TURNING GOALS INTO REALITY
Prism Technical Management & Marketing Services, LLC solves each client’s unique issues by providing a comprehensive approach backed by our team of experienced professionals. Our process fosters collaboration and innovation to ensure we understand the core needs of our clients, their customers and appropriate community stake holders.
While the vast majority of our projects have mandatory diversity and inclusion targets, more and more clients are choosing to institute goals without being required to do so.
Examples include General contractor JP Cullen, with whom we worked to ensure that a significant percentage of the workers on Milwaukee’s City Hall exterior restoration were people of color, and national developer - Irgens Partners, a true innovative leader in the private sector commercial real estate development space, chose Prism to assist with achieving local, women and minority participation on its state of the art office buildings- the 833 East Michigan and the BMO Harris tower, both in downtown Milwaukee.
On our projects, we have ensured inclusion of, among others:
Minority Owned Business Enterprises
Women Owned Business Enterprises
Small/Disadvantaged/Emerging Business Enterprises
Minority and Female Workers
Unemployed / Underemployed Workers
Low income workers
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AND YOU’LL DISCOVER WHY PRISM IS THE BEST DIVERSITY AND ASSURANCE COMPANY IN WISCONSIN.
The new multi-purpose 714,000 square foot arena will be surrounded by nearly 30 acres of commercial and residential developments over the next 10 years. Prism’s role on the project includes Workforce Inclusion, outreach and reporting project performance related to meeting community benefit goals established by the city and county.
Since 2005, Prism has performed multiple roles on Milwaukee's City Hall. Currently serving as Compliance Monitor, Prism ensures the project meets its 40% workforce hours, 25% construction spending and 18% professional service spending.
Prism served as the Workforce, DBE and Federal Title VI Monitor for the first phase of The Hop - the Milwaukee Streetcar project - which included determining the DBE Goal, developing a workforce inclusion plan and monitoring achievement of all targets for the M Line. The project went live in November 2018 – on budget and on time - with more than 40% underemployed residents participation and 23.0% DBE Contract participation.
Prism Technical Management & Marketing Services, LLC. solves each client’s issues by providing a comprehensive approach backed by our team of experienced professionals. Our process fosters collaboration and innovation to ensure we not only understand the core needs of clients, but also help them develop successfully. Read our success stories below.
$ 105 million in women, small business and minority spending / workforce
3,000 men and women construction workers
Tower & Commons
Small businesses received $127.1 million in contracts; exceeding more than $25 million over goal
Resident workers logged 43.5% of the labor hours; over 64,000 more than goal
Voluntary resident participation & DBE inclusion contracting goals
29.5% represented targeted City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County residents with 372 workers being hired on
Over $3 Million spent on small, women-owned, minority-owned and disadvantaged businesses
Achieved over 25.4%, $7,428,910 of EBE spending
RPP – 30.89% totaling more than 75,000 man hours