110, #493120, #458510, #484110, # PRIME ELECTRIC, CORP. CARR. #1 KM. 18.5, BO. CAIMITO RIO PIEDRAS PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. PEDRO ALEMAR PÉREZ CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

65 PRIME SECURITY & TECHNOLOGIES, INC. PMB 97 PO BOX BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. PEDRO RAMOS MANUFACTURER: OTHER COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING/SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES (EXCEPT LOCKSMITHS) NAICS: #334290, # PRPA PRO-PAVE CORPORATION PR-845 KM 1.6 CUPEY BAJO SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. MAGDALENA DÍAZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS (PAVING, ASPHALT COATING AND SEALING) NAICS: #237310, # QUALITY CONSTRUCTION, SE A & M TOWER 2ND.FLOOR 207 DEL PARQUE STREET SANTURCE PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. EDWIN LA TORRE CONTRACTOR: INDUSTRIAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA 49 62

66 QUEST CORPORATION OF AMERICA, INC NORTHDALE BLVD., SUITE 242 TAMPA FL PHONE: (813) , (866) FAX: (813) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. SHARLENE LAIRSCEY CONSULTANT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCIES; OTHER MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: #541820, # RAMÍREZ BUXEDA ARQUITECTOS, PSC 900 FERNÁNDEZ JUNCOS AVE. 2ND. FLOOR, OFFICE #3 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. JORGE F. RAMIREZ BUXEDA CONSULTANT: ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES NAICS: # RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. URB. INDUSTRIAL VALLAS TORRES, CALLE PRINCIPAL #430 MERCEDITA PR PO BOX 17 MERCEDITA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. MIGUEL J. HERNÁNDEZ ZAYAS CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; OTHER COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING NAICS: #237310, #

67 RICHARD CHANG SIERRA DBA CHANG SIERRA & ASOCIADOS 1744 CALIFORNIA STREET URBANIZACIÓN SAN GERARDO SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. RICHARD CHANG SIERRA SERVICES: SURVEYING AND MAPPING (EXCEPT GEOPHYSICAL) SERVICES NAICS: # ROADMARK CORPORATION PR-175 KM. 9.0, BO. CARRAÍZO TRUJILLO ALTO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. MARIE ANGIE DÁVILA SUBCONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION, PAVEMENT MARKINGS NAICS: # SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 1669 CALLE PARANÁ SAN JUAN PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. HUMBERTO CUEBAS SEGARRA CONTRACTOR & SUPPLIER: HIGHWAY STREET AND BRIDGE CONTRACTORS; ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS, MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS#237310, #238990, #

68 SAFETY ROUTE, CORP. PO BOX 5000 SUITE 872 AGUADA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: CONTACT PERSON: MS. JESENIA GONZÁLEZ SOTO CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY STREET AND BRIDGE CONTRACTORS NAICS# PRPA SEPTIX WASTE, INC. CARR. #1, KM , BO. CALZADA PONCE PR PO BOX 490 MERCEDITA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. GARY SANTOS MEDINA SERVICES: OTHER NONHAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL (RENT OF PORTABLE TOILETS & HOLDING TANKS CLEANING OF SEPTIC TANKS & GREASE TRAPS) NAICS: # SERVICIOS DE INGENIERÍA PO BOX 1279 VICTORIA STATION AGUADILLA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JOSÉ L. MORENO CONTRACTOR: COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # PRPA 52 65

69 SM ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, SE 3006 AVE. SAN CRISTÓBAL COTO LAUREL PR PO BOX COTO LAUREL PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. FRANCISCO JAVIER LASANTA MORALES CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # SOLID ENGINEERING, LLC 345 AVE. LOPATEGUI AVENUE PONCE DE LEÓN GUAYNABO PR PHONE: (787) / (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. DANIEL I. MARTÍNEZ CONTRACTOR: OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION; SUPPORT ACTIVITIES FOR RAIL TRANSPORTATION, LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #237990/# SSR GROUP ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING, CORP. AVENIDA BOULEVARD MONROIG EB-27, LEVITTOWN TOA BAJA PR PO BOX TOA BAJA PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ÁNGEL J. SIERRA CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA 53 66

70 SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC. SUNSET PARK #10, BO. PALMAS ARROYO PR PO BOX 479 ARROYO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. BASILIO RAMOS SANTIAGO CONTRACTOR: ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA TAU ELECTRIC, INC. CALLE ALDEBARRÁN #564, ALTAMIRA GUAYNABO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. EDUARDO TRULLENQUE CONTRACTOR/SUBCONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # TEAMS BY DESIGN, INC PARK LANE, SUISUN CITY SOLANO CA PHONE: (707) , FAX: (707) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. CONNIE (CONCEPCIÓN) TUALLA CONTRACTOR: MEN & BOYS CUT & SEW APPAREL CONTRACTORS, WOMEN & GIRLS & INFANTS CUT & SEW APPAREL CONTRACTORS, WOMEN CLOTHING STORES, MEN CLOTHING STORES NAICS: #315110, , ,

71 TECHNO ELECTRIC, INC. BO. SUMIDO CARR. 715 KM. 0.8 CAYEY PR HC 44 BOX CAYEY PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. JULIO C. MELÉNDEZ BERRÍOS CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS & OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: # PRPA TECNEW CONSTRUCTION, LLC CARR. 846 KM. 1.5 BARRIO LAS CUEVAS TRUJILLO ALTO PR PO BOX SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ELPIDIO RIVERA CONTRACTOR: POURED CONCRETE FOUNDATION AND STRUCTURE CONTRACTORS; OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION; HIGHWAY, STREET AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #238110, #237990, # TERRA LANDSCAPE, CORP. 425 CARR. 693, SUITE #1, PMB 294 DORADO PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. RAMÓN CASANOVA SUBCONTRACTOR: LANDSCAPING SERVICES NAICS: #

72 THE LINE CONTRACTORS, CORP. CARR. 175 KM. 9.9 BO. CARRAIZO TRUJILLO ALTO PR PMB 351 AVE. SAN CLAUDIO 352 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. LUCAS G. MARTÍNEZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION; MANHOLES CONSTRUCTION NAICS: # TI PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING, PSC 155 AVE. ARTERIAL HOSTOS, APT. B 302 SAN JUAN PR BOX 212 SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. RAFAEL JIMÉNEZ CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA TOLEDO ENGINEERING, CORP. ROAD #199 KM MONTE ATENAS OFFICE PARK SUITE 206 SAN JUAN PR PMB WINSTON CHURCHILL AVENUE SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. GUILLERMO TOLEDO, MS. VIVIAN SOLÁ CONTRACTOR: SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

73 TONY ELECTRICAL SERVICES & CONTRACTORS, INC. CARR. 183, KM , BO. MONTONES 1, SEC. LA ROMANA LAS PIEDRAS PR HC 03 BOX LAS PIEDRAS PR PHONE: (787) (787) CONTACT PERSON: MS. MELINDA RIVERA CONTRACTOR: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND OTHER WIRING INSTALLATION CONTRACTORS NAICS: TOOLE DESIGN GROUP, LLC 8484 GEORGIA AVENUE, SUITE 800 SILVER SPRING MD PHONE: (301) FAX: (301) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MS. JENNIFER TOOLE CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES NAICS: #541330, TRISTATE AVIATION INC. DBA DY CONSULTANTS 401 FRANKLIN AVENUE SUITE 318 GARDEN CITY NY PHONE: (516) FAX: (516) CONTACT PERSON: MR. WILLIAM CASTILLO CONSULTANT: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # PRPA 57 70

74 TSG CONSULTING, INC. 90 RÍO HONDO AVENUE PMB 292 BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) FAX: (626) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. RICHARD TAPIA CONSULTANT: OTHER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES, OTHER TECHNICAL AND TRADE SCHOOLS NAICS: #541690, # PRPA TSG ENTERPRISES, INC. DBA THE SOLIS GROUP 145 VISTA AVENUE SUITE 104 PASADENA CA PHONE: (626) FAX: (626) CONTACT PERSON: MS. THERESA SOLIS CONSULTANT: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT & GENERAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS: # UNIQUE BUILDERS, INC. 718 CONFIANZA ST., SIMÓN MADERA AVE. CORNER, LAS VIRTUDES, SAN JUAN, P.R PO BOX SAN JUAN, P.R PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. DOMINGO POLANCO CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #

75 VAG TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, PSC 201 ARTERIAL HOSTOS #1006, CONDOMINIO GALERÍA I SAN JUAN, P.R PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (786) CONTACT PERSON: MS. VANESSA AMADO GONZÁLEZ CONSULTANT: ENGINEERING SERVICES NAICS: # VILMARY RODRÍGUEZ VÁZQUEZ DBA ASA LINES CARR. PR-825, BO. ACHIOTE, SECTOR FONDO DEL SACO NARANJITO, PR HC-73 BOX 4549 NARANJITO, P.R PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) , CONTACT PERSON: MS. VILMARY RODRÍGUEZ SUBCONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (HIGHWAY LINE PAINTING) NAICS # WEKANDO CONSTRUCTION, INC GUARACANAL ST., BDA. VENEZUELA SAN JUAN PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. RICHARD HUNTLEY CONTRACTOR: ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS NAICS: #

76 WEST CORPORATION 3060 ROAD 64 MAYAGÜEZ PR PO BOX 3006 MAYAGÜEZ PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. FERNANDO SUMAZA DÍAZ CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET, AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAIC: # WHOLESALE ELECTRIC CARIBE, INC. HWY. KM 56.5 BO. FLORIDA AFUERA BARCELONETA PR PO BOX 2057 BARCELONETA PR PHONE: (787) , (787) FAX: (787) WEBSITE: CONTACT PERSON: MR. MIGUEL BARRIOS SUPPLIER: ELECTRICAL APPARATUS & EQUIPMENT, WIRING SUPPLIES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS: # WM AMBIENTA, INC. CALLE RAMÓN OCASIO CARR. P.R. 793 KM 0.8 AGUAS BUENAS PR HC-02 BOX AGUAS BUENAS PR PHONE/FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. WALTER SOLER CONSULTANT: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES NAICS # PRPA 60 73

77 Z ELECTRIC SALES, INC. CARR. 167 KM BO. LA CAMBIJA BAYAMÓN PR BDA. LA CAMBIJA 100 CALLE LA CAMBIJA BAYAMÓN PR PHONE: (787) , FAX: (787) CONTACT PERSON: MR. ARNALDO ZAYAS RIVERA SUPPLIER: ELECTRICAL APPARATUS & EQUIPMENT, WIRING SUPPLIES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT MERCHANT WHOLESALERS NAICS # ZENÓN CONSTRUCTION, CORP. PO BOX 5440 CHRISTIANSTED ST. CROIX VI PHONE: (340) , CONTACT PERSON: MR. CARLOS ZENÓN CONTRACTOR: HIGHWAY, STREET & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION NAICS: #

78 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE ARCHITECTS ANIL VERMA & ASSOCIATES, INC. 13 EUGENIO FERNÁNDEZ ARQUITECTOS 28 ISONIC, CORP. 33 LUIS H. BONNET, ARQUITECTOS, CSP 40 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 41 RAMÍREZ BUXEDA ARQUITECTOS, PSC 50 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES TOOLE DESIGN GROUP, LLC 57 COMMUNICATIONS & COMPUTER SERVICES AVANT TECHNOLOGIES OF PUERTO RICO, INC. 16 DIGITAL NETWORKS, CORP. 23 KRYONIX, CORP. 38 PARAGON PROJECTS RESOURCES, INC. 45 PRIME SECURITY & TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 49 CONCESSIONAIRES AAA COFFEE BREAK SERVICE, INC. 8 EH CARIBBEAN SPECIALTY COFFEE MONTEHIEDRA, INC. DBA THE COFFEE BEANERY 25 ELITE PROFESSIONALS, LLC 26 GARBO 29 INTERNATIONAL BARBER SHOP 33 JOSÉ LUIS PADILLA COLÓN DBA JL. PADILLA VENDING & AMUSEMENT 36 MILLONES CAR WASH 42 PANER, CORP. 44 PODUXXEA, CORP. 47 CONSTRUCTION ABC GROUP CONTRACTOR, INC. 8 ALF GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 10 ANG CONSTRUCTION, INC. 12 AP INDUSTRIAL, CORP. 14 ADIELCO CONTRACTORS CORPORATION 9 ADVANTIX ENGINEERING, CORP. 9 ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC. 13 ANTONIO & M. CONSTRUCTION, INC. 13 CD BUILDERS, INC. 20 CARRO & CARRO ENTERPRISES, INC. 20 COMAS & COMAS CONTRACTORS, CORP. 21 COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC. 21 CONSTRUCTORA RODRÍGUEZ SEVILLA, INC. 22 DEREK CONSTRUCTION, INC. 22 DESARROLLADORA JA, INC. 23 DESIGN BUILD, SE 23 GILL ENGINEERING GROUP, INC

79 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE CONSTRUCTION (CONT.) INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP. 32 INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. 32 INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 33 KEVILLE ENTERPRISES, INC. 38 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 41 OBRATEC CONTRATISTA GENERAL, INC. 43 OPTIMUS CONTRACTORS, CORP. 43 PAGÁN HEAVY EQUIPMENT, INC. 44 PRIMA FACIE, INC. 48 PRO PAVE, INC. 49 QUALITY CONSTRUCTION, SE 49 SAFETY ROUTE, CORP. 52 SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 51 SERVICIO DE INGENIERÍA 52 SOLID ENGINEERING, LLC 53 THE LINE CONTRACTORS, CORP. 56 TECNEW CONSTRUCTION, LLC 55 UNIQUE BUILDERS, INC. 58 WEKANDO CONSTRUCTION, INC. 59 WEST CORPORATION 60 ZENÓN CONSTRUCTION, CORP. 61 ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS WORK SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC. 54 ALL OTHER SPECIALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 51 COMMERCIAL & INSTITUIONAL BUILDING INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. 32 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC. 13 ENTECH DESIGN & PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PSC 27 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 41 PG ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, PSC 46 PACO GROUP, INC. 44 EARTH MOVEMENT ADIELCO CONTRACTORS, CORP. 9 TOLEDO ENGINEERING, CORP. 56 GENERAL NEW WORK CONTRACTORS SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC

80 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE CONSTRUCTION (CONT.) GUARD RAILS ALL ROADS, CORP. 10 CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. 19 FRC RAIL SPECIALTIES, INC. 29 INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP 32 MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 MAINTENANCE WORK SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC. 54 MARINE CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC. 21 OTHER HEAVY & CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC. 32 PAVEMENT MARKING ALL ROADS, CORP. 10 INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP. 32 MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 PARKING & TRAFFIC LINES, CORP. 45 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 ROADMARK CORPORATION 51 PAVING, ASPHALT COATING & SEALING PRO PAVE, INC. 49 REPAIRS WORK SUNSET CONTRACTORS & RECYCLING, INC. 54 ROAD SIGNALING ALL ROADS, CORP. 10 FRC RAIL SPECIALTIES, INC. 29 INSTALACIONES DEL CENTRO, CORP. 32 MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 PARKING & TRAFFIC LINES, CORP. 45 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 SAFETY ROUTE, CORP. 52 VILMARY RODRÍGUEZ DBA ASA LINES 59 SITE PREPARATION CONTRACTORS ADIELCO CONTRACTORS CORPORATION 9 JOHN GRAZEL, INC. 35 JF CONTRACTORS, CORP. 35 OBRATEC CONTRATISTA GENERAL, INC. 43 TOLEDO ENGINEERING, CORP

81 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE CONSTRUCTION (CONT.) ALL OTHER SPEALTY TRADE CONTRACTORS SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 51 ELECTRICAL A.C.R. SYSTEMS, INC. 8 AM ELECTRIC, INC. 11 ANGEL RAFAEL ELECTRIC SERVICES, INC. 12 ARCHITECTURAL SECURITY, INC. 14 ATLANTIC QUALITY CONTRACTOR, CORP. 15 CESI, INC. 20 DIVISION 16 CORPORATION 24 DR CONTRACTORS & MAINTENANCE, CORP. 24 ELECTRICAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, INC. 25 GENERAL POWER, INC. 30 IPS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 33 KAISEN UTILITY CONSTRUCTION, CORP. 37 PEREZ ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC. 46 PRIME ELECTRIC, CORP. 48 SM ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, SE 53 SSR GROUP ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING, CORP. 53 TAU ELECTRIC, INC. 54 TECHNO ELECTRIC, INC. 55 TONY ELECTRICAL SERVICES & CONTRACTORS, INC. 57 ENGINEERS & DRAFTING SERVICES AMH CONSULTANTS ENGINEERS, PSC 12 AVID CONSULTING ENGINEERS, PSC 16 CAD CONCEPTS, INC. 18 CGH TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 21 DC ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 22 EMECO, INC. 26 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SOLUTIONS, INC. 27 ENRIQUE RUIZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC 27 ENTECH DESIGN & PROJECT MANAGEMENT, PSC 27 FEF CONSULTORES, CSP 27 GEO ENGINEERING, LLC 28 JOSÉ R. BALZAC, PSC 30 JR TECHNICAL, PSC 36 KLEIN ENGINEERING, PSC 37 LADISLAO ORTÍZ & ASOCIADOS-INGENIEROS, CSP 38 MD ENGINEERING GROUP, PSC 39 MFS CONSULTING ENGINEERS, LLC 41 MGV GEOTECHNICAL GROUP, PSC 41 MIGUEL P. VÉLEZ & ASSOCIATES 42 PG ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, PSC 46 SOLID ENGINEERING, LLC 53 TI PROJECT MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING, PSC

82 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE ENGINEERS & DRAFTING SERVICES (CONT.) TOOLE DESIGN GROUP, LLC. 57 VAG TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, PSC 59 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONET SOLUCIONES AMBIENTALES, CORP. 24 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SOLUTIONS, INC. 27 MGV GEOTECHNICAL GROUP, PSC 41 KB ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, INC. 37 TRISTATE AVIATION DBA DY CONSULTANTS 57 WM AMBIENTA, INC. 60 HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING SERVICES PCALET, CORP. 45 LANDSCAPING AMERICAN LAWN MAINTENANCE, INC. 11 BESTWAY SERVICES, INC. 17 FIRST QUALITY, CORP. 28 HACIENDA SAN VICENTE CORP. DBA GRAMA NOVA 31 JARDÍN ISLA VERDE, INC. 34 JF CONTRACTORS, CORP. 35 JOSÉ ORTÍZ GARCÍA DBA ORTÍZ LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS 36 PONCE LAWN SERVICE, INC. 47 TERRA LANDSCAPE, CORP. 55 MANAGEMENT BMC-BASULTO MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, INC. 18 BILLUE AND ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL, LLC. 17 CONNICO, INCORPORATED 22 CGH TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 21 CARIBBEAN LIGHTING PRODUCTS, CORP. 19 H. CALERO CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 31 MANAGEMENT & TECHNICAL CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 40 MONTGOMERY CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 42 QUEST CORPORATION OF AMERICA, INC. 50 TSG ENTERPRISES, INC. DBA THE SOLIS GROUP 58 MENS & BOYS CUT & SEW APPAREL CONTRACTORS JCM & ASSOCIATES, INC. 34 TEAMS BY DESIGN, INC. 54 OTHER SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICES BROCKINGTON ASSOCIATES, INC. 18 CARLOS SANTANA DBA CARANA ENERGY SYSTEMS 19 ECS CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. 25 H. CALERO CONSULTING GROUP, INC. 31 TSG CONSULTING, INC

83 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE OTHER TECHNICAL AND TRADE SCHOOLS TSG CONSULTING, INC. 58 PLUMBING HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS DIVISION 16 CORPORATION 24 HS MECHANICAL GROUP, INC. 32 A.C.R. SYSTEMS, INC. 8 SERVICES ALL OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC. 21 ALL OTHER TRANSIT SERVICES AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS, ACCESSORIES & MAINTENANCE AUTORIZE, LLC 16 PEPINO HEAVY PARTS, INC. 44 BUS AND OTHER MOTOR VEHICLE TRANSIT SYSTEMS AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 CAR WASH MILLONES CAR WASH 42 CHARTER BUS SERVICES AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY REPAIR & MAINTENANCE SERVICES JCS WORLDWIDE PROCESSING SYSTEMS, INC. 34 COMPUTER SYSTEM DESIGN SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORKS, CORP. 23 ELITE PROFESSIONALS, LLC 26 ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SOLUTIONS, INC. 27 FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES BESTWAY SERVICES, INC. 17 FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION ARRANGEMENT PRIME AIR, CORP. 48 GENERAL FREIGHT TRUCKING, LOCAL PRIME AIR, CORP

84 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE SERVICES (CONT.) GENERAL WAREHOUSING & STORAGE PRIME AIR, CORP. 48 HAZARDOUS WASTE SERVICES KB ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, INC. 37 HEAVY EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND LEASING PAGÁN HEAVY EQUIPMENT, INC. 44 INTERURBAN AND RURAL BUS TRANSPORTATION AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 JANITORIAL SERVICES ACTION SERVICE CORPORATION 9 BESTWAY SERVICES, INC. 17 NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL & RENT OF PORTABLE TOILETS SEPTIX WASTE, INC. 52 OTHER URBAN TRANSIT SYSTEMS AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 PARKING LOTS & GARAGES ATLANTIC MASTER PARKING SERVICES, INC. 15 REFRIGERATED WAREHOUSE & STORAGE PRIME AIR, CORP. 48 SECURITY GUARD PATROL ONE CORPS, INC. 43 SCHOOL AND EMPLOYEE BUS TRANSPORTATION AUTOBUSES DE PR (SAN JUAN) AND BEYOND PERFORMANCE, INC. 15 SECURITY SYSTEMS SERVICES AVANT TECHNOLOGIES OF PUERTO RICO, INC. 16 ELITE PROFESSIONALS, LLC 26 ONE CORPS, INC. 43 PRIME SECURITY & TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 49 SURVEYORS ANTONIO MELÉNDEZ & ASSOCIATES, PSC 14 GLOBAL SURVEY, PSC 31 RICHARD CHANG SIERRA DBA CHANG SIERRA & ASOCIADOS 51 WELDING & MARINE WELDING COMMERCIAL DIVERS, INC

85 SUPPLIERS & MANUFACTURERS INDEX BY TRADE PAGE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & ACCESSORIES AUTORIZE, LLC 16 PEPINO HEAVY PARTS, INC. 46 BEAMS SUPPLIER AND MANUFACTURER PRETENSADOS DE PUERTO RICO, INC. 47 CONSUMER ELECTRONIC WHOLESALERS ANKIT, LLC 13 DRUMS AND ROAD PRODUCTS MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES ANKIT, LLC 13 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIER CARLOS SANTANA DBA CARANA ENERGY SYSTEMS 19 JIKA ELECTRICAL, CORP. 35 WHOLESALE ELECTRIC CARIBE, INC. 60 Z ELECTRIC SALES, INC. 61 ELECTRONIC COMPUTER MANUFACTURING AVANT TECHNOLOGIES OF PUERTO RICO, INC. 16 FABRICATED STRUCTURAL METAL MANUFACTURING ALONSO & CARUS IRON WORKS, INC. 10 HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ANKIT, LLC 13 LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION SOLID ENGINEERING, LLC 53 MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES MERCHANT WHOLESALERS SAFER ROADS SOLUTIONS, LLC 51 METAL SERVICE CENTERS AND OTHER METAL MERCHANT WHOLESALERS ALONSO & CARUS IRON WORKS, INC. 10 METAL TANK MANUFACTURING ALONSO & CARUS IRON WORKS, INC

86 INDEX BY TRADE PAGE SUPPLIERS & MANUFACTURERS (CONT.) METAL WINDOW AND DOOR MANUFACTURING, WOOD WINDOW AND DOOR MANUFACTURING ALL OTHER MISCELLANEOUS FABRICATED METAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING LDG TECHNICAL SERVICES, CORP. 39 ORNAMENTAL AND ARCHITECTURAL METAL WORK MANUFACTURING GARCINOX CORPORATION 29 OTHER BUILDING MATERIAL DEALERS CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. 19 OTHER CLOTHING STORES JCM & ASSOCIATES, INC. 34 OTHER MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS LONGHOUSE INVENTORY SOLUTIONS, LLC 39 PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS MERCHANT WHOLESALERS BANNEKER ENERGY, LLC 17 SIGN MANUFACTURING CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. 19 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 48 TIRE RETREADING SUPPLIES AMBROSIANI HERMANOS, INC. 11 TRAFFIC SIGNS SUPPLIES ALL ROADS, CORP. 10 CARIBBEAN SIGN SUPPLY MANUFACTURERS, INC. 19 ENGINEERED PARTS & SERVICES, INC. 26 MASTER PAVEMENT LINE, CORP. 40 RDS WORKS GROUP, INC. 50 SAFETY ROUTE, CORP. 52 DBE DIRECTORY UPDATED ON = NOVEMBER 24, 2014 TOTAL CERTIFIED FIRMS = 163 PUERTO RICO PORTS AUTHORITY (PRPA) = 49 PUERTO RICO HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY =

87 MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT MECHANISMS Aerostar has available several remedies to enforce the ACDBE requirements contained in its contracts, including, but not limited to, the following: 1. Breach of contract action, pursuant to the terms of the contract 2. Other actions deemed appropriate including responsibility reviews on future concession award opportunities In addition, the federal government has available several enforcement mechanisms that it may apply to firms participating in the ACDBE program, including, but not limited to, the following: 1. Suspension or debarment proceedings pursuant to 49 CFR Part 23; In a suspension or debarment proceeding, the FAA may consider the fact that a purported ACDBE has been certified. However, such certification does not preclude DOT from determining that the purported ACDBE, or another firm that has used or attempted to use it to meet ACDBE goals, should be suspended or debarred. 2. Enforcement action pursuant to 49 CFR Part 31; DOT may take enforcement action under 49 CFT Part 31, Program Fraud and Civil Remedies, against any participant in the ACDBE program whose conduct is subjet to such action under 49 CFR Part 31; and 3. Prosecution pursuant to 18 USC 1001 DOT may refer to the Department of Justice, for prosecution under 18 U.S.C or other applicable provision of law, any person who makes a false or fraudulent statement in connection with participation of an ACDBE in Aerostar s ACDBE program or otherwise violates applicable Federal statutes. Aerostar will implement various mechanisms to monitor program participants to ensure they comply with Part 23, including, but not limited to the following: 1. Aerostar will insert the following provisions into concessions agreements and management contracts: a. This agreement is subject to the requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation s regulation, 49 CFR Part 23. The concessionaire or contractor agrees that it will not discriminate against any business owner because of the owner s race, color, national origin, or sex in connection with the award or performance of any concession agreement, management contract, or subcontract, purchase or lease agreement, or other agreement covered by 49 CFR Part 23. b. The Concessionaire or contractor agrees to include the above statement in any subsequent concession agreement or contract covered by 49 CFR Part 23, that it enters and cause those businesses to similarly include the statements in further agreements. 84

88 2. We will implement the following additional monitoring and compliance procedures: a. Concessionaries or contractors will be required to submit monthly gross revenue earned by ACDBEs and expenditures to DBEs. b. Concessionaires or contractors will be required to list the specific duties, functions and responsibilities that ACDBEs or DBEs will perform. c. Concessionaires or contractors will be required to submit, for review, a written notification of any material change in the duties, functions and responsibilities of ACDBEs and DBEs prior to implementing the change. d. Aerostar will review, annually, the specific duties, functions and responsibilities of each ACDBE and DBE to confirm that no material change has occurred. e. Aerostar will perform periodic reviews, including site visits, each year on concessionaires and contractors to confirm ACDBEs and DBEs are performing listed duties, functions and responsibilities. 3. We will implement our compliance and monitoring procedures as follows: a. Aerostar will capture monthly gross revenues of concessionaires, including ACDBEs and monitor progress of concessionaire commitments to ACDBEs versus actual participation. b. Aerostar will require that concessionaires submit written confirmation, annually, that there are no changes in duties, functions and responsibilities of ACDBEs, including terms and conditions of joint venture agreements. c. Aerostar will use appropriate personnel to perform, at least quarterly, reviews of ACDBEs to ensure that their activities correspond to the previously submitted list of duties, functions and responsibilities. All ACDBEs will be reviewed within a three-year period from the star of the review process, at which time the review process will begin again. Reviews will include site visits, reviews of appropriate record, contracts financial information, joint venture agreements, certification information and other relevant information deemed necessary d. Aerostar will request from concessionaires any expenditures made with ACDBEs or DBEs in performing services and supplying goods. Those expenditures will be reported periodically to Aerostar, but no less than semi-annually. 85

89 OVERALL GOAL FOR CONCESSIONS OTHER THAN CAR RENTAL CALCULATION, CONSULTATION, BREAKOUT OF ESTIMATED RACE-NEUTRAL & RACE-CONSCIOUS PARTICIPATION Section Overall Goal Calculation for Concessions Other Than Car Rentals Amount of Goal: The Aerostar overall goal for concessions other than car rental during the period beginning October 1, 2014 and ending September 30, 2017 is the following: 11% of the total gross receipts for concessions at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. The following are not include in the total gross receipts for concessions: (a) the gross receipts of car rental operations, (b) the dollar amount of a management contract or subcontract with a non-acdbe, (c) the gross receipts of business activities to which a management contract or subcontract with a non-acdbe pertains, and (d) any portion of a firm s estimated gross receipts that will not be generated from a concession. The concession opportunities anticipated during this goal period are projected to exist in the following areas: 1) Advertising, 2) Convenience stores, 3) Duty Free, 4) Food & Beverage, 5) Specialty Retail, 6) Passenger Services, and 7) Telecommunications. At the time of publication of this document, the specific mix and numbers of each category have not been determined. The estimated gross receipts revenue projected for existing concessions is $20,612,121. If a new concession opportunity arises prior to the end of this goal period and the estimated average of annual gross revenues are anticipated to be $200,00 or greater, Aerostar will submit an appropriate adjustment to the overall goal. This will be submitted to FAA for approval at least 6 months before executing the new concession agreement. (23.45(i)). Aerostar has determined that its market area is Puerto Rico. This is the geographical area in which the substantial majority of firms which seek to do concessions business with the airport are located and the geographical area in which the firms receive a substantial majority of concessions related revenues are located. Methodology used to Calculate Overall Goal Goods and Services We can meet the percentage goal by including the purchase from ACDBEs of goods and services used in businesses conducted at the airport. We, and the businesses at the airport, shall make good faith efforts to explore all available options to achieve, to the maximum extent practicable, compliance with the goal through direct ownership arrangements, including joint ventures and franchises. The dollar value from purchases of goods and services from ACDBEs may be added to the numerator, and the dollar value from purchases of goods and services from all firms (ACDBEs and non-acdbes) may be added to the denominator. Management Contract or Subcontract We can meet the percentage goal by including any business operated through a management contract or subcontract with an ACDBE. We, and the business at the airport, will add the dollar amount of a management contract or subcontract with an ACDBE to the total participation by ACDBEs in airport concessions (both the numerator AND the denominator) and to the base from which the airport s percentage goal is calculated. However, the dollar amount of a management contract or subcontract 86

90 with a non-acdbe and the gross revenue of business activities to which the management contract or subcontract pertains will not be added to this base in either the numerator or denominator. Step 1: 23.51(c) We determined the base figure for the relative availability of ACDBEs other than car rentals. The base figure was calculated as follows: Ready, willing, and able non-car rental small business in the market area Base figure = All ready, willing, and able non-car rental concession firms in the market area 1,516 Base figure = ,629 The data source or demonstrable evidence used to derive the numerator was an active participant list as outlined in (c)(2). The active participants list was developed based on existing small business operating in Puerto Rico (excluding car rental firms). The data source or demonstrable evidence used to derive the denominator was an active participant list as outlined in (c)(2). The active participants list was developed based on existing business operating in Puerto Rico (excluding car rental firms). When we divided the numerator by the denominator we arrived at the base figure for our overall goal for non-car rental concessions of: 42% Step 2: 23.51(d) After calculating a base figure of the relative availability of possible ACDBEs, we examined evidence to determine what adjustment was needed to the base figure in order to arrive at the overall goal. In order to reflect as accurately as possible the ACDBE participation we would expect in the absence of discrimination we have adjusted our base figure by -31%. Our overall goal for non-car rental concessions is 11%. The data used to determine the adjustment to the base figure was the amount of small business declared bankruptcy, which the US Bankruptcy Court District of PR reported as a 5%, and the amount of business certified as ACDBEs in Puerto Rico according to the directory of the Puerto Rico Department of Transportation. 87

91 Concession Opportunities Advertising Convenience Stores Duty Free Food & Beverage Specialty Retail Passanger Services Telecommunications NAIC ACDBE Ready, Willing and able Small Business less than 5 employees All Firms ready, willing and able 2010 Census % % % % % % % % 5 1,516 3,629 Overall goal 42% Less 5% bankruptcy 40% Less 72% At 12/31/13 we have 5 ACDBEs certifieds of 18 NAICS -29% Overall goal 11% Consultation with Stakeholders (23.43) Stakeholders will be consulted for comment before the end of the year. Consultations will include minority and women s business groups, community organizations, trade associations representing concessionaires currently located at the airport, as well as existing concessionaires themselves, and other officials or organizations which could be expected to have information concerning the availability of disadvantaged businesses, the effect of discrimination on opportunities for ACDBEs, and Aerostar efforts to increase participation of ACDBEs. A summary of relevant information from these stakeholders will be provided. Breakout of Estimated Race-Neutral & Race Conscious Participation Section Aerostar will meet the overall goal by using Race Conscious. Aerostar understand that we will be expected to actually take these steps, and this is not a merely a paper exercise: 1. Locating and identifying ACDBEs and other small business who may be interested in participating as concessionaires under 49 CFR Part 23; 2. Notifying ACDBEs of concession opportunities and encouraging them to compete, when appropriate; 3. When practical, structuring concession activities so as to encourage and facilitate the participation of ACDBEs; 4. Providing technical assistance to ACDBEs in overcoming limitations, such as inability to obtain bonding or financing; 88

92 5. Ensuring that competitors for concession opportunities are informed during pre-solicitation meetings about how Aerostar ACDBE program will affect the procurement process; 6. Providing information concerning the availability of ACDBE firms to competitors to assist them in obtaining ACDBE participation; and 7. Establish a business development program (see 49 CFR Part 26.35); technical assistance program or taking other steps to foster ACDBE participation in concessions. We estimate that, in meeting our overall goal of 11%, we will obtain 0% from race-neutral participation and 11% through race-conscious measures. Aerostar is proposing that in meeting the overall goal it will operate in a Race and Gender Conscious environmental. This determination is based on the few concessionaries and provider of good and services we have certified at the moment as ACDBEs. Although the PRPA is responsible for establishing the agenda for developing new business, Aerostar is eager to assist in the enhancement of ACDBE participation and is committed to this program and the implementation of efforts to ensure its success. Aerostar will begin to spread the program to different professional organizations, we will promote the program on our website, guidance to contractors, create a mailing list, provide information in the press, among other resources, of the benefits of be part of the program. We project that to meet an overall goal we will use the following race-conscious measures: 1. We will locate and identify small businesses who may be interested in be certified as ACDBEs. 2. We will establish concession-specific goals for particular concession opportunities. 3. We will negotiate with potential concessionaries to include ACDBE participation through direct ownership arrangements or measures, in the operation of the concession. 4. With prior FAA approval, we will use other methods that take a competitor s ability to provide ACDBE participation into account in awarding a concession. In order to ensure that our ACDBE program will be narrowly tailored to overcome the effects of discrimination, if we use concession specific goals we will adjust the estimated breakout of race-neutral and race-conscious participation as needed to reflect actual ACDBE participation (see (f)) and we will track and report race-neutral and race-conscious participation separately. For reporting purposes, race-neutral ACDBE participation includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: ACDBE participation through a prime contract that an ACDBE obtains through customary competitive procurement procedures; ACDBE participation through a subcontract on a prime contract that does not carry ACDBE goal; ACDBE participation on a prime contract exceeding a concession specific goal; and ACDBE participation through a subcontract from a prime contractor that did not consider a firm s ACDBE status in making the award. 89

93 OVERALL GOAL FOR CAR RENTAL CALCULATION, CONSULTATION, BREAKOUT OF ESTIMATED RACE-NEUTRAL & RACE-CONSCIOUS PARTICIPATION Section Overall Goal Calculation for Car Rentals Amount of Goal: The Aerostar overall goal for car rental during the period beginning October 1, 2014 and ending September 30, 2017 is the following: 5% of the total expenditures for goods and services of car rental operations at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. The concession opportunities anticipated during this goal period are: general operational needs required for rental car agencies to operate during the year (i.e. windshield repair, automotive repair, office supplies, fuel, office equipment, uniforms, safety equipment, etc ). If a new car rental concession opportunity arises prior to the end of this goal period and the estimated average of annual gross revenues are anticipated to be $200,000 or greater, Aerostar will submit an appropriate adjustment to the overall goal. This will be submitted to FAA for approval at least 6 months before executing the new concession agreement. (23.45(i)). Aerostar has determined that its market area is Puerto Rico. This is the geographical area in which the substantial majority of firms which seek to do concessions business with the airport are located and the geographical area in which the firms receive a substantial majority of concessions related revenues are located. Methodology used to Calculate Overall Goal Goods and Services We can meet the percentage goal by including the purchase from ACDBEs of goods and services used in businesses at the airport. The dollar value from purchases of goods and services from ACDBEs may be added to the numerator, and the dollar value from purchases of goods and services from all firms (ACDBEs and non-acdbes) may be added to the denominator. Step 1: 23.51(c) We determined the base figure for the relative availability of small business that could provide services to local car rental companies, although the small businesses have not been certified as DBE s. The base figure was calculated as follows: Total expenses in small business for the last three years in the Car Rental Industry Base figure = Total expenses for the last three years in the Car Rental Industry 90

94 11,424,709 Base figure = ,109,841 Step 2: 23.51(d) After calculating a base figure of the relative availability of possible small business, we examined evidence to determine what adjustment was needed to the base figure in order to arrive at the overall goal. In order to reflect as accurately as possible the ACDBE participation we would expect in the absence of discrimination we have adjusted our base figure by -6%. Our overall goal for non-car rental concessions is 5%. The data used to determine the adjustment to the base figure was the amount of small business declared bankruptcy, which the US Bankruptcy Court District of PR reported as a 5%, and the amount of business certified as ACDBEs in Puerto Rico according to the directory of the Puerto Rico Department of Transportation. Car Rental Expenses Small Business Expenses Total Expense Avis Budget 1,099,278 1,157,396 1,042,050 4,898,179 6,274,306 5,220,292 Enterprises Holdings - 296, ,492-1,143,190 2,441,371 Hertz 1,500,000 1,500,000 1,500,000 9,309,000 9,250,000 9,780,000 Thrifty 926,241 1,045, ,350 19,631,463 18,719,369 17,442,672 3,527,529 4,001,288 3,895,892 33,838,642 35,386,865 34,884,334 Total Expense in Small Business 11,424,709 Total Expense 104,109,841 Overall Goal 11% Small Business after bankruptcy factor 10% Less 50% (On December 31, 2013 we have 3 ACDBEs for the Car Rental Industry) 5% Overall Goal 5% Consultation with Stakeholders (23.43) Stakeholders will be consulted for comment before the end of the year. Consultations will include minority and women s business groups, community organizations, trade associations representing concessionaires currently located at the airport, as well as existing concessionaires themselves, and other officials or organizations which could be expected to have information concerning the availability of disadvantaged businesses, the effect of discrimination on opportunities for ACDBEs, and Aerostar efforts to increase participation of ACDBEs. A summary of relevant information from these stakeholders will be provided. 91

95 Breakout of Estimated Race-Neutral & Race Conscious Participation Section Aerostar will meet the overall goal by using Race Conscious. Aerostar understand that we will be expected to actually take these steps, and this is not a merely a paper exercise: 1. Locating and identifying ACDBEs and other small business who may be interested in participating as concessionaires under 49 CFR Part 23; 2. Notifying ACDBEs of concession opportunities and encouraging them to compete, when appropriate; 3. When practical, structuring concession activities so as to encourage and facilitate the participation of ACDBEs; 4. Providing information concerning the availability of ACDBE firms to competitors to assist them in obtaining ACDBE participation; and 5. Establish a business development program (see 49 CFR Part 26.35); technical assistance program or taking other steps to foster ACDBE participation in concessions. We estimate that, in meeting our overall goal of 5%, we will obtain 0% from race-neutral participation and 5% through race-conscious measures. Aerostar is proposing that in meeting the overall goal it will operate in a Race and Gender Conscious environmental. This determination is based on the few provider of good and services we have certified at the moment as ACDBEs. Although the PRPA is responsible for establishing the agenda for developing new business, Aerostar is eager to assist in the enhancement of ACDBE participation and is committed to this program and the implementation of efforts to ensure its success. Aerostar will begin to spread the program to different professional organizations, we will promote the program on our website, guidance to contractors, create a mailing list, provide information in the press, among other resources, of the benefits of be part of the program. We project that to meet an overall goal we will use the following race-conscious measures: 1. We will locate and identify small businesses who may be interested in be certified as ACDBEs. 2. We will establish concession-specific goals for particular concession opportunities. 3. We will negotiate with potential concessionaries to include ACDBE participation through direct ownership arrangements or measures, in the operation of the concession. 4. With prior FAA approval, we will use other methods that take a competitor s ability to provide ACDBE participation into account in awarding a concession. In order to ensure that our ACDBE program will be narrowly tailored to overcome the effects of discrimination, if we use concession specific goals we will adjust the estimated breakout of race-neutral and race-conscious participation as needed to reflect actual ACDBE participation (see (f)) and we will track and report race-neutral and race-conscious participation separately. For reporting purposes, race-neutral ACDBE participation includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following: ACDBE participation through a prime contract that an ACDBE obtains through customary competitive procurement procedures; ACDBE participation through a subcontract on a prime contract that does not carry ACDBE goal; ACDBE participation on a prime contract exceeding a concession specific goal; and ACDBE participation through a subcontract from a prime contractor that did not consider a firm s ACDBE status in making the award. 92

96 Monthly ACDBE Report Demonstration of Good Faith Efforts Monthly ACDBE Report of : Airport: LMM Date PURCHASE OF GOOD AND SERVICES ACDBE Company Invoice Date Invoice Number Invoice Amount Good Faith Oath I certify that upon verification of the ACDBE Directory prepared by the Puerto Rico Highway Autority and Public Works we have determined that there are no certified ACDBE firms that can provide goods or services to our business operations. Signature Date I Certify that to the best of my knowledge all the information provided in this report is true and accurate and the evidence is available for evaluation. Name Signature Title Date 93

97 PRPA CERTIFICATION APPLICATION FORMS The Uniform Certification Application form is available at the PRPA facilities in 64 Lindbergh Street Old Naval Base of Miramar San Juan, PR and is available at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport website and in the Puerto Rico DOT website 94

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