San Diego, Calif. (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
Paradigm Mechanical Corp., a woman-owned small business mechanical contracting company, has been certified by the U.S. Small Business Administration as a Participant in the SBA’s 8(a) Business Development Program.
Divided into two phases over nine years, certified companies advance from a four-year development stage to a five-year transitional stage. While the 8(a) certification program helps firms build competitive and institutional know-how through sole-source contracts, the SBA encourages participation in competitive contracts as well as commercial contracts.
Founded in 2010, Paradigm Mechanical Corp. works with building owners, tenants and general contractors in the design / build of mechanical systems for medical, laboratory, government, and industrial facilities in the Southern California region. Paradigm has completed projects for high profile clients such as Rady Children’s Hospital, Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group, San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, Solar Turbines, and the City of San Diego.
Paradigm’s leadership team leverages many years of project team experience, technical knowledge and creativity to address and implement solutions to any challenge a building project might present. In addition to the new SBA 8(a) designation, Paradigm holds the following certifications: WBE, DBE, SBE and SLBE.
"As a participant in the SBA's 8(a) program, Paradigm is now able to bid and acquire federal contracts that are strategically set aside for members of this select group," said CEO and President Melinda Dicharry. “We’ll use our existing experience and client relationships in federal contracting to maximize our efforts with the SBA’s program. I am excited about the future opportunities for Paradigm and our team of employees."
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program helps small businesses owned, controlled, and operated by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals by providing management, technical, financial and federal contracting assistance with the aim of helping these entrepreneurs create viable businesses. The program helps thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs gain a foothold in government contracting.
For more information about Paradigm Mechanical Corp., visit http://www.pmccontracting.com.
About Paradigm Mechanical Corp.
Paradigm Mechanical Corp. is a woman-owned, SBA 8(a) certified Business Development Program Participant, mechanical contracting company located in San Diego County. The company specializes in the design / build of mechanical systems for medical, laboratory, government, and industrial facilities in the Southern California region. Paradigm works with building owners, tenants, and general contractors to get challenging jobs completed. Systems include, but are not limited to, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), controls, piping, and energy management. Project types include new/ground up buildings, retrofit and repair of existing equipment, as well as maintenance service contracts. License # 947497. For more information call (619) 456-4562 or visit http://www.pmccontracting.com.