PCC worked with Pine Street Group, LLC as its Outreach Manager. In this role, PCC worked directly with small and minority, women, veteran, and disadvantaged business enterprise firms.
Washington State Convention Center (WSCC), which changed its name to Seattle Convention Center in April 2022, is completing construction on The WSCC Addition. This transformative project will provide a host of economic benefits, including as much as $260 million annually in visitor spending. WSCC has a strong, voluntary commitment to partnering with WMBE businesses. These companies are critical to making the WSCC Addition a success.
The Washington State Convention Center is expanding, and will open its second facility—called Summit—in 2023. Summit will be located just one block northeast of the current convention center, and together will create a rich, thriving corridor of visitors and tourism in Seattle.
PCC worked with Capitol Hill Housing and Walsh Construction as its Outreach Manager. In this role, PCC worked directly with small and minority, women, veteran, and disadvantaged business enterprise firms. This project is located at 24th and Union in the Central District.
The Liberty Bank Building is a new way of creating a community hub for a neighborhood.
The project partners honored the legacy of Liberty Bank not only in design, but also by creating affordable space for local businesses and fostering community for residents in the neighborhood.
PCC conducted work with BBC Research and Consulting on the Port of Seattle's disparity study pertaining to airport concessions. The study aims to asses how women-and-minority-owned businesses are faring in the marketplace and as part of the concessions program at SeaTac International Airport.
Learn about the Port of Seattle's Disparity Study and see the completed report.
The Port of Seattle created a Diversity in Contracting Annual Report in 2019, summarizing the work the that Port of Seattle is doing to level the playing field for DBEs.
PCC worked with Colette Holt and Associates as part of the study team conducting the WSDOT/FAA DBE Program Disparity Study. The study period is from 2014-2016.
You can read the completed Disparity Study Report from 2019 (and the earlier report from 2017) on the WSDOT Office of Equal Opportunity website.
PCC is working with HDR Engineering on Sound Transit's final extension needed to complete light rail service between Tacoma and Seattle, Washington. The project will alleviate severely congested roadways in the South Sound corridor of I-5. As the Diversity Manager for the project, PCC is assisting small, MDVBE businesses.
Our role on the project:
Regina Glenn, DBE/SBE Manager