The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is pleased to announce the issue of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the design and construction of the H Street Bridge NE Replacement. The RFQ will be the first step of a two-step design build procurement for this project.
The RFQ is available for download from the District Transportation Access Portal (DTAP) at: https://dtap.ddot.dc.gov/Project/Solicitation.
All questions or requests for clarification regarding the RFQ shall be submitted to OCP at HStreetBridgeProcurement@dc.gov in accordance with the procedures set forth in the RFQ.
Tracy Kenestrick has been promoted to: Vice President, Client Service | Employee Health & Benefits
The Marsh & McLennan Agency, known locally as Insurance Associates, is pleased to announce that Tracy Kenestrick has been promoted to Vice President, Client Service | Employee Health & Benefits.
Tracy has done an incredible job for our team since joining us 7 years ago as a Client Service Advisor. In 2019, we added to her responsibilities the additional role of Client Service Manager, where she assumed the overall supervision of the Legacy IA Inside Service Team. This new title not only reflects a “job well done”, but is also one of the key foundational steps we continue to take as we build out our combined Capital Region EH&B Practice.
We are also happy to announce that we have filled Hailey Stoudt’s position; effective July 6th, please join me in welcoming Torri D. Carter as an Assistant Client Service Advisor. Her duties will primarily include handling renewals and marketing efforts for both current and new clients of the Fairfax Office. Currently she’s been working on the Business Insurance side at Clements Worldwide downtown, after spending the first half of her career in the Benefits business. Torri likes to watch true crime shows and all things aquatic. She also volunteers her time with the elderly, mental health advocacy and supporting adult literacy programs. Please join us inwelcoming Torri.
The NUCA of Metropolitan Washington DC 2021 Membership Directory has been published. For additional copies of your company’s hard copy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or click below for your downloadable file!
(Fairfax, Va.) – The chief executive officer of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA), Doug Carlson, issued the following statement about the Senate EPW Committee’s unanimous 20-0 passage of the “Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act of 2021 (S. 914):
“NUCA strongly supports the U.S. Senate’s bill delivering $15 billion over five years for each of the clean water and drinking water state revolving funds. This is a big increase from previous Senate proposals, which indicates the Senate knows how important clean water is for American communities.”
“I am optimistic that between the U.S. House’s proposed $40+ billion for the Clean Water SRF and $20+ billion for the Drinking Water SRF, and the Senate’s funding increases, Congress will finally appropriate in 2021 the much-needed federal resources local communities must have to repair their obsolete and deficient water infrastructure systems. This bill is a welcome step in the right direction.”
A comprehensive list of the utility construction industry’s 2021 legislative infrastructure priorities can be reviewed online at www.nuca.com, under Media/Comment Letters, released March 3, 2021.