Building a better, balanced future in construction

Sweeten connects Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (MWBE) with developers and prime contractors, for major construction projects.

Our unique platform has facilitated thousands of successful construction projects since 2011. We combine industry expertise, sophisticated algorithms, and a robust database of certification records.

Just a few of the many Minority and Women contracting firm owners in the Sweeten Network

Why Sweeten is unique

  • Database of aggregated & verified MWBE companies
  • Automated data collection & tracking
  • Real-time reporting & predictive analytics
  • Intuitively designed platform
  • Accurate algorithmic matching
  • Convenient mobile application

Our platform gives everyone the tools they need to get to work—on the real work

For Prime Contractors

A thorough, searchable, digital database providing up-to-date and verified information on Minority and Women-owned companies.

For Municipalities

Clear, accurate tracking and reporting of Minority and Women owned-companies, using several key performance indicators.

For MWBE Companies

Unprecedented access to growth opportunities, including public works contracts in your communities.

What our MWBE contractor partners say about us

$386KAvg. project value

“With Sweeten, I can see multi-million dollar jobs as well as smaller jobs if I need to fill in my schedule. Clients share valuable feedback with [Sweeten] that they can in turn share with me to help my company grow.”

LeahSweeten Contractor since 2017
5Avg. jobs/year

“Sweeten’s app and website are easy to use, and it’s easy to accept leads. We enjoy the account manager relationship.”

Maisha & SaladinSweeten Contractors since 2018

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Minority and Women-owned companies

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Prime Contractors

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Municipalities

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