United Minority Contractors of North Carolina is a membership based organization and the State Chapter of the National Association of Minority Contractors (UMCNC).
With a mission to promote excellence, opportunity and growth for minority contractors, UMCNC was incorporated in December of 2005 as a 501(c) (6) trade association.
UMCNC is actively engaged in building the capacity of its members through education, training, economic and business development; in collaboration with strategic public and private partners.
UMCNC has established business relationships with major construction firms and construction industry professionals across the State and the County to promote opportunity inclusion for minority contractors.
- 2013 Annual Meeting Registration
Register for the 2013 UMCNC Annual Meeting by Clicking here.
- DSLBD is proud to present: Turner School of Construction Management Courses
DSLBD is proud to present: Turner School of Construction Management Courses Businesses participating in this 8-part workshop series will receive training in a variety of topics, such as: subcontracting; marketing and sales; effective management pr...
- UMCNC Honored As Minority Business Advocate of the Year
UMCNC To Be Honored During MED Week September 9, 2011 Raleigh, North Carolina - UMCNC is being honored as Minority Business Advocate of the Year during Durham's Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week celebration which will be held on October...
- American Indians and Asian Americans Reinstated to City of Raleigh Minority Business Program
In response to the public outcry from the American Indian business community, the North Carolina Indian Economic Development Initiative (NCIEDI) openly challenged the City of Raleigh’s recent decision to exclude American Indians from their minority p...
- State probes fraud claims against Triangle businesswoman
Raleigh, N.C. — The North Carolina Secretary of State's office is investigating whether a well-known Triangle businesswoman defrauded friends and associates who invested in her real estate business and gave her personal loans.Carolyn Grant ran for ma...