Ada resident honored for business acumen

Submitted photo. Pictured are Lahn Horton, Deemah Ramadan, Josh Travis, and Frey Radfar.

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has once again recognized DBG Construction as a Metro 50 honoree. This is the sixth time since 2007 that DBG, a woman-owned small business, has earned the award.

DBG Construction is a full-service general contracting and facilities maintenance firm. Since 2007, the company’s founders, Deemah Ramadan and Frey Radfar, have worked diligently to set a new benchmark for contractors in the commercial construction industry.

The company has received numerous awards and recognition for its rapid growth and success. This includes the current Metro 50 award, as well as multiple awards from Inc. 500/5000 and ICIC 100.

“Our mission” says Ramadan, “is to bring teams together to build better projects faster than any other general contractor, and our higher purpose is to make a contribution to the world by providing an experience that inspires and delights our community.”

This commitment to excellence has earned DBG Construction recognition as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies.

DBG Construction has completed major construction projects for clients that include Chase Bank, the Oklahoma City Thunder, Moore Public Schools, and Dunlap Codding Law Firm. This year, the business is on track to tackle multiple large projects for both new and repeat clients.

Besides achieving positive growth in revenue, DBG Construction demonstrated significant growth in the number of employees, creativity and entrepreneurship, and business development through the expansion of facilities and markets.

Deemah Ramadan was born and raised in Ada and is a graduate of Ada High School. Her parents, Dr. Tawfik and Siham Ramadan, still reside in Ada today. Ms. Ramadan and her family are long-time contributors to East Central University and will always call Ada their home.