RQ Construction WTCC and NCMBC announce May 10 subcontractor outreach event

RQ Construction

The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) and Wake Technical Community College (WTCC) Small Business Center will host a RQ Construction subcontractor outreach event on May 10, 2016 at the Western WTCC campus.

RQ Construction, an established federal prime contractor providing design-build and LEED/sustainable design management, is currently performing work at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejuene and anticipates future work at Camp Lejeune and the Virginia area.

Projects in pursuit include:

  • P1346 Simulator Integration/Range Control Facility MCB Camp Lejeune
  • P194 Unmanned Aircraft System Facilities MCAS Cherry Point
  • P1280 2nd Radio BN Complex, Phase 1 MCB Camp Lejeune
  • SOF Marine Battalion Company/Team Facilities MCB Camp Lejeune (NR)
  • P1461 Addition/Renovation Lejeune High School MCB Camp Lejeune
  • SOF Special Tactics Facility (PH 2) – PN76513 Fort Bragg
  • SOF Battalion Operations Facility – PN80773 Fort Bragg
  • SOF Intelligence Training Command -PN79437 Fort Bragg
  • Butner Elementary School Replacement Fort Bragg
  • P913 Communications Center NAVSTA Norfolk
  • P60513 Instruction Building JB Myer-Henderson
  • P80851 Training Support Facility Fort Lee
  • P152 Reserve Training Center Complex NAS Oceana
  • SOF Applied Instruction Facility JEB Little Creek-Ft Story
  • National Guard/Reserve Center Building (JFHQ) Richmond
  • AIT Barracks- Phase III Fort Lee
  • P707 Embassy Security Guard BEQ & Ops Facility Quantico

The announcement says RQ Construction “is seeking potential subcontractor partnerships with companies in all construction-related trades, specialty trades and construction firms.”

The outreach event will take place at the Western Wake Technical Community College Campus in Cary from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Admission is free, but registration is required.


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