Less than three years of becoming a member of the South Florida Minority Supplier Development Council, Messam Construction was named one of the MBE Suppliers of the Year at the organization’s 38th Awards Gala. The Annual Awards Gala is the Council’s signature event which recognizes the achievements of South Florida’s top minority-owned businesses, dynamic industry leaders and major corporations that are committed to Supplier Diversity.
Messam Construction is a Florida licensed General Construction and Construction Management firm led by Wayne Messam, CGC, LEED AP, BD+C and Angela Messam, LEED AP, BD+C. The firm specializes in minor to medium sized construction project as a prime contractor and has carved out a niche business partnering with some of the country’s largest construction management firms on large multi-million dollar projects. Now in its 10th year in business, the firm has risen to be one of the most sought after Construction Management firms by Owners and other Construction Management firms. A limited list of projects include Broward County New Civil Court House, Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus Student Support Center, Galaxy Elementary School in Boynton Beach, Gove Elementary School in Belle Glade and the Ft. Lauderdale International Airport Terminal 4 Expansion.
As a certified minority owned business, managing partners, Wayne & Angela Messam, realize the importance of inclusion in institutional and governmental projects. As a matter of policy, Messam Construction mandates that as a company, that every effort is given to hiring other minority owned firms. “Our company has been blessed to be a part of South Florida most outstanding projects and we do what we can to ensure other MBE firms have access to bid opportunities on all of our projects,” stated Angela Messam, Managing Partner with the firm.
In addition to providing excellent services on all of its projects, Messam Construction is very active in the community. The firm quietly supports many charities in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade County. In addition to financial contributions, Messam Construction promotes the awareness of the Construction Management field to young Black and Minority students by participating in career fairs at local area schools. “Giving back to the community and being a good corporate citizen is what it is all about,” stated Wayne Messam.