About NAMCGC

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. While membership is open to people of all races and ethnic backgrounds, the organization’s mandate, “Building Bridges – Crossing Barriers,” focuses on construction industry concerns common to African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.

What We Do

  • Provide education and training to minority contractors in construction.
  • Promote the economic and legal interest of minority contracting firms.
  • Advocate law and government actions for minority contractors.
  • Bring about wider procurement and business opportunities for minority contractors.
  • Reduce and remove the barriers to full equality for minority contractors.
  • Build bridges between minority contractors and the entities they work.
  • Create a forum for sharing information and mutual support.

What We Do

Our vision is to prepare and position deserving minority and female owned businesses to win contracts, increase branding visibility, and to expand their client base through relationship development opportunities.

 

Years Established

Members

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Training and Development

NAMC provides the quarterly training series that includes workshop topics ranging from RS Means, Davis Bacon, Estimating, Professional Development and more. Also, a partnership with the Georgia Tech’s PTAC will provide hands on workshops for company’s interested in pursuing work with government agencies.

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Technical Assistance

NAMC has a technical assistance program (TAP) to help grow your business by providing consultation for best-in-class delivery through effective gap analysis.  Our chapter has strategic alliances and partnerships with other agencies and associations to train, incubate and consult to help maximize your operations and gain market share.

Click here to learn more about TAP and go to the Contact Us page to get started or ask questions.

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Networking

Our monthly meetings and annual events foster an opportunity to meet and greet other contractors in the market. Having the ability to meet with prime contractors gives allows your company a chance to establish relationships and develop strategic partnerships with other members of similar size and work scope.

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Mentor/Protégé Opportunities

Our ongoing commitment to assist small business is through the development of our mentor/protégé program. This process is through a joint partnership with the City of Atlanta, we work to direct NAMC members with primes through an extensive matching process.

Contact the membership chairperson, Mr. Gregory Ford at 770.990.3378 or email info@namcatlanta.org to join.

Our Board of Directors

Billy Freeman, Jr.

Billy Freeman, Jr.

President

Technique Concrete Construction

Jan Prisby-Bryson

Jan Prisby-Bryson

Vice President

National Chapter Board Member
Benchmark Management

Arthur Queen

Arthur Queen

Treasurer

National Chapter Board, Emeritus
EGM Services

Rholanda Stanberry

Rholanda Stanberry

Secretary

Atlanta Housing Authority

Vic Verma

Vic Verma

Board Member

National Chapter Board Member
Alpha Insulation & Waterproofing

Steve Barnes

Steve Barnes

Board Member

Bryson Constructors

Melvin Griffin

Melvin Griffin

Board Member

Southeast Construction Solutions

Stephanie V. Jones

Stephanie V. Jones

Board Member

Chasm Architecture

Hubert Owens

Hubert Owens

Board Member

HJAIA

Susan Pease Langford, Esq

Susan Pease Langford, Esq

Board Member

Butler Snow LLC

Andrea Barnett

Andrea Barnett

Executive Director

Al Smith

Al Smith

Board Member

Unique Consulting