Neuvokas is Awarded Contract with Purchasing Cooperative of America

Ahmeek, MI – November 10, 2016 – Neuvokas Corporation was recently awarded a contract through the Purchasing Cooperative of America (PCA). This contract is another layer of validation and, in addition, will make working with governmental agencies much easier by streamlining the solicitation process. Becoming a member is free and easy for government entities. 

“I’m excited to begin leveraging this opportunity in the Houston area and Texas Region as a way to bring governmental agencies on board,” said Larry Goldberg, Regional Sales Director. “It gives us another layer of credibility and makes the transaction a little smoother.” 

About PCA: PCA is a Texas based, nationwide purchasing cooperative. PCA membership is free and eliminates the need for PCA vendors to respond individually to solicitations from different governmental agencies. PCA members can make purchases through PCA contracts easily, resting assured that the transaction is in accordance with federal and state law.

About Neuvokas Corporation: Founded in 2012, Neuvokas Corporation is an Ahmeek, MI based company that manufactures and distributes FRP rebar made from basalt fiber (BFRP). Distributed under the GatorBar™ brand Neuvokas’ BFRP is stronger and seven times lighter than steel reinforcing bar, is non-corrosive and sells for the same price as its domestically produced steel rebar counterpart.

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Randy Oja

MJO Contracting

I wanted to drop a line and comment on your GatorBar product. This is the second project we’ve used it on and the first one that we used a power rake with. We placed the bar 18” OCBW and chaired it to 2 1/2” for a 5” slab. The GatorBar worked well, in particular we noticed how it rebounded back to the center of the slab after we drove over it, with steel rebar the rebar would often end up bent and left at the bottom of the slab, where it does nothing for crack control. Also, the labor savings on rebar placement was significant and I know the crew appreciated not having to wrestle with the heavy steel. We look forward to using it again on future projects.