Advocates for Minority & Women Contractors
NAMC-DFW serves as an advocate for Dallas/Fort Worth minority & women contractors, monitoring government actions that affect
your trade, while broaden your business’ reach with access to
public & private procurement opportunities.
What is NAMC-DFW
The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is the oldest minority construction trade association in the United States with an annual project capacity of over one billion dollars nationally.
The general purpose of NAMC-DFW is to initiate, encourage, and assist in the formation of an educational institute for construction contractors, their staff and their craftsmen. We initiate and operate training programs for persons desiring employment and procurement opportunities in the building trades in order to assure opportunities in all areas of this industry, and to integrate the various ethnic groups, races, creeds, and colors into this industry.
The association strives to accomplish its goals in collaboration with major corporate partners, strategic alliances, and public agencies. The construction market is a relationship-driven industry. Business relationships must be developed; the strategies and approaches for pursuing, winning, and executing business is paramount.
Featured Member of the Month
Hilton Smith worked with Turner Construction became a board member of NAMC 44 years ago. During a joint venture with Ray Dones, the founder of NAMC, Turner Construction became one of the association’s first major corporate partners. Mr. Smith was recently appointed at the 47th NAMC Annual Conference in June 2016 as a Board Member Emeritus.
NAMC membership recently voted to approve Mr. Hilton Smith’s appointment as an emeritus national board member. Mr. Smith became a board member of NAMC over 40 years ago. Turner Construction and Mr. Ray Dones, Founder of NAMC had a joint venture. Turner Construction became one of the first major corporate partners with NAMC.
Hilton Smith | Member
Strategic planning session
Don’t miss NAMC DFW’s March meeting as we continue to present and discuss millions of dollars in current and upcoming contracting opportunities within North Texas.