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REBUILDING CALIFORNIA - Senate Bill 1
Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act
of 2017 invests $54 billion over the next decade
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Caltrans 28th Annual Workers Memorial 2018
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SB 1 Opportunities for Small and Diverse Businesses
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aimed at helping small businesses make connections and learn
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October 30, 2018 - Central Region Calmentor Fall Mixer
Novo Restaurant & Lounge, San Luis Obispo
- Register Today!
A. Program Overview
As an advocate of small business participation, Central Region has implemented a small business Architectural & Engineering (A&E) mentor-protégé program, also known as the “Calmentor.” In promoting partnership with the private consulting industry, Calmentor supports the participation of certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and Disabled Veterans Business Enterprises (DVBE) firms in Central Region A&E contracts. Calmentor is consistent with the recent Governor’s Executive Order No. S-11-06 to encourage new businesses, grow existing businesses, and promote small and emerging business contracting with the State. Voluntary participation in the program is through acceptance and screening of completed applications from mentors and protégés.
B. Mission Statement
The mission of the Calmentor Program is to increase the pool of certified firms participating in transportation projects by providing them opportunities to network and partner with established firms.
C. Goals and Objectives
Participants of the Program are Mentors, Protégés, Sponsors, and/or Steering Committee members . Mentors are established firms who are typically prime consultants willing to commit time to help certified firms achieve their growth potential. Protégés are Certified firms who are seeking A&E contracts with Caltrans or other public agencies. Caltrans Central Region is the program’s primary sponsor whose aim is to facilitate the growth of certified firms. Any public or local organization may join to co-sponsor the Program.
E. Program Organization
The 10-member Steering Committee, which guides and maintains the Calmentor Program, has the following roles:
F. Application to the Program
For additional information, please contact:
Jin Thao, Contract Analyst
Central Region Program/Project Management/ Consultant Services Unit
2015 E Shields Ave., Suite 100, Fresno, CA 93726
Phone Number: (559) 243-3438
Fax Number: (559) 243-8020
Sharri Bender Ehlert was appointed District 6 Director in 2012. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of Planning, Project Management and Traffic Engineering to the position. Prior to her appointment, Sharri held the position as the Deputy District Director for Planning and Local Programs in District 6.
Sharri has worked for the California Department of Transportation (Department) for over 21 years. She came to the Department in 1988 as a Junior Civil Engineer in District 4, focusing her efforts on Highway Operations and Traffic Engineering. In 1990, she left State service and worked for a transportation consultant firm. She returned to the Department in 1997 and was later promoted to Senior Transportation Engineer in 2000. Her previous assignments include Acting Central Regional Environmental Division Chief, Project Manager, and Office Chief for Travel Demand Modeling and Forecasting.
Sharri is a native Californian having grown up in Bakersfield. She is a graduate of the University of the Pacific with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
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