DIGroup Architecture traces its roots to a group of small firms that banded together to work on school projects at a time when such work was mainly handled by larger competitors. Today, New Brunswick-based DIGroup ranks among the largest minority-owned businesses in the region and has become a significant player in its own right.
For the latest edition of NJBIZ Conversations, Editor Jeff Kanige spoke with Vincent Myers, the firm’s president, about the business, the state of the market and his outlook for 2022. Myers also discussed some of the persistent challenges faced by minority-owned firms.
“Part of it we do take responsibility for — we need to do a better job everybody, needs to do a better job if we’re going to move things forward,” he said. “I can’t just sit back and go ‘where’s all the work? How come I don’t have this and how come I don’t have that?’ We have to go out and we have to get work and we have to let other people know who we are, what we stand for, the work that we’ve done, our reputation and get that message out there.”