Opportunities with Major Subcontractors
BNA is working with two major Tier 1 subcontractors on the Canadian Port of Entry (POE):
Please contact procurement [at] bnacagp.com to learn more.
BNA is working with three major Tier 1 subcontractors on the US Port of Entry (POE). Further information on career opportunities can be found on the subcontractor’s websites linked below:
Please contact procurement [at] bnausjv.com to learn more.
What BNA Buys
BNA requires purchases of large volumes of materials and services. Key areas of procurement are: administrative and contracts, architectural, civil, construction indirects, electrical equipment, industrial paint and insulation, instrumentation, logistics, piping/fittings/valves, process equipment, and structural.
BNA requires all companies wishing to do business with BNA will be required to complete a qualification questionnaire and provide details about relevant licensing, compliance with federal and/or state or provincial laws related to equal employment opportunities (EEO), financial status, insurance, bonding capacity, quality assurance, and health, safety and environmental (HS&E) ratings.
Business Conduct Expectation
BNA expects all subcontractors, suppliers and vendors BNA works with to understand its requirements and expectations for conducting business with the highest standards of integrity.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
BNA will engage, employ and contract Detroit residents and Detroit-based and Detroit-headquartered businesses. The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goals established for this project is 2.15% of the cost of the construction and engineering work needed to complete the Michigan Interchange and the portion of the bridge that is located in Michigan.