This is a relationship-building initiative bringing together corporate leadership with and minority construction firms to engage in long-term knowledge transfer and strategic partnerships through regularly scheduled meetings. This initiative includes a robust training curriculum via Clayco’s employee learning management system to offer mentoring and virtual learning.
Our inclusion goal at Clayco is to make an impactful improvement in the design and construction industry, locally and nationwide. This starts in the early years of education. To further engage our youth, Clayco provides internship opportunities to college students each year to offer learning opportunities in our field.
We partner with the communities in which we operate, and we’re in it for the long haul, giving time, energy, and resources to the projects and charities that can help build these communities. Community Engagement is, and will always be, an important part of our identity. We’re working with nonprofit organizations to support education, the arts, medical research, disaster relief and opportunities for minorities, youth and the underprivileged in these areas.
Clayco BRG (Black Resource Group)
The mission of the Black Resource Group (BRG) is to assist Clayco in providing equal opportunity. The BRG works to ensure that Clayco recognizes the interests of black employees, sees that they feel safe in their workspace, and provides a workplace that is inclusive and equitable, and offers a shared sense of belonging. LEARN MORE >
(Network of Women)
Our guiding goals are to: 1) provide an environment that creates the opportunity for real connections that empower women both personally and professionally, 2) build awareness of and break down gender bias, and 3) achieve a measurable impact on our projects, competitors, partners, clients, employees and communities. LEARN MORE >
Field Focus is an innovative jobsite mentoring program for minorities and women aspiring to be leaders in their respective trades. We team these individuals with Clayco field leadership to remove barriers that exist when relationships are underdeveloped/non-existent.