FMI Corporation, a leading consulting and investment banking firm serving the built environment, announces a strategic partnership with the U.S. Minority Contractors Association (USMCA), a nonprofit that helps and advocates for minority business owners, contractors and subcontractors.
FMI will serve as a strategic partner and consultant to USMCA, helping the association expand member services and position the organization for continued growth. FMI will work with the USMCA board on strategic issues and help the association form new chapters, recruit members and extend their network across the industry.
“As an industry, we must work to expand opportunities for minority-owned businesses to fully participate in all aspects of the AEC industry,” said FMI CEO Chris Daum. “We’re excited to work with USMCA and their members to help them improve operations, expand their networks and compete to win and build America’s infrastructure.”
USMCA will leverage the relationship to reach more members, open new chapters and expand its local presence in key markets.
“We are excited to work with FMI to give our members access to nearly 70 years of experience and industry expertise,” said Larry S. Bullock, President and CEO, USMCA. “Helping our members improve operations, become bid ready and win more work is a critical part of our mission.”
FMI is committed to helping leading companies across the built environment, create better futures for themselves and the communities they serve.