2004-03-26 / Community

Minority and Women Business Opportunities at WTC

Minority and Women Business Opportunities at WTC


Pictured left to right are: Edward J. Malloy; C. Virginia Fields; Assemblyman Adriano Espaillat (Manhattan); Charles Rangel; Nydia Valezquez; Larry A. Silverstein; 19 year-old Construction Skills 2000 graduate Cedric St. Marie; an apprentice with Asbestos Workers Local 12; and Louis J. Coletti.Pictured left to right are: Edward J. Malloy; C. Virginia Fields; Assemblyman Adriano Espaillat (Manhattan); Charles Rangel; Nydia Valezquez; Larry A. Silverstein; 19 year-old Construction Skills 2000 graduate Cedric St. Marie; an apprentice with Asbestos Workers Local 12; and Louis J. Coletti.

Councilman James Sanders and Con gress members Charles B. Rangel and Nydia Velazquez joined Silver stein Properties President Larry A. Sil verstein, Lower Manhattan Devel op ment Corporation President Kevin Rampe, Manhattan Borough Pres ident C. Virginia Fields, Building and Construction Trades Council Pres ident Edward J. Malloy, Building Trades Employers’ Association Pres ident Louis J. Coletti, and students from Construction Skills 2000 at a press conference today to announce two initiatives to ensure that minority students and minority/women business enterprises are given the opportunity to participate in the revitalization of lower Manhattan.


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