DCCM Divisions RG Miller | DCCM, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM, and ATG | DCCM are mentor firms in the TxDOT’s Diverse Relationships for Informative Value Exchange (DRIVE) mentorship program.
|DCCM Divisions RG Miller | DCCM, Binkley & Barfield | DCCM, and ATG | DCCM are mentor firms in the TxDOT’s Diverse Relationships for Informative Value Exchange (DRIVE) mentorship program. DRIVE is a business-to-business connection that allows firms to share their experiences, expertise, and resources. Participating firms help create a stronger networking environment and cultivate relationships between larger and smaller firms. This collaboration allows them to learn, evolve, and compete for professional services contracts in the marketplace.
RG Miller | DCCM mentors Wilson Engineering & Construction Services (WECS). Amber Forrest, PE, hosts a call with Gerald Wilson every 6 weeks. The R.G. Miller team assisted WECS prepare a winning proposal in which they will be acting as Prairie View’s City Traffic Engineer, conducting a speed study to design speed cushions.
Binkley & Barfield | DCCM hosts monthly calls with their firm Au+, where they helped Au+ with tips on their future TxDOT endeavors. Brandon Boatcallie, PE, recently attended a DRIVE event in Frisco, where he met with Au+ in person and learned more about the program and Binkley & Barfield | DCCM’s role as a mentor.
As a former MWDBE firm, ATG | DCCM mentors SP Engineering. ATG | DCCM’s CEO Gayle Heath and President Mike Heath are thoroughly involved in working with SP Engineering through the DRIVE program.
For more information on how you can get involved with the DRIVE mentor-mentee program, visit https://www.txdot.gov/business/peps/opportunities/drive-mentor-mentee-program.html