Construction Management Compliance

Capitol City provides technical assistance to owners, developers and general contractors to ensure that prime contractors and their subcontractors are in compliance with Federal and local laws, rules and regulations governing affirmative action, minority business enterprises, certified business enterprises and local business participation.

Capitol City monitors Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Civil Rights policies; Small Business Subcontracting Plans, pursuant to FAR 52-219-9 for subcontracting dollars to Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Women-Owned Small Businesses, HUB Zone Small Businesses, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. Capitol City monitors all employers’ compliance with the USDOL Davis Bacon and Related Acts to ensure adherence to the prevailing wage rates and Registered Apprenticeship program required by 29 CFR, Part 29; US SBA programs (i.e., Small Business Enterprise, 8-A businesses, HUBZone businesses).

Capitol City monitors the Federal DBE programs, Maryland Minority/Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MBE/DBE) program, the District of Columbia Department of Transportation /Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority’s Metropolitan Washington Unified Disadvantaged Business Certification (DBE) Program and the Virginia Department of Transportation/Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Disadvantaged Business (DBE) program in accordance to 49 CFR Part 26, including performing Commercially Useful Function (CUF) as required under Section 26.55.

Capitol City monitors the inclusion of local business and minority business participation; monitors local hiring, OJT and apprenticeship programs; conducts periodic Labor Standard Interviews of workers to ensure proper classification of and payment of prevailing wage rates and benefits to workers; and monitor payments from General Contractor to

MBEs in accordance with the Prince George’s County-Certified Minority Business Enterprise Program, the District of Columbia-Certified Business Enterprise Program, First Source Employment Agreement Program, Apprenticeship Program and Workforce Incentive Program and the State of Virginia’s Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) program requirements. Capitol City also supports the delivery of training programs and services and ensuring the successful completion of training courses to build a company’s viability in the construction industry.