Metro’s Small Business (SB) Prime Program is a breakthrough initiative that paves the way for small businesses to bid on and win contracts as prime contractors.
SB Prime sets aside applicable contracts and enables small businesses to compete only against other small businesses for projects up to $5 million as well as informal projects under $100,000. Only Metro-certified SBEs can participate in the SB Prime Program. SB Prime applies to three categories of work:
For more information on Metro's SB Prime Program, download our fact sheet. View SB Prime Contracting Opportunities and select the "Small Business Prime" box in the search field.
Small businesses can also compete for any of Metro’s open contracting opportunities. Click on the links below to find out more about Metro’s current and upcoming opportunities.
- Networking & Workshops
- WIN-LA Program Interest Form
- Women Build Metro LA Symposium
- Small Business Prime Program
- Metro Connect Toolkit
- 2017 TBAC Calendar
- Meeting Agenda Archives
- Disparity Study
- Find Your NAICS Code
- Search the Small Business Enterprise Database
- Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Design/Build DBE Monthly Reports
- Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors
FTA DBE Program
FHWA DBE Program
Amended Metro's FFY2016-FFY2018 Overall DBE Goal (Revised 1-31-2017)
New DBE & SBE Initiatives
Executive Officer, DEOD
Tashai R. Smith
Deputy Executive Officer, DEOD
Dr. Irma Licea
Director, Finance, Certification & Business Development
Regional Manager, Strategic Business & Construction Career Resources
Metro intends to establish a Medium-Size Business Enterprise Program (click to get info).
Metro has reviewed and considered all comments received for the Medium-Sized Business Enterprise Program. Public Comment Response, please find Metro’s response to all comments received.
Thank you for your participation and continued partnership in helping Metro implement this important program. Metro intends to launch this pilot program in the Fall of 2016.