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Economic forecast and pioneer topics presented at the HCAC Conference

Charlotte, NC. October 5, 2016. The Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas (HCAC) will be hosting the 5th annual Construction Conference and Brilliance Awards Luncheon, on Tuesday, November 2, 2016. This year, this vibrant event will also feature an Expo and a Bowling Reception, offering another opportunity for product showcase and business networking.

For the fifth year in a row, the Construction Conference comes stronger than ever and promises to present revolutionary information to the minority business community in the Carolinas. Top diversity managers, general contractors and speakers will participate in panel discussions and presentations, followed by the presentation of the 2016 Brilliance Awards, and an interactive expo of Hispanic-owned construction companies.

Contractors are eager to know what to expect in the coming year and how to prepare to be successful at pursuing projects and contract opportunities. That is why the economic forecast is so important at this conference, said Julian Arcila, Executive Director of HCAC.

This year HCAC is also showcasing information about Building Information Modeling, to talk about the future of design. According to industry experts this is a tool that will allow contractors to stay ahead of the crowd and to compete at new levels.

“We would like to thank HCAC for trusting us and giving us the opportunity to be recognized for our hard work. Receiving the Presidential Recognition of Outstanding Service to HCAC in 2015 was a great honor. We will continue supporting HCAC as they continue to open doors for minority contractors”, said Adriana Silva, CEO and Owner, Fresh & Bright Corp.

The Construction Conference will be held at the Omni Hotel, located at 132 E Trade St. Charlotte, NC 28202 and tickets can be bought at

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About HCAC

The Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas (HCAC) is a nonprofit organization established to provide the necessary resources to ensure the continued progress of its members while promoting the success of Hispanic-owned construction businesses in the Carolinas. Opened in 2006, the organization represents today more than 250 Hispanic construction business owners in the region, offering services such as access to business opportunities, education, networking sessions, business development assistance and advocacy. For more information about HCAC visit

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