Supplier Diversity

We strive to broaden minority-, women- and veteran-owned business involvement to be more reflective of the communities we serve.

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Begin your partnership with Messer in three steps:

  • Do Your Research. Our goal is to provide the opportunity for you to successfully compete on our projects that match your capacity, skillset and financial strength. Review other areas of the website to gain a better understanding of Messer's culture, services and project experience.
  • Get Certified. We accept current certifications from the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and the National Veteran Business Development Council, as well as most federal, state or municipal certifications.
  • Get Registered. All of our subcontractors and suppliers are required to complete the subcontractor enrollment process on the Messer Business Portal (MBP). The MBP provides clarity of compliance documents, process transparency and faster turnaround time on all documents submitted.

M/WBE Spotlight

Messer publishes a quarterly M/WBE newsletter highlighting diverse subcontractors and suppliers' history, services and partnership. The latest edition features Powers & Sons nominated by Senior Project Executive Jim Glasener and Project Executive David Hayes in Indianapolis.

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Inclusion Drives Innovation

This is accomplished through:

  • Messer’s Economic Inclusion Department.
  • Messer’s Supplier Diversity Leadership Team.
  • Actively engaging qualified suppliers who have the desire to build capacity and human resources.

Supplier Diversity Spend

Results Annual M/WBE Supplier Diversity Spend
Results Percent Spend of Total Purchase
Results Annual Veteran Supplier Diversity Spend

M/WBE Construction Management Partners

Messer has partnered with a number of diverse firms, including: