Given the construction sector’s imminent skills shortage, it's hard to understand why there are still so many barriers for women entering, and remaining, in the industry.
Josh Brickey, a mechanic with Allard Excavation in South Webster Ohio, showed courage, not on a basketball court, football field or fire station, but in a place decidedly less glamorous—on the side of the road.
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Construction has long been a male-dominated industry, but times are changing. New attitudes, new technologies, and new ways of building are creating a construction environment more open to women than ever before. Still, you often … about How to Create a Female-Friendly Culture that Women Want to Join
There’s been a lot of talk recently about women’s participation in the construction industry to help with the lingering labor shortage. Like most things these days though, it’s complicated. One question the industry can’t avoid … about What Does Future Hold for Women in Construction?
Athena Chiera quite literally grew up on jobsites, but she never planned to go into the family construction business. After graduating from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California, where she majored in government and legal … about The Foundation of a Woman-Owned Business
Since many construction companies typically have more than one job underway simultaneously, it can create logistical nightmares for the accounting teams who need to manage, coordinate, and divvy up the funds necessary for each individual … about How to Manage Entire Construction Budgets Without the Nightmare