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Brothers launch minority building group
Prince George County is bustling with residential construction and the Warren brothers want to help the county minority owned building companies proliferate and cash in on the boom.
Prince George the nation richest minority county, with more than 850,000 residents has a need for more minority owned residential construction companies, say Shane W. and J. Aaron Warren.
trying to figure that out, said Shane Warren, vice president and co founder, with his brother, of the Minority Building Industry Association in Upper Marlboro. want to know, is that That what our purpose is. brothers own Warren Homes, which builds custom homes that sell for to and Warren General Construction Co., which focuses on commercial construction. Shane Warren declined to discuss revenues for the privately held companies. Census Bureau figures.
Since February, the Warrens have worked to encourage more minority participation in this homebuilding surge.
Boosting participation on the county level, through education and training of minority business owners, will eventually lead to more industry diversity at the national level, they say.
The key is to help minorities in the construction business trade in their hammers and saws for briefcases and spreadsheets.
main focus of this organization is to get young minorities involved in the building industry, said Shane Warren, 33. don want to do the school vocational training. We want them to learn how to be entrepreneurs. We want them to own their own companies. Upper Marlboro natives have canvassed the county, meeting with developers and county and state officials. So far, they say, they have garnered support from the Prince George County Council and County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D), among others. Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D Baltimore).
The association has 15 board members, including Derek McDaniels, president and CEO of McDaniels Homes in Lanham, and former NFL running back Olandis Gary, who runs a mortgage company from the association headquarters. McDaniels did not return phone calls seeking comment.
The Warrens have high aspirations for the association, as they want to take it national within the decade. For now, the Warrens say, they are trying to show that the association is not some radical organization that just caters to minorities.
Membership is open to anyone, according to the association Web site. Next summer, the group hopes to bring 10 interns on board to work with different residential construction companies in Prince George Next year, the group plans to hold workshops, training sessions and networking events to bolster its membership. Membership dues range from to depending on the company annual gross revenues.
need to prove ourselves. We need to show that we can do this, said J. Aaron Warren, 37, the association president. want to bring more minorities into the building industry. There a lot of talent out there that needs to be tapped into, and we hoping this association will be the catalyst to do that. Warrens credited County Councilman David C. Harrington (D Dist. 5) of Cheverly for inspiring the group formation. It was after a public hearing two years ago that Harrington told Shane Warren that he wanted to see more developers who like him. major industry in Prince George County is residential building, Harrington said. important to have their voices in the mix, and to get opportunities for minority builders. Gretsch, a spokeswoman for Associated Builders and Contractors, Metro Washington chapter, in Calverton, said about 10 percent of the group 550 members are small, women and minority owned businesses. ABC Metro has programs to help minority businesses, including management education, apprenticeships and programs in which large companies help generate business for small and minority companies.
The MBIA group kickoff gala is scheduled for Nov. 17 at the Coco Cabana restaurant in Hyattsville. Tickets are Thus far, the event has sold 200 tickets, the Warrens said. Harrington will be named an honorary member at the event.