He and I Construction in the News
|3/10/2010 1:17:00 AM - Re-posted from Swoknews.com
Local company to assume post contractsA Lawton company is poised to take over a contract for up to $100 million in work at Fort Sill, and the owners say they want other area contractors to share in the work.
He and I Construction is set to assume the post's Job Order Contract, under which it will fulfill orders for maintenance and repairs on Fort Sill's nonresidential buildings. Emmanuel Alfaro, marketing director for the company, said the company is asking subcontractors for everything from roofing to electrical work to plumbing and heating and air... Read the full story by the Lawton Constitution here
Lawton job is begging for workers(BY RICHARD MIZE)
Published: Mar 5, 2010 by NewsOK.com
LAWTON — A Lawton construction firm with a $100 million contract for work at Fort Sill is calling for help.
He and I Construction Inc. landed the contract for maintenance and repair of the post’s nonresidential buildings for 50 months, said Emmanuel Alfaro, whose parents, Al and Lucille Alfaro, own the company.
He said the firm initially bid on a five-year contract at $250 million but another bidder protested, postponing the job for three years, causing the specifications to change and the project to be scaled back.
In any case, Alfaro said, He and I, with 23 employees working out of its shop at 678 SW Bishop Road, is going to need some help. He said work is set to begin in two weeks.
"We are having a small problem finding subcontractors to take a project of this magnitude, and the larger firms may not have all the manpower to complete these projects in-house, therefore, employment opportunities and subcontract opportunities will arise,” Alfaro said in an e-mail he sent to The Oklahoman and media in... Read the full story here