23 June is International Women in Engineering Day. The day highlights the talents of female engineers and also throws light on engineering as a potential career path for those young women who want to work in the sector but think it might be an exclusively male world.
The leaders and influencers that are making real change happen in the industry.
Bluebeam celebrates the achievements of the Black community in AEC on the day honouring emancipation
Construction workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, a construction technology manager shares the items he can’t live without on the job
The first non-family-member CEO of the 84-year-old contractor shares why she got into construction, the biggest issues facing the industry and the best advice she’s ever received
Here’s how Mina Farmen went from serving customers as a flight attendant on flights throughout Europe to operating a crane on major construction jobsites in the same year
Construction workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, a project superintendent and carpenter shares the items he can’t live without on the job
The 35-year-old welder is using social media to inspire future generations to enter the trade – and to promote her larger ambitions that aim to help the Black community across industries
Construction firms looking for new ways to recruit women might consider return-to-work programs, which have proven effective in other industries at helping women re-enter the workforce
The president of Poteet Construction sees rewarding opportunities for women in construction who develop their skills and deliver quality work
The co-founder and CEO of the owner representation and construction firm discusses how the industry has changed during his nearly 30-year career
Women in Construction Month 2021: More Women Are Working in Construction – But Further Progress Is Needed
Women make up just over half of the UK population, but fewer than one-fifth work in construction. A month dedicated to highlighting women’s contribution to the sector aims to change long-held bias and outdated perceptions.