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California high-speed rail forum set for September 8 in Fresno

(Source: California High-Speed Rail Authority press release, September 2, 2011)

FRESNO, Calif. In collaboration with the Economic Development Corporation serving Fresno County and CSU Fresno, the California High-Speed Rail Authority is hosting an industry forum on September 8, 2011, at the SaveMart Center on the California State University Fresno campus. This forum will give the private sector an opportunity to hear more about the project and the bidding process.

We are also providing the opportunity for firms that may be interested in submitting a proposal as a prime contractor for any of the contracts to meet with small businesses that may be interested in subcontracting with them. Firms interested in submitting a proposal as prime contractors will be able to provide a booth or kiosk in the exhibition area to meet with potential subcontractors after presentations by the California High-Speed Rail Authority and Parsons Brinckerhoff.

Click here for agenda (PDF).

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

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