Who can become a Construction Ally?
Corporate entities that regularly fund the building and renovation of construction projects. Generational change is not obtained through passivity, but action. Each Ally 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 free Strong Foundations Program, which provides access to practical knowledge courses for underrepresented contractors.
- 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 enables a Minority Construction Company to take part in the free Strong Foundations Program, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to grow and manage their company.
Become an Ally
Construction Ally Commitment
Become a Construction Ally in Action and contribute to generational change within the commercial construction industry for an annual cost of $2,500.
By submitting your payment information, you will be sponsoring a company’s success through the Strong Foundations Program!
As a participating Ally in the Construction Allies in Action initiative, you are promising that you are committed to encouraging your assigned Enrolled Contractor to succeed through continuous contact and mentorship. This is an annual program and you will be invoiced for the total amount each year and must submit a written cancellation notice if you choose to discontinue your participation.
Your commitment is not tax-deductible.
Value for Allies
Enhanced Listing in both the Spring and Fall Issues of The Source magazine, with the Construction Allies in Action icon indicating you are part of the initiative.
Article with coordinating social media posts on the Construction Allies in Action website and official social media pages featuring your company’s efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.
List of underrepresented contractors that you’ve hired on projects published in our December eNewsletter and on our website in celebration of the impact your company is making on the industry.
Reserved table for three guests from your company at the end of the year graduation & awards ceremony.
Plaque with your company name to be presented to you at awards ceremony in recognition of your company’s efforts to further diversity and inclusion in the construction industry.
Your company logo featured on marketing materials, including the public web page, for the Construction Allies in Action initiative.