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PTG holds a nationwide seal of approval, participation in multiple Fortune 500 mentor protégé programs and our many minority certifications. This, along with our brilliant 40-year reputation, means our clients and partners receive impeccable service while at the same time meeting diversity goals


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All PTG employees are trained to ensure that our Quality Management System is maintained and uniformly applied across all processes. By meeting such a high quality standard, PTG can assure clients of a consistent level of excellence in both our performance and delivery.

Our business processes have benefited from our participation in multiple mentor protégé programs. Through these powerful relationships, PTG continues to adhere to best practices methodologies and facilitate our continued success and growth. Based on our ability to perform, PTG is consistently chosen as a diversity partner by distinguished Fortune 500 firms such as IBM, Deloitte, and Lockheed Martin.

PTG's certifications easily fulfill existing requirements and we are easily able to add any jurisdiction.  Below is a sampling of our diversity certifications:


  • Small Disadvantaged Business



  • Austin Community College (SLBE)

  • City of Austin (MBE)

  • City of Houston (MBE)

  • City of Houston (DBE)

  • Houston Minority Supplier Development Council (HMSDC/NMSDC) 

  • Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority (SBE)

  • South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA-MBE) 

  • North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA- MBE) 

  • Port of Houston Authority (SBE) 



  • CALTRANS (California DOT)/CAUCP (DBE)

  • California PUC – Supplier Clearinghouse (MBE)

  • Georgia DOT/MARTA (DBE)

  • Illinois DOT (DBE)

  • State of Illinois (BEP)

  • Iowa DOT/IAUCP (DBE)

  • Maryland DOT (MBE)

  • State of Massachusetts SDO (MBE)

  • Minnesota DOT/MNUCP (DBE)

  • State of Missouri (MBE)

  • North Carolina DOT (DBE)

  • New York State (MBE)

  • Pennsylvania DOT/PAUCP (DBE)

  • State of Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)

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