Be a Valued Community Partner

Investments in small and minority business enterprises

Public-private partnerships have the power to be economic engines that drive job creation, business development, and commercial growth. Corvias has a strong history of community investment. Not just building relationships within the community, but also in helping to build it. The Corvias team has contracted more than 80% of subcontracts in our partnerships to local, small, minority, and women-owned businesses.

Small Business Type Percentage Commitment Subcontracted Dollars
SB Concerns 82% $1,353,593,291
Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDBs) 5% $88,991,476
Woman-Owned SBs (WOSB) 13% $213,290,962
Veteran-Owned SBs (VOSBs) 5% $85,116,344
Service-Disabled, VOSBs (SDVOSBs) .5% $11,181,568
Similar P3 Programs Subcontracted SB Dollars % of Subcontracted
Dollars to SBs
Subcontracted MBE Dollars % of Subcontracted
Dollars to MBEs
Clean Water Partnership $5,535,771 66.0% $790,669 9.4%
USG Portfolio $30,628,934 21.1% $8,621,070 5.9%
Fort Meade $257,887,173 83.3% $4,220,531 1.4%
Fort Bragg $504,36,515 80.5% $13,227,047 2.1%
Fort Polk $197,456,734 71.7% $28,749,598 10.4%
Fort Rucker $121,571,760 92.8% $11,367,708 8.7%
Fort Riley $384,498,260 81.3% $25,505,539 5.4%
Fort Sill $116,772,014 75.3% $10,877,508 7.0%
APG $39,596,223 71.6% $7,796,340 14.1%
TOTAL $1,153,946,869 N/A $111,156,010 N/A