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Supplier Diversity

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are directly tied to our core values: safety, stewardship, passion, and collaboration. Our Supplier Diversity Program aims to provide procurement opportunities to diverse suppliers that satisfy our purchasing and contractual requirements for our projects. This also provides employment opportunities in the local communities that we serve.

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Searching for the Right Suppliers for Every Job

It takes great risk, sacrifice, and hard work to start a business, build relationships, gain experience, and succeed in this industry. We’ve been lucky to work with many diverse suppliers who prove reliable, add value, and provide high-quality goods and services. These suppliers provide our local economies with an economic stimulus that benefits all.

If your values align with ours, we’re always looking to partner with additional businesses that serve the construction industry in a positive, sustainable way. Reach out to us for more information.

We support and advocate for inclusion and equity in the construction industry.

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Actively seeking out certified diverse suppliers that can provide competitive, high-quality goods and services.
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Ensuring the inclusion of diverse suppliers as a part of our procurement process.
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Communicating the value of supplier diversity internally & externally to all stakeholders.
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Leveraging our supplier diversity results to meet our clients’ supplier diversity requirements.
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Ensuring Success for All of Our Stakeholders

Clancy & Theys is committed to building a strong Supplier Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program. The foundation of this program consists of internal and external deliverables to help ensure success for all stakeholders. It focuses on:

  • Engagement strategies for diverse vendor communities
  • Reduction of historical barriers that prevent diverse vendor inclusion
  • Operational excellence using the 3 M’s: Mentoring, Managing, and Measuring
  • Compliance and reporting to achieve our supplier diversity goals and provide benchmarks for continuous improvement
  • A minimum 15% participation for Minority and Women, Disadvantaged, Small and Veteran owned businesses across all projects.