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What's New: Emerging Contractors Success Stories

The PDI Group

Monday, August 24, 2015  

Ten years ago Pacific Dynasty International, Inc. now known  as PDI Group,  started  as an LED gadget sales company.  Since then, it has grown in capacity from an LED supplier and authorized distributor to installing lighting and erecting steel on infrastructure projects.

Since installing lighting and erecting steel required bonding,  PDI sought assistance from the Gulf Region Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC). Henry Yiu with PDI says that participating in the 2015 Gulf Region U.S. DOT Women in Transportation Bonding and Access to Capital  Program  took the business to a different level. This hands-on educational opportunity was part of the SFAA/ U.S. DOT Bonding Education Program.

Prior to participating in the program, PDI had no bonding  capacity. PDI learned about  the bonding  process step by step and how to increase its business capacity. As a result, PDI was able to obtain  $2 million in aggregate bonding  capacity. The program helped facilitate and build a great relationship with the surety agency that the SBTRC provided  them with in the program. Having obtained the essential bonding  capacity, PDI has been able to pursue business at a different level and bonding  has opened many doors for them.

Public sector clients PDI has received procurement opportunities with include  Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport  and  the  cities of Dallas  and Fort Worth, TX.

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