What is the GHCA
The Georgia Hispanic Construction Association (GHCA) is a 501(c)6 non-profit, membership-based organization established in 2012 to serve the needs of the growing Hispanic construction community in the State of Georgia. The GHCA provides education and business development resources to help small and medium-sized construction firms to build a stronger business foundation and to secure more and better business opportunities.
Our mission is to nurture the success of the Hispanic Community in the construction industry.
Our Vision is to achieve the highest recognition of the Hispanic construction community's excellence and accomplishments.
Our core values are focused on Community, Excellence, Trust, Commitment and having Fun while doing what we love the most.
Areas of Value
The GHCA offers a variety of educational programs and other resources, at a minimum or no cost to Members and on a continuous basis. We have designed these programs to increase knowledge in all areas of the construction business. GHCA can also assist with specific business needs through our sponsors and community partners.
GHCA keeps members informed on bid opportunities and construction projects. GHCA also facilitates referrals, offers matchmaking as well as ample networking opportunities with peers and contractors. GHCA's networking events are the best way to expand our members' network of professional contacts.
The GHCA works closely with private, public, government, and non-profit organizations to identify business opportunities and promote the inclusion of Hispanic entrepreneurs. Also, the GHCA works in partnership with other non-profit organizations and government entities to address construction-related issues.
Diversity & Inclusion
The GHCA is committed to working with various public and private entities that take a serious and committed approach towards Diversity and Inclusion. As a Minority oriented resource, GHCA focuses on locating projects that host Minority participation set-asides and goals, while helping more members attain their Minority Certifications.