For more than 30 years MOKAN CCAC has been at the forefront of efforts to provide opportunities for MBE and WBE contractors on construction projects in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Since its incorporation in 1974, its mission was and remains today to serve as an advocate and facilitator for the inclusion of minority and women-owned businesses on construction projects. MOKAN also assists in strengthening the business development of contractors through the MOKAN institute.
MOKAN serves as a vital link between minority, female-owned, small contractors and the general construction population. There is also a strong commitment to promote and maintain a mutually beneficial and profitable relationship between contractors, developers and government.
MOKAN is focused on building partnerships that create win-win scenarios for everyone in the construction trades industry. While we are strong advocates for our members we also work diligently with majority contractors to develop strategies to increase minority participation for their firms and meet minority inclusion goals. We provide insight and guidance in developing minority business inclusion programs. We do all of this with one single focus: to expand opportunities for growth for minority and women-owned businesses in the construction trades.