Enhancing opportunities for minority- and women-owned subcontractors

As a leader in the community of commercial building contractors, Rogers-O’Brien works with several minority contractor trade organizations, contractors groups, community assistance agencies and individual firms to help solicit and encourage participation. We firmly believe that all qualified businesses — large and small — should have equal opportunities to compete and succeed. Throughout its history, Rogers-O’Brien has promoted and cultivated participation among minority and woman-owned firms (M/WBE) on its construction projects. Our objective is to increase the visibility, improve the economic viability and develop opportunities for the utilization of local and M/WBE businesses. Our proven track record has helped to foster mutually beneficial, ongoing relationships.

Rogers-O'Brien's minority and women business program is unequivocally embraced and supported by our Chairman, Pat O’Brien, and our CEO, Preston McAfee.  While Rogers-O'Brien does not have M/WBE or HUB status, our track record is long and positive in the utilization of minority business enterprises and women business enterprises.  Our culture is one of relationships and team building, partnering and community service.  Rogers-O'Brien participates in and supports local and regional mentoring programs which help to increase minority and woman owned subcontractor availability and expertise.

If you are a subcontractor that would like to work with Rogers-O’Brien, please follow the instructions on our Subcontractors page.

Recent Awards 2015

Top Prime Contractors and Supplier Diversity Champion Award from the Subcontractors USA Houston Chapter

Top 25 Prime Contactors

Outstanding HUB Participation Award from the University of Texas System Office of HUB Development

UT HUB Award