FFY 2017 - 2019 Proposed DBE Goals EDUCATE.

FFY 2017 - 2019 Proposed DBE Goals EDUCATE.

FFY 2017 - 2019 Proposed DBE Goals EDUCATE. C O N N E C T. GROW. Budget and Fiscal Affairs Committee August 30, 2016 Sylvester Turner Mayor Carlecia D. Wright Director 611 Walker, 7th Floor Houston, TX 77002 www.houstontx.gov/obo T. 832.393.0600 F. 832.393.0647 Background The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) requires Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recipients receiving funds in excess of $250,000 in a fiscal year for airport planning or development, to establish a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Plan and set Triennial Goals for all federally-assisted projects. Historically, the City of Houston, through the Houston Airport System (HAS), has received Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds from the FAA in excess of this amount. The HAS anticipates receiving funds that will surpass the $250,000 threshold. As a result, the City of Houston must establish goals for the next three federal fiscal years. The established goals are specifically for DBE participation on HAS Construction and Professional Services contracts only. They are not applicable to the Airport Concessions contracts. 2 Organizational Structure USDOT requires the recipient to appoint a DBE Liaison Officer with direct access to the entitys Chief Executive Officer and that the governing body approve the Triennial Goals. 3

Proposed DBE Goals for Federal FY 2017-2019 Pursuant to Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, the City of Houstons Office of Business Opportunity and the Houston Airport System have analyzed the criteria required by the federal authorities to determine the DBE Goals for the period of October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2019. Airport Proposed DBE Goal Race Neutral Goal IAH 29% 2.5% Hobby 29% 2.5% EFD 26% 2.5% *Proposed Goals are for Construction and Professional Services contracts only 4 Current DBE Goals for Federal FY 2014 -2016 City Council last approved the DBE Goal for George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in October, 2013. No goals were proposed at that time for William P. Hobby (HOU) nor Ellington Field (EFD) Airports because HAS had not anticipated receiving any federal funds. Airport

Proposed DBE Goal Race Neutral Goal IAH 29% 3.7% Hobby* 19% 3.7% EFD* 28% 3.7% *In September 2015, the City amended the Triennial Goals for Federal FY 2014-2016 to address AIP grants subsequently received for HOU and EFD. 5 DBE Goal Methodology (All Airports) USDOT provides a methodology as guidelines to establishing the DBE Goals. Regulations also requires separate goals for each airport (based on HAS airport size). Step 1: Determine a base figure for the relative availability of DBEs. Base Figure HAS utilized the average DBE participation at IAH for the past three years as the base figure for all three airports. Step 2: Examine all of the evidence available in your jurisdiction to determine what adjustment, if any, is needed to the base figure.

Base Figure Weighted Availability of Specific DBE Projects 2 Overall DBE Goal 6 Race/Gender Neutral Goal It is also necessary to determine how much DBE participation would result without the assistance of DBE contracting goals. To calculate the Race/Gender Neutral Goal, we took the median DBE participation for the past three years and subtracted the overall DBE Goal. Information from IAH was once again utilized for all three airports. Fiscal Year Actual Participation Overall DBE Goal 2013 25.1% 29% 2014 34.2% 29% 2015 31.5%

29% Median 31.5% 29% 2.5% Median DBE Participation (31.5%) Overall DBE Goal (29%) = 2.5% (Race/Gender Neutral) 7 Stakeholders Opportunity USDOT also requires that stakeholders and interested parties be allowed an opportunity to ask questions about the Citys DBE Program and provide feedback on the goal setting process. A public informational stakeholders meeting was conducted on March 31, 2016 at the HAS Administrative Office. A second meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 19, 2016. The proposed goals are currently posted on the HAS Office of Business Opportunitys website at http://houstonairports.biz/office-of-business-opportunity, and are available for inspection during regular business hours at the offices of HAS-OBO, the City Secretary, and the Office of Business Opportunity until September 6, 2016. 8 EDUCATE. C O N N E C T. GROW. APPENDICES 9

Average DBE Participation at IAH for Federal Fiscal Years 2013 2015 Fiscal Year DBE Participation 2013 25.1% 2014 34.2% 2015 31.5% Average 30.3% 10 Weighted Availability - IAH Houston Airport System Office of Business Opportunity IAH DBE Goal Calculation FFY 2017-2019 Capacity Estimates Weighted Ratio of Certified DBEs to Available Firms in Market Area NAICS Codes 238910 237310 238210 237110 Description Site Preparation Contractors including Concrete breaking and cutting for demolition Airport Runway Construction Electrical Contractors including

runway lighting Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction Weighted Availability of DBE Firms Budget Amounts DBEs All Firms Availability of DBE Firms 51.18% $ 21,879,450 148 349 42% 21.7% 28.70% $ 12,269,250 2 116 2% 0.5%

10.93% $ 4,672,575 72 972 7% 0.8% 9.19% $ 3,928,725 99 183 54% 5.0% 100% $ 42,750,000 % of Work 28% 11 Weighted Availability - HOU Houston Airport System Office of Business Opportunity HOU DBE Goal Calculation FFY 2017-2019 Capacity Estimates Weighted Ratio of Certified DBEs to Available Firms in Market Area

NAICS Codes 238910 237310 238210 237110 Description Site Preparation Contractors including Concrete breaking and cutting for demolition Airport Runway Construction Electrical Contractors including runway lighting Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction Budget Amounts % of Work DBEs All Firms Availability of DBE Firms Weighted Availability of DBE Firms $ 32,627,250.00 51.18% 148 349 42.4% 21.7%

$ 18,296,250.00 28.70% 2 116 1.7% 0.5% $ 6,967,875.00 10.93% 72 972 7.4% 0.8% $ 5,858,625.00 9.19% 99 183 54.1% 5.0% $ 63,750,000.00 100%

28.0% 12 Weighted Availability - EFD Houston Airport System Office of Business Opportunity EFD DBE Goal Calculation FFY 2017-2019 Capacity Estimates Weighted Ratio of Certified DBEs to Available Firms in Market Area NAICS Code Description % of Work Budget Amounts 238110 238120 238190 238210 238220 238290 238310 238320 238910 334511 236220 Concrete Installations Structural Steel and Precast Foundations,Bldg Exteriors Electrical Plumbing and HVAC Other Building Equip. (Elev.) Drywall and Insulation Painting and Wall Coverings Site Preparations Tower Equipment General Conditions 10%

23% 7% 17% 19% 5% 1% 3% 1% 6% 8% $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 645,440.00 1,477,040.00 447,600.00 1,143,360.00 1,228,800.00 321,360.00 79,520.00 180,080.00 80,000.00 400,000.00 552,800.00 100% $ 6,556,000.00 DBEs All Firms

175 30 25 73 42 9 23 69 133 0 95 248 86 128 972 1460 127 217 270 349 7 744 Availability Weighted of DBE Availability of Firms DBE Firms 71% 35% 20% 8% 3% 7% 11% 26% 38% 0% 13% 7% 8% 1% 1% 1%

0% 0% 1% 0% 0% 1% 21% 13 Stakeholders Comments and Recommendations Stakeholders Comments Opportunities are not easily accessible Stakeholders Recommendations Information Technology is not well represented on DBE contracts Assist and educate the public in navigating the City and HAS websites. Create more comprehensive methods on how to market DBE projects. Host Industry Days for larger projects. Have representatives from the IT group present at Industry Days, networking events, and any other outreach events to discuss various IT opportunities. 14

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