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NAMC Georgia Chapter


The NAMC Georgia Chapter scholarship will be awarded to enrolled college students who are pursuing studies in or related to the Construction, Architecture and Engineering. Scholarships awards are $2500 each and payable to the applicant’s college registrar to be applied to the student’s account.

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 Local Corporate Partners

Welcome New Members!  

  • Legwork Plumbing Solutions
  • City of Atlanta and Fulton Co
  • Recreation Authority
  • T & T Ventures, LLC
  • Essayon Progress Management
  • McCarthy Building Company
  • 5 Seasons Mechanical, LLC
  • SG Contracting, Inc.
  • Skanska USA Building, Inc
  • Alln-1-Security
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Department of Aviation
  • Construction Works, Inc.
  • Elevation Inspections, LLC
  • Georgia Green Energy Services
  • Griffith Commercial Cleaning
  • Houston Transformation Solutions
  • MHR International
  • Protect Security
  • Sovereign Construction & Development LLC
  • The Cleaning Company Inc

Thank you to our Sponsors!


The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is a nonprofit trade association that was established in 1969 to address the needs and concerns of minority contractors.


Become a part of Atlanta’s most dynamic minority contracting association. Our monthly meetings feature opportunities, networking and a who’s who in opportunity in the Atlanta and surrounding area.


We create a construction industry environment where NAMC Georgia members can cultivate relationships with owners and prime contractors that will afford them greater opportunities to compete for work on construction projects in Georgia.

We’ve Been Building For Over 50 Years

In the early 60’s, Ray Dones, owner of Dones Electric and Joe Debro, director of the Oakland Small Business Development Center, began discussing the experiences African-American contractors faced in their attempts to be recognized as viable businessmen in their industry. They started speaking around the community, quietly organizing other contractors who experienced the same problems. Using the resources available to them, they put together the first conference of the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC).

Let’s Build Something Together