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February 24, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Organizer’s Site

The City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works and the Bureau of Contract Administration cordially invite you to the 6th annual BuildWith event in collaboration with Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Budget and Innovation and Office of Economic Development. The 2-part virtual BuildWith 2022 event will provide the opportunity for diverse construction-related businesses to learn about City and Los Angeles metropolitan area projects, and get valuable business resources and information.

First register for the virtual Webinar from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and then for LIMITED* Prime Contractor Matchmaking Rooms and Subcontractor Matchmaking spots. Register early by February 4, 2022, to participate


PRIME/GENERAL CONTRACTORS apply at: https://bit.ly/2022BuildWithPrimeMMRoomApplication.  A Prime Contractor’s successful participation in this event’s matchmaking MAY qualify the contractor for a waiver of the BIP Indicator 2: Attend Pre-Bid Meeting Requirement on specific projects.

SUBCONTRACTORS apply at: https://bit.ly/2022Feb24SubMMapplication For a chance to participate in a meeting room with a matched Prime
Contractor, apply BEFORE Friday, February 4, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. (PST). NOTE: Applying does not guarantee the applicant a matchmaking Zoom room.
Applicants must have a Zoom account.


For more information – https://bca.lacity.org/accessingla/


Zoom Webinar
Los Angeles, CA United States


City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works Bureau of Contract
Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Budget and Contract Administration and Office of Economic Development
Los Angeles Department of Water & Power
Los Angeles World Airports; The Port of Los Angeles;
the Los Angeles Professional Managers Association
the 2022 African American Heritage Month Committee
the Los Angeles Urban League

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