KT&T is Proud to Be a Minority Owned Enterprise


Each state has its own set of guidelines and requirements for working with Minority/Disadvantaged Business Enterprises. In fact, there can be substantial benefits to meeting these diversity goals including federal and state tax incentives, deductions, and rebates. While many minority-owned businesses lack the size and capability to support your objectives, KT&T has the capacity to operate as a prime contractor and are a full-service entity that not only supplies products for a project, but provides services to help you complete the project. KT&T is more than just a distribution company; KT&T offers installation and services that encompass the total project. We want not only to supply your project; we want to install and maintain these projects. We want to be your MBE partner that you turn to again and again for quality work.

Certifications


CAGE Code: 3H8M7

Small Disadvantaged Certified

Certified MBE # 1317

New England Minority Supplier Development Council, Boston Chapter

Rhode Island DOT
Certified DBE

New York State DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

New Hampshire DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

Vermont DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

Massachussetts State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance
Certified DBE/MBE

Maine DOT
Certified DBE/MBE

DBE certification is a Federal designation used in conjunction with US Department of Transportation (US DOT) funded projects and contracts. To qualify as a DBE, the business must be owned and controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged persons as defined by DBE Regulation 49 CFR Parts 23 and 26. The presumption of disadvantage is refutable.



DBE - Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

MBE - Minority Business Enterprise

SDB - Small Disadvantaged Business