Regional Hispanic Contractors Association > About Us
Mission Statement & Vision updated 2024
MISSION: To advance every members’ business potential, connections, and capabilities in the Construction industry across Texas, through advocacy, resources, and training programs, creating economic growth.
VISION: Be the trusted advocate for every industry member to promote value and multi-generational impact.
The Regional Hispanic Contractors Association formerly the Hispanic Contractors Association of DFW was formed in 1995 to address the needs of one of the fastest-growing sectors of the construction industry. In addition to giving voice to the business and political concerns of its members, the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association serves the community through its outreach program.
The Regional Hispanic Contractors Association has streamlined and improved the bid process for its members. Hispanic Contractors Association members have been successful in working with local and state elected officials to ensure fairness in the awarding of bids. Additionally, the RHCA has implemented several new initiatives to offer members expanded support services and benefits.
This year, we are developing a website for members to use as a resource guide for upcoming jobs, financial and legal assistance, insurance, bonds, and more. We are also working on setting up bilingual classes to help more Hispanics communicate with entities that provide opportunities for growth. Additionally, we are starting a mentoring program to help individuals train and learn about all aspects of the construction industry. We have a plan room available for members to check the plans for current projects. Throughout the year, we host networking events for all members.
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The RHCA’s Contractor Business Center is the only one-stop shop in the country assisting, new, small, and emerging general contractors and subcontractors with project procurement, construction safety, and sustainability.
As an advocacy leader in the A/E/C industry for diversity, equality, and inclusion, it also serves as a “Hispanic Chamber of Commerce” in the architectural, engineering, and construction (A/E/C) industry.
Membership profiles include general contractors, sub-contractors, small business owners, engineers, architects, construction workers, safety training educators/instructors, and students.
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