By contributing to an initiative that encourages growth, diversity, and inclusion within the commercial construction industry, your company will be creating change and becoming a forerunner of transparency and accountability. Get involved to support an enrolled contractor!
Who can become a Construction Ally?
Corporate entities that regularly fund the building and renovation of construction projects. Construction Allies must be committed to furthering diversity and inclusion within the commercial construction industry through actionable items, transparency, and accountability. Construction Allies will financially support the Strong Foundations Program, giving underrepresented contractors access to practical knowledge courses on building and sustaining their construction business. Get involved by filling out the application here.
Who can become a Construction Partner?
Construction companies that are committed to furthering diversity and inclusion within the commercial construction industry through actionable items, transparency, and accountability. Construction Partners will help fund some of the initiatives within the Strong Foundations Program, as well as mentor an assigned Enrolled Contractor, when applicable. Get involved by filling out the application here.
- Public statement on your company website that your company is supporting diversity within the workplace and vendor contracts.
- Verify your company’s vendor documents are ensuring equity for all construction contractors.
- Assist enrolled contractors in developing social capital and business development strategies.
- Provide a list of underrepresented contractors that you have hired on your projects, which will be published in our December eNewsletter and available on our website in celebration of the impact your company is making in the construction industry.
- Provide mentorship assistance to an enrolled contractor you are matched with to establish goal-oriented progress and growth.
Making a Difference
Your commitment to the Construction Allies in Action initiative allows an enrolled contractor to take part in the free Strong Foundations Program, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to grow and manage their company.