The KCI New Terminal will serve as a catalyst for economic growth, and provide opportunities for local workers, as well as minority- and women-owned businesses.

Clark | Weitz | Clarkson is committed to maximizing opportunities for M/WBE firms and has established participation goals that exceed those set by the city. 

The Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program is administered by the City of Kansas City, Missouri on all city projects over a predetermined dollar amount.  Projects are assigned participation goals by the city's Human Relations Department to ensure minority, woman and disadvantaged-owned and small business companies have fair and equitable opportunities on all city projects.  

The Clark Weitz Clarkson construction joint venture recognizes the valuable contributions of small and local firms and is committed to providing opportunities to Minority, Woman and Disadvantaged Small Businesses.  If your company is not yet a certified M/WBE, and are interested in becoming certified with the City of Kansas City, we encourage you to review these resources:   

M/WBE Program Information
M/WBE Election Form

We have a proven track record of meeting our client's small business participation goals. All potential bidders must complete the Subcontractor Qualification Application (SQA).