For contractors to participate in the Baltimore Peninsula development, opportunities are publicly posted on this website, as well as with Baltimore City Minority and Women's Business Opportunity Office (MWBOO).
Awardees are required to comply with all requirements of Baltimore Peninsula's Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Baltimore City, including, but not limited to local hiring, minority- and women-owned business participation and supplier diversity.
Baltimore Peninsula is committed to overall contracting goals for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses, as well as local hiring objectives for Baltimore City residents. The team works alongside the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) to support businesses and residents in job matching and developing a strong pipeline of local talent.
As a demonstration of its commitment to diverse hiring, Baltimore Peninsula partnered with Sweeten Enterprise to build a platform that connects Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (MWBE) with developers and prime contractors for major construction projects.
In addition to sourcing great MWBE talent, this partnership also aims to bring transparency, innovation and inclusiveness to business participation at Baltimore Peninsula.
As Baltimore Peninsula transforms into a world-class neighborhood, there are many new employment, business and contracting opportunities. The development team works closely with the City of Baltimore and local employment leaders to provide opportunities for individuals seeking employment.