Women In Construction

“Diversity isn't a fad,” according to Dr. Charner Rodgers. What does the talent of tomorrow look like, and how can employers create workspaces that reflect that?

This Utah home was built by industry tradeswomen and women-owned companies. Here’s how it breaks the mold of what homebuilding should look like.

Despite the challenges COVID-19 presented, Rice Architecture’s design-build program engaged the community in helping design an energy-efficient Auxiliary ADU.

Jordan Crouse oversees massive multifamily projects with aplomb and a green thumb. Here's her story on industry passion, pains, and shifting perspectives for women in construction.

Rachael Dolecki has spent a decade managing the safety of construction sites. Here's her story on industry passion, pains, and shifting perspectives for women in construction.

Rose Rodriguez turned her love for math and Legos into a fulfilling career in engineering. Here's her story on industry passion, pains, and shifting perspectives for women in construction.

The industry is in dire need for talent. Creating an inclusive culture for women and underrepresented minorities might just be the best chance of closing the gap.

Two organizations join forces to help fill the construction labor gap by means of education and connection.