Julian Arcila
Executive Director
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HCAC Construction Conference comes to Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, NC. April 1, 2015. The Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas (HCAC) announced today that they will be hosting the 4th annual Construction Conference and Brilliance Awards Luncheon. This year, this very successful event is coming to the Queen City and will be held at the Omni Hotel on Tuesday, July 21, 2015.

For the past three years, this event has grown in attendance. Last year, NC Governor Pat McCrory addressed the audience and shared information about Government contracting opportunities. Also, the City of Durham proclaimed Hispanic Contractors Day as a day of recognition for the contributions and impact of local Hispanic contractors.

“This year we will have top notch speakers, including Warren Whitlock, Associate Administrator for the Civil Rights U.S. Department of Transportation, Martha Kenley, FHWA’s DBE Program Manager and Nick Tennyson, NC DOT Chief Deputy. They will share details about the DBE Program, Opportunities for Small Businesses in highway construction, and the Civil Rights Program of the NC DOT” said Julian Arcila, Executive Director of HCAC. With all this information, we intend to give our contractor members the tools to compete and take advantage of market opportunities.

“This conference has been a key event for our organization. Recognizing the hard work of our members and partners is an important reason to bring our community together,” explained the newly appointed President of the Board Jodi Vedelli. “HCAC members strongly support this event and actively participate, they take the nomination process and awards very seriously,” she added.

Top diversity managers, general contractors and subcontractors will participate in panel discussions in the morning, followed by the presentation of the 2015 Brilliance Awards, and an interactive expo of Hispanic-owned construction companies.


About HCAC

The Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas (HCAC) is a nonprofit organization established to provide the necessary resources to ensure the continued progress of its members while promoting the success of Hispanic-owned construction businesses in the Carolinas. Opened in 2006, the organization represents today more than 1,100 Hispanic construction business owners in the region, offering services such as access to business opportunities, education, networking sessions, business development assistance and advocacy. For more information about HCAC visit www.hcacarolinas.org.

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