New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (“EFC”)
Developed MWBE Participation and EEO Goals for EFC and SRF Programs
Spectrum assisted EFC in the development of its M/WBE and EEO goals and policies necessary to adhere to state and federal requirements (40 CFR 33, Executive Law Article 15-A, EPA SRF Capitalization Grant Conditions) for both EFC’s Corporate procurement and SRF programs (cities, counties, agencies, municipalities, etc.)
The statewide goals took into account M/WBE and EEO availability by region and the types of services provided based on the New York State Disparity Study of 2010 commissioned by the NYS Department of Economic Development and the NYS Department of Labor data for all areas of construction, supplies and professional services, and the participation of minorities and women in the workforce.
Resorts World New York
M/W/LBE & EEO Contract Compliance Consultant
Spectrum Personal Communications Corp. has been awarded a contract from Tutor Perini Corporation to serve as the M/W/LBE & EEO Contract Compliance Consultant on the $830 million Aqueduct Racino Project in Queens, New York.
As Tutor Perini Corporation's M/W/LBE & EEO Consultant, Spectrum will be responsible for the following:
Construction contractors interested in obtaining prime subcontract opportunities on this project, are urged to complete and submit a Pre-Qualification Form to Tutor Perini immediately.
For more information about the Pre-Qualification Form or about this project, please contact Tiffany Stiles in our office at: 212 344 3500.
MWBE Business Leaders Honor Mark O’ Luck
Over 130 individuals including government officials, New York State M/WBEs, and corporate leaders attended a reception on Thursday August 5, 2010 at the Metropolitan Pavilion to honor and celebrate Spectrum’s CEO Mark O’ Luck, who is the first minority to serve as a Trustee on the New York Power Authority Board.
Spectrum’s CEO Becomes a New Trustee on NYPA Board
Mark O’ Luck, Spectrum’s CEO, became a new Trustee on the New York Power Authority Board (NYPA) in April 2010. He was nominated by Governor David A. Paterson and confirmed by the New York State Senate to fill a two–year unexpired term.
Mr. O’ Luck is first minority and MBE Trustee in NYPA’s 79-year history to serve on its board.