National Association

of Minority Contractors

Nevada Chapter

The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) is a non-profit trade association established in 1969 to address the needs and concerns of minority contractors. The Nevada Chapter of NAMC serves its members throughout the state of Nevada from Reno to Las Vegas and everywhere in between building a better Nevada.

Timothy Brooks

Timothy Brooks



Greetings to all our members and potential new members.  I am honored to serve as your President and to work alongside each and every one of you as we strive to make a difference in our industry and communities. NAMC Nevada plays a critical role in advocating for the rights and interests of minority contractors  and we  understand the challenges you face in today’s extremely competitive environment.

I encourage you to become involved and to take advantage of the Advocacy, Education, and Procurement offered by our association. As we move forward, I want to emphasize the importance of collaboration and unity within our association. Together, we can make a greater impact and achieve more than we could as individuals towards our common goals.

Let’s continue to work together to make a positive impact. From training and education to networking and advocacy, we are here to help you succeed and grow your business. Thank you for your commitment to the association and for the important work you do every day.

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Delivering Access, Advocacy, and Readiness

The National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) has a strong foundational history that has established a great legacy for the organization. NAMC’s presence and voice in this industry is of even greater need today than ever before to continue the mission of providing Access (contract & resource opportunities), Advocacy (legislative impact), and Contractor Readiness (training, capacity building, and growth) for our members. The association strives to accomplish its goals in collaboration with major corporate partners, strategic alliances, and public agencies. The presence of NAMC today is a testament to its continuing legacy.

Founded in Oakland, California in 1969 by Ray Dones and Joseph Debro, members include more than 50 Hall of Fame members and Legacy Contractor Builders and a combined annual project capacity of over a billion dollars nationally. The association represents the interests of millions of skilled minority workers across the country.

Through a network of local chapters and in collaboration with strategic and corporate partnerships, NAMC assists members with building capacity by providing access to opportunity, advocacy, and contractor development training. NAMC partners with some of the largest companies and general contractors across the United States to help advance diversity and inclusion in the construction industry.

News, Events, and Bid Opportunities

NAMC National Conference

NAMC National Conference

Join the 54th Annual NAMC Conference on September 6-8, 2023 in Arlington, Texas.  Two days of star-studded speaker panels, engaging networking, and a can't miss vendor exposition.  See you there!

NAMC Nevada Conference

NAMC Nevada Conference

2023 NAMC Midwinter Board of Directors Meeting Thnaks to everyone who attended this year's Midwinter Board of Directors meeting at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in February. It was an engaging meeting with significant outcomes for our members.

Our Partners

Contracting is a fast paced business that requires quick action, intensive coordination of resources, and producing a final product that meets the client’s needs and expectations. NAMC Nevada works to help minority contractors acheive their goals and beyond.

“Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.”

Jessie Jackson

“When we’re talking about diversity, it’s not a box to check. It is a reality that should be deeply felt and held and valued by all of us.”

Ava DuVernay

"In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute."

Thurgood Marshall

“The time is always right to do what is right.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life."

Muhammad Ali