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A MAJOR OPPORTUNITY FOR MINORITY, WOMEN AND VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES
Over the next five years, Atrium Health will spend over a billion dollars for new hospital construction, ongoing maintenance, and other related services in their Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina markets. A wide range of trades will be needed, including site work professionals, brick masons, electricians, paving and asphalt contractors, medical and acute facility contractors, and more.

Atrium Health understands that healthcare construction can be a difficult area to break into, especially for minority firms. To address this challenge, we are listening and learning to understand how to help more local contractors win healthcare construction bids with us. To do this effectively, we need your
help.

We want to learn more about the challenges faced by businesses such as yours in areas such as working capital, bonding, labor challenges, local market concerns — and more.

WHO IS CONDUCTING THIS SURVEY?
D. Wilson Agency, a Charlotte-based social impact consultancy, has years of experience and a proven track record of delivering supplier diversity programs, marketing, inclusion, and engagement strategies that help organizations improve the communities they serve and the people within them. Our DWA ACCESS Network™ platform helps diverse firms with business development strategies, as well as resources to grow capacity and revenue.

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