Carlos Mata, Acopia Home Loans
“Guiomar Obregon and the great leadership team have created an excellent environment for the Hispanic construction industry as a whole to do networking, business development, education and become more empowered.”
Mauricio Ramirez, Technaserv Corporation
“I think the biggest challenge is this historic moment when the technology and a growing economy brings lots of opportunities, but also an emerging competition that if you are part of this Association you would find the help to confront the changes”
Glianny Fagundo, Taylor English Duma LLP
“Another fantastic event from the GHCA. The growth and strength of Hispanic construction businesses was at full display. With the GHCA at the helm, their future looks very bright.”
Mauricio Solano, Kiewit Infrastructure South Co.
“Our experience has been excellent with the Hispanic companies that we have had the opportunity to work with. They have showed us their commitment and reliability through hard work by meeting our deadlines and providing us with the quality work that all of us can be proud of.”
Martha Vega, Winter Construction
“Being Hispanic myself, I have a very important trust and belief in our community, I know our ethics, I know what we are capable of, I know what we want to do, the professionalism in how we do business. I want to bring that into my world, the General Contractor, more than it is right now”
Cherelle Cortez, JE Dunn
“Relationships is key, people tend to do business with people they know, people they trust, that’s why it is so instrumental to be a member of GHCA, they will connect you with larger General Contractors, so I strongly recommend you join the organization.”
Adam Hardt, Allan Vigil Ford- Lincoln
“Being a part of the GHCA has been a great experience. As a member, you are able to connect with other professionals that you may not have had the opportunity to meet outside of the GHCA. We are happy to be a part and are looking forward to continued support of a great organization.”
Tony Perez, Fulcro Insurance
“I see the Association as La Casa, of the Hispanic Contractor, the place where they get their training that they need to improve their competencies, in areas such as safety, contract reviews, financial performance, and I see the Association as a source of business referrals.”
Zaira Brumagim, Yancey Bros. Co.
Yancey Brothers the Oldest Caterpillar Dealer en la nación, apoya a el Georgia Hispanic Construction Association por la gran labor que desarrollan ayudando a la comunidad Hispana. Juntos queremos seguir avanzando en el progreso del estado de Georgia y de los Latinos. Estamos comprometidos a facilitar los procesos de compra de maquinaria y herramientas de trabajo para mejorar tu negocio.
Yancey Brothers the Oldest Caterpillar Dealer in the Nation, supports the Georgia Hispanic Construction Association for the great work being done by helping the Hispanic community. Together we want to move forward in the progress of the state of Georgia and Latinos. We are committed to facilitate the process of purchasing machinery and Working tools to improve your business .