Barnwell House Of Tires Inc. is a business located at 65 Jetson Lane, Central Islip. It was established as a domestic business corporation in Nassau county, under company number 146894 on April 16, 1962, 59 years ago.
The company is, according to the latest data, presided over by a chief executive officer - James W Gorman from Central Islip.
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Moving on to the City of New York contracts awarded to the company, we can list:
"tires, passenger and light duty truck".
The contract was categorized as "goods" and awarded using the competitive sealed bids method by the Citywide Administrative Services agency.
The contract started on May 5, 2017, amounting to $3,453,422.40.
Then there is "tires: passenger and light duty truck", chosen using the competitive sealed bids and started on May 12, 2011. It amounted to $1,987,544.44.
"Tire, meduim duty truck", the final of the three was worth $9,529,200.00. It was chosen using the competitive sealed bids and began on June 27, 2011.
As NYBizDb established, Barnwell House Of Tires Inc won 11 contracts from the aforementioned New York City agency.
|Agency: Citywide Administrative Services|
|Tires, Passenger And Light Duty Truck||$3,453,422.40||05/05/2017|
|Tires: Passenger And Light Duty Truck||$1,987,544.44||05/12/2011|
|Tire, Meduim Duty Truck||$9,529,200.00||06/27/2011|
|Re-ad, Tires: Off Road Heavy||$691,655.00||01/14/2004|
|Tires:passenger And Light Duty Truck||$1,566,366.54||09/02/2003|
|Tires, Medium Duty Truck||$3,088,500.00||11/16/2015|
|Nys Contr Pc64867 Tires, Nypd||$250,000.00||10/27/2010|
|Tires (new) And Related Services||$400,000.00||09/17/2008|
|Tires (new) And Related Services||$200,000.00||12/17/2007|
|Tires And Tubes, 1200r20, Dos||$4,197,150.00||07/18/2007|
|Nys Contr Pc 64867 Tires, Dsny||$900,000.00||01/13/2011|