Grinder, Taber & Grinder has an exemplary track record for completing projects on time and on budget with substantial input from its Minority and Women-Owned Business partners.

GTG is a member of the Mid-South Minority Business Council, working closely with organizations to promote a diverse workforce.

 GTG plaque is top center as founding sponsor of ceed

GTG plaque is top center as founding sponsor of ceed

As a member of the Mid-South Minority Business Council, GTG works closely with the MMBC and other organizations to advertise its projects through the M/WBE Community, ensure that Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE)  partners have adequate time and resources to bid the projects, and gain market share and experience through working with GTG.  Grinder, Taber & Grinder invests its funds in supporting new M/WBE companies as a founding sponsor of the Center for Emerging Entrepreneurial Development (C.E.E.D.) Minority Business Incubator downtown.

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GTG was awarded 2016 MMBC Corporation of the Year.

Brett Grinder, Vice President of GTG, was voted the finalist for the 2008, 2010 and 2011 Robert R. Church Advocate of the year award and featured in Memphis Minority Business Magazine with other award recipients.

MWBE Experience

Crosstown Concourse  /  30%

Graceland West  /  32%

Orion FCU  /  25%

Hattiloo Theatre  /  50%

Hattiloo Expansion  /  38%

Smith & Nephew HQ  /  51%

First TN HQ  /  30%

FedEx HQ  /  27%

Ballet Memphis  /  15%

Blues Foundation  /  26%

Church Health Center  /  38%

Poplar Pyramid  /  45%