Diversity Outreach & Involvement

Bremik Construction shares our client’s commitment to diversity as a business strategy and core value. Bremik regularly works with qualified DMWESB subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers and has diligently fostered relationships with these firms over the years. We are members of OAME (Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs) and MCIP (Metropolitan Contractor Improvement Partnership), and host regular outreach events and pre-bid meetings at their facilities as well as our office. Bremik also teaches an annual project management workshop through MCIP, where our project managers educate minority residential subcontractors, who want to enter into commercial construction, how to work with a commercial general contractor.

While we have several projects in preconstruction or under construction pursuing DMWESB participation, below is a list of completed projects that exceeded the client’s minimum goals.

ProjectGoal UtilizationActual Utilization
14th & Raleigh Apts20%20.3% (to date)
Lents Commons20%22%
Portland Mercado20%42.3%
Kaiser Oregon City Dental11.4%17%
Kaiser Mt. Scott MOB11.4%15%
Smith Block20%22%
U of O Portland Center20%24%
White Stag Block20%24%

Award: 2015 Business Equity Award, Portland Development Commission – Portland Mercado

Dulce Weston is Bremik Construction’s internal Diversity Outreach Coordinator, and can be reached at dw@bremik.com.

Corporate Diversity

d2Bremik Construction is an EEO employer and as a contractor founded and based in Portland, Oregon we are committed to the promotion, development and utilization of a diverse local workforce and commercial construction industry. As an industry leader, we recognize our vital role in the continuous advancement of opportunities for women and minorities in the commercial construction industry.

  • Bremik Construction makes a conscious effort to hire a diverse workforce, with 35% of our office and labor team consisting of women and minorities.
  • Bremik Construction also believes in fostering a strong relationship with the union carpenters and laborers apprenticeship programs. This ongoing relationship allows us to bring talented and diverse employees into the workforce.
  • Annual participation in the Oregon Tradeswomen career fair, educating youth and women about a career in the commercial construction industry.