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2018 Small Business Week - Pacific CM

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Office of Small and Disadvantage Business Utilization (OSDBU) is proud to highlight Pacific CM.

Owner: Mike Monteleon second from the left

Business description:

Pacific CM is a firm that offers construction management and quality control services that will streamline and add value to projects by providing specialized subject matter expertise from construction and document control professionals.

Construction, project, & risk management consulting services for commercial and industrial industries including:

  • highway,
  • street,
  • road,
  • bridges,
  • viaducts,
  • airports terminals,
  • high rise buildings, and
  • infrastructures.

Location: Seattle and Everett, WA 

Certifications: SEDBE - Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

Major Projects:

  • Community Transit Greenline 128th St Widening
  • Community Transit Greenline Corridors Stations
  • Port of Seattle International Arrivals Facility
  • SDOT 4th Ave S Off-ramp
  • SDOT Greenwood Ave and Admiral Way

Jobs retained: 6

Pacific CM was invited to s Northwest Small Business Transportation Resource Center (NWSBTRC) Bonding Education Program (BEP) session in Bellevue, WA in December 2016. With technical assistance provided by the NWSBTRC, Pacific CM was able to meet the requirements to successfully compete for federal contracts.  Subsequently, Pacific CM obtained multiple contracts from Community Transit, a transit authority in Snohomish County WA that totaled approximately $1M. These contracts have been funded through federal transit funds.  Prior to working with NWSBTRC, Pacific CM had not participated in any federal acquisition process.

OSDBU Logo featuring plane, trucks and other modes of transportation.
Last updated: Monday, May 14, 2018