RHCA’s Luna Awards (Dallas/Fort Worth)
November 9 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm CST
RHCA’s Luna Awards celebrates the achievements of women, women-owned businesses and advocates who promote and develop women at all levels in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
A/E/C Firm of the Year Award
Recognizes a woman-owned company in architecture, engineering, or construction. A company with exemplary performance, taken significant risks, demonstrated innovation and trendsetting, and exhibited growth.
Service Firm of the Year Award
Recognizes a non-construction woman-owned company that provides exemplary services to companies in the architecture, engineering, or construction industry from professional services, equipment, workforce, printing, specialty items, and training services.
Woman of the Year Award A/E/C
Recognizes a woman who has been in the architecture, engineering, or construction industry for a minimum of 5 years. A woman who plays a pivotal role within the company’s philosophy is a team player and provides support that advances the company’s success and reinforces the overall team effort. This individual takes part in the executive team.
The Regional Hispanic Contractors Association formerly the Hispanic Contractors Association of DFW was formed in 1995 to address the needs of one of the fastest growing sectors of the construction industry. In addition in giving voice to the business and political concerns of its members, the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association serves the community through its outreach program.
The Regional Hispanic Contractors Association has streamlined and improved the bid process for its members. Hispanic Contractors Association members have been successful in working with local and state elected officials to ensure fairness in awarding of bids. Additionally, the RHCA has implemented several new initiatives to offer members expanded support services and benefits.
RHCA Mission Statement
The mission of the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association is to promote and support the advancement and economic growth of the Hispanic contractors, architects and engineers in Texas. We are committed to developing programs and facilitating the resources needed to help the diverse Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (A/E/C) Industry reach their potential.