Anticipates Growth in NYS Agency Contracts as Certified Minority Business Enterprise
Spring Valley, New York (PRUnderground) January 12th, 2016
Nadler Modular Structures has been granted status as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the New York State’s Division of Minority & Women’s Business Development.
Nadler Modular Structures, a New York based company that has provided high quality, customizable, and affordable temporary and permanent modular buildings to the commercial and public sector since 1977, has achieved certification as an MBE by the New York State Department of Economic Development, Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development (DMWBD).
The DMWBD is part of New York’s chief economic Empire State Development agency, and is tasked with promoting equality of economic opportunities for MWBEs and to eliminate barriers to their participation in state contracts. Among its key objectives is to assist state agencies in awarding a fair share of state contracts to MWBEs.
“Nadler is very proud to be a minority-owned business, and honored to have now been certified by the great State of New York as an official Minority Business Enterprise, or MBE,” said Jeff Neeman, CEO of Nadler Modular Structures. “This is something we have strived for, and look forward to strengthening existing and building new agencies relationships; and ultimately helping them solve and augment their space and building requirements.”
As a certified MBE, Nadler Modular Structures will be listed on the NYS MWBE Directory of Certified Firms, and have access to a variety of resources to assist in navigating state contracting opportunities.