The National Coalition of Women of Color in Construction (NCWCC) is a Trade Association committed to advancing the participation and success of women of color in the contracting and construction sectors. Our mission is to facilitate the growth and empowerment of women of color in these historically male-dominated industries by offering a range of resources, support, and opportunities.

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Our organization, the National Coalition of Women of Color in Construction -  is comprised of industry experts dedicated to advancing and advocating for our members. We strive to facilitate collaboration, innovation, and growth, providing resources, networking opportunities, and advocacy initiatives to empower our members in a competitive market. Our focus on education and professional development ensures that we meet the evolving needs of our members and the industry. Join us to be part of a dynamic community shaping the future of our sector.

 

Reducing the carbon footprint with new technologies that meet future challenges Photo courtesy of TLB Architecture, LLC

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is poised to complete its new Western District Headquarters at Black Rock State Park in Watertown in fall 2023. The new building will utilize innovative concrete technologies and will be the first net-zero and LEED Platinum building built by the state.

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Photo courtesy of TLB Architecture, LLC  The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is poised to complete its new Western District Headquarters at Black Rock State Park in Watertown in fall 2023. The new building will utilize innovative concrete technologies and will be the first net-zero and LEED Platinum building built by the state.

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It’s a big undertaking to become a business owner, but with the right resources, planning and a great idea, it can be a rewarding journey. As a concrete business owner, you have the opportunity to provide essential building materials for construction projects and contribute to the growth of infrastructure in your community.

By investing in quality equipment, hiring skilled workers, and staying up-to-date on industry trends, you can position your concrete business for success. With dedication and hard work, you can build a reputation for reliability and excellence in the competitive construction industry.

Starting a concrete business can be a lucrative venture if done correctly.

The first step is to research the market and identify your target customers.

Next, you will need to create a business plan outlining your services, pricing, and marketing strategies.

Once you have a solid plan in place, you can start acquiring the necessary equipment and materials to get your business up and running.

Concrete Business Startup Guide:12 Steps

1. Do Your Research

2. Start With a Name and Business Plan

3. Choose Your Legal Structure

4. Register Your Business

5. Secure Funding

6. Apply for Licenses and Permits

7. Open a Business Bank Account and Credit Card

8. Insure Your Business

9. Build Your Team

10. Develop Marketing Materials

11. Rent or Purchase Concrete Equipment

12. Launch Your Concrete Business

How To Start a Concrete Business FAQ

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1. Do Your Research

Before starting any business, do comprehensive research to ensure that your idea is a viable business that will bring in a steady cash flow. Your research should include market trends, future competitors and the risk involved in starting a concrete business.

 

Take some time to think about what challenges you might face and how you plan to overcome them. After all, you wouldn’t want to invest your time and money into a business that doesn’t have the research and data to back it up.

 

Here are just a few questions to consider before moving forward:

 

How large is your service area?

Who is your target market?

What needs are you fulfilling for your potential customers?

Who are your competitors and how much of the market share do they own?

Is there a significant amount of available market share you could own?

What does the concrete industry look like now and in the future?

What are the risks involved in starting a concrete company?

a concrete company. Think about every detail of your service, all the way down to associated costs and suppliers to give your best and most accurate description.

Funding request: If you’re just starting your company, you’ll likely need an investor or a loan to back you. This section is all about the amount you need to borrow and how you’ll use it.

Projections: This section breaks down your expected earnings in the first year to five years in the market. These projections will come from your market research and the data you gather. You can also provide a plan for how you plan to pay back loans. Continued Education Learn More

 

 

 

 

 

In recent years, there has been a push in architecture to design and construct buildings that have a lower carbon footprint. This trend is driven by the real need to address the global challenge of climate change and the recognition that buildings are significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. There are several strategies for constructing buildings that help with mitigation.

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