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A DDC Conference on Contract Opportunities for Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises

The East Side Coastal Resiliency (ESCR) project is a public investment that will help drive the City's economy and create jobs in New York City neighborhoods. As the ESCR project is launched, information on training, careers and contracting opportunities will be posted here. We encourage individuals and local M/WBE and Section 3 firms to review the opportunities and resources below.

Our ESCR M/WBE and Section 3 representative is available at community board meetings and project events to provide updates and respond to questions.

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Careers & Procurement

The ESCR project team is committed to working with M/WBE and Section 3 firms. As we onboard our contractors, we continue to access workforce needs.

Current Job and Contracting Opportunities

  • 001 - Print Services
  • 002 - Safety Officer
  • 003 - Senior Inspector
  • 004 - Inspector II

View job descriptions and apply through our online portal.

Visit the New York City Department of Design and Construction's (NYCDDC's) procurement site for other opportunities related to the ESCR project as they are made available.

Opportunities with our Partnering Agencies

Upcoming & Past Events

  • 4/29/2021 ESCR Section 3 & M/WBE Virtual Information Session
    The ESCR project team hosted a virtual information session on subcontracting resources and opportunities for Minority/Woman-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Section 3 Business Entities as well as hiring resources for individuals. Learn about the project and how to use the ESCR website to monitor for future subcontracting opportunities and hiring opportunities. The recording includes a step-by-step review of how to register with NYCHA Section 3 Employment and Workforce 1 to connect with future ESCR job postings with the HNTB-LiRo team.

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Additional Resources and Partner Diversity

Our team is committed to diversity and fostering an environment for growth and advancement opportunities. Women and minority-owned businesses, disadvantaged businesses, small businesses, Section 3 businesses and businesses owned by disabled veterans are encouraged to apply and compete for all contracts and subcontracts.

Create a PASSPort account with the NYC Mayor's Office of Contracts to do business with the City.

The resources below offer assistance in getting certified with New York City, New York State or specific agencies if your business is eligible and has not registered or filed for certification.

Local Employment Opportunities