Welcome to BLACKTRADESMEN.US!

BUILDING LEGACY!

  • Our online community features experienced Black professional Construction Tradesmen & Tradeswomen from across the United States!
  • Search our Database for over 30 Skilled Trades, General & Specialty Contractors, Training Facilities and Industry Leaders!
  • Our dynamic site design, and awesome online tools, provides our members with a sophisticated platform to grow their careers and market their construction businesses!

JOIN OUR NETWORK TODAY!

Join today and start building valuable relationships with constructions BEST Tradesmen & Construction Firms nationwide!

Create A Profile

Create a personalized profile, upload your resume, add photos, embed videos, and represent your trade or company!

Start Networking

Directly connect with skilled Tradesmen & Construction Firms nationwide, Find business opportunities, and build valuable industry relationships!

Continue To Build

Post Job Opportunities, Hire Tradesmen, Market your Business, keep up to date on Industry News, Techniques & Standards!

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Building Legacy!

American descendants of slavery share a unique & profound history in the construction of the United States...

Williamsburg, VA

In 1638, hundreds of skilled black slaves such as Carpenters, Brick Layers, and Iron-smiths helped construct the colonial capital of Williamsburg after Jamestown, VA burned to the ground.

Washington, D.C.

American born, black Civil Engineer Benjamin Banneker developed the grand design for the capital of the United States. The city was then largely built by slave laborers & tradesmen.

Rail Construction

After slavery, the construction of railroads across America was the most important industry that black skilled tradesmen worked in, and physically connected the nation.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Today, Black Tradesmen & Black owned construction firms are pivotal in managing & building multi-billion dollar projects across the United States.

We care about your success!

Our network is built upon the success of our talented members. Blacktradesmen.us is committed to further building the legacy of Black American Tradesmen & Tradeswomen, and their historic contributions to the construction of the United States. Our network empowers our members with a voice to express their field experiences, share business opportunities, information, and enhance their careers through networking, and advanced training opportunities. We advocate for our members fair treatment in contracting & employment, by regularly conducting outreach to help them take actions against racial discrimination in the construction industry. Collectively, we hope to build a new generation of tradesmen to carry on the rich tradition of professional Black construction craftsmanship.

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