SUBCONTRACTING DIVERSITY PROGRAM
Developing Small, Minority, Women-owned and Historically Underutilized Businesses (S/M/W/HUB)
It is the policy of Bartlett Cocke General Contractors to promote and encourage subcontracting opportunities for Small, Minority, Women-owned and Historically Underutilized Businesses (S/M/W/HUBs) on all of our contracts. Bartlett Cocke General Contractors will make a good faith effort to utilize S/M/W/HUBs on all of our contracts, and to meet or exceed subcontracting goals established by the owner. When possible, we expect pre-construction personnel to go beyond the minimum good faith efforts established by the owner, in an effort to meet or exceed subcontracting goals. The purpose of this Diversity Program is to promote full and equal business opportunities for all subcontractors and material suppliers.
Through our over 50 years in business, we have strived to meet the Small, Minority, Women-owned and Historically Underutilized Business (S/M/W/HUB) program requirements and have many times exceeded the established goals. The table below provides a snapshot of our public small disadvantage business utilization experience with meeting or exceeding the established program goals.
COMMITTMENT TO INCLUSION
Bartlett Cocke General Contractorsis committed to the inclusion of S/M/W/HUB firms. This commitment is reflected in the attention to detail we give to our customers. Bartlett Cocke General Contractors has provided business outreach services to city, county, state and federal projects. We have a track record of assisting clients achieve goals rather than relying on good faith efforts.
Bartlett Cocke General Contractors is committed to and affirmatively embraces the concept of inclusion. In 2010, we created a Diversity Development Director position to further enhance our commitment to HUB, small, women, minority, and veteran enterprises. This individual champions our diversity and inclusion efforts through the promotion and education of these enterprises. Bartlett Cocke General Contractors believes in diversity and will work diligently to include a diverse mix of subcontractors and material suppliers in the construction of projects.
Doing Business with Barlett Cocke General Contractors
1. Submit Subcontractor Qualification Information
2. Obtain and review project information (i.e. plans, specification, insurance,etc.) to identify the services and/or scope(s) of work you plan to propose
Communicate with us to address any questions concerning the project
Inform us if you are a second or third tier subcontractor or supplier
Attend future proposal meetings/ outreach events for all projects
For more information:
Anita Uribe Martin
Diversity Development Director
Bartlett Cocke General Contractors
San Antonio, Texas 78217
(210) 655-1031 office
(210) 655-1327 fax