Forest Service Taps 36 Small Businesses for $70M Southern Region Recovery Support BPA

Thirty-six small businesses have won spots on a potential $70M blanket purchase agreement from the Forest Service to provide disaster recovery support for southern U.S. national forests, according to a FedBizOpps award notice posted Wednesday.

Contractors will support construction, clearance, maintenance, reconnaissance and security efforts to help the agency rebuild and repair damaged infrastructure in Puerto Rico, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Georgia.

The small business set-aside BPA covers various types of physical infrastructure and facilities including roads, bridges, parking lots, sheds and camp sites.

Awardees are:

  • Advantix Engineering Corporation
  • A Garcia-Hernandez
  • Alpha Demolitions
  • B&G Forestry
  • B&P Enterprises
  • Black Diamond Designs
  • Capstone Fire and Safety Management
  • Chloeta Fire
  • Circle V Harvesting
  • Clemons Field Services
  • Cuddy Mountain Trail Company
  • Cutting Edge Forestry
  • DCMS
  • Dennis Cantrell
  • Drone Solutions
  • G Batista & Associates
  • Hydra Engineering
  • JR Landscape and Facility Management
  • KDF Enterprises
  • LCG
  • Lucas Services
  • Midwest Environmental Resources
  • Mohawk Valley Materials
  • Oden Development
  • Okanogan Trail Construction
  • One Corp
  • Red Construction
  • Skyhawk Drone Services
  • Southern Disaster Recovery
  • StarkCorp
  • Steele and Associates
  • Tudors Exterior Services
  • Vegetation Management Services
  • WCC Services
  • Wildlands Fire Services
  • YRU Contracting

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