IBG Intern Rewarded NAMC Scholarship

IBG is proud to announce their intern, Cecilie Davis, was awarded the National Association of Minority Contractors Scholarship for 2011.

Cecilie Davis, 2011 NAMC Scholarship Recipient

This award is given based on a worthy candidate who is an exceptional college student that exemplifies outstanding qualities in the construction field.Cecilie Davis, a Senior Construction Engineering Student at Florida A&M University has been interning with IBG for the past four years. She states, “The National Association of Minority Contractors is a great organization that allows minority contractors to network, impact the community, and develop professionally. “

The NAMC banquet is an annual gathering where all minority contractors come together for food and recognition.  Numerous rewards are given out to deserving candidates in the appropriate fields.When asked how IBG has helped with your goals and aspirations Davis responded with, “IBG has been a great company to intern for! I have learned so much, met so many people, and gained so many mentors working at IBG. The experience that I have gained has is phenomenal and I have grown mentally and professionally.”

Ms. Davis ultimate goal is to own her own construction company one day. “I love the construction industry and I am always
thinking of ways that it can be improved. I would like to gain as much experience as possible before I start my company.”




Intern Cecilie Davis along with Atlanta Public Schools Chair, Brenda Muhammad, and Mayor Kasim Reed









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