We are Baldwin
At Baldwin General Contracting, we are committed to the inclusion of all underrepresented minorities and women in the construction profession. We recognize the importance of employing and partnering with minority, women-owned, veteran, small business, and other groups in our local economy.
We strive to continually improve and strengthen how we identify, engage, and communicate with our subcontractors and suppliers to provide greater opportunity to grow our diversity partners.
Baldwin General Contracting is a HUBzone Certified Business and in the past years we have collaborated with numerous DBE firms (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) in the successful completion of many projects. Our commitment to growing subcontractor and supplier diversity stems from our community participation program.
Key elements of this plan include:
- Structuring bid packages to allow for maximum participation consistent with the availability of DBE firms.
- Maintaining and monitoring subcontractor reporting and reinforcing project goals throughout the project.
- Conducting open houses and consultations to explain the bid packages, schedule, and process to the interested bidders throughout the procurement process.
- Communicating and advertising opportunities via faxes, e-mail, web-based postings, and telephone follow-up contacts.
We invite you to become part of the Baldwin team and encourage you to start a conversation about how your diversity business can help all of us reach our goals and provide satisfaction for our end customers and communities.
Our commitment runs deep. Yohn Baldwin co-chairs the Workforce and Professional Development Committee of the Oregon Columbia Chapter, American General Contractors Association. The committee’s work includes a strong focus on improving diversity in the contracting industry, local, state and at a national level.