The Oldest Minority Construction Trade Association In The United States
Founded in Oakland, California in 1969 by Raymond Dones and Joseph Debro, the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is the leading trade association dedicated to promoting the full participation of minority-owned, women-owned and disadvantaged business enterprises (M/W/SBE/DBE) in the construction industry. Through a network of local chapters and in collaboration with strategic and corporate partnerships, NAMC assists members with building capacity by providing access to opportunity, advocacy, and contractor development training.
With over 50 Hall of Fame members, a number of Legacy Builders and an annual project capacity of over one billion dollars nationally, NAMC has established a great legacy within the construction industry. Today, greater than ever before, the need for the continued expansion of NAMC’s presence and voice in the industry is paramount. Our mission of providing Access (contract & resource opportunities), Advocacy (legislative impact), and Contractor Readiness (training, capacity building, and growth) for our members can only be accomplished in collaboration with our major corporate partners, community/public partners and strategic alliances
Demetria Bivens NAMC DFW Executive Director
Demetria Bivens is a business development consultant, specializing in corporate partnership, business strategy, and contract management. The strategic communications, led by Demetria, pioneered initiatives to connect contractors to Major Corporate Groups. Increasing readiness to access contracts and resources has continued to be the primary mission for Demetria as she collaborates with national stakeholders. With over 20 years of experience, Demetria strives to educate and develop contractors to successfully perform in the construction industry.
National Association Of Minority Contractors Dallas-Fort Worth 624 Six Flags Dr, Suite 200 | Arlington Texas 76011 Phone: (682) 252- 4466 | Fax: (817) 770 - 0218 | Email: email@example.com