Women in Construction celebrates the history and empowerment of women and their impact on the industry.
As a fast moving industry, we're all constantly focused on moving forward. And that's what Women in Construction is all about. We're working to put more boots on the ground to increase our labor pool and advance our industry. Together we can open doors for everyone.
Make construction a global leader in workforce equality.
Create a framework for a diverse workforce and drive action behind conversation.
Connect, network, and build relationships with individuals looking to enable women in construction.
Build the business case and share best practices for increasing the presence of women in construction.
Provide tools and resources for individuals and companies looking to change their thinking, discover new talent, and create a better company culture.
Hear from top industry experts through our database of articles and webinars, or attend a live event.
With over 2.5 million Procore users and 4500 companies, connect with like-minded people around the world through events, emails, webinars, Jobsite, and more.
Attend our Empower Series—a Procore-hosted event uniquely dedicated to advancing women in construction, or check out one of the several conferences we support and attend throughout the year.
"By empowering women, we're changing the industry's culture. We're a backwards industry in more ways than one, and I'm proud to be part of the movement of change."
"Once all team members are valued, regardless of role or gender, the company as a whole will function as a team, leading to less mistakes, shorter lead times, and overall lower costs."
"In the long run, this initiative should help discover, educate, and inspire female construction talent that is still unearthed. Great talent always helps the bottom line."
"I would love to see more women in the construction industry—for women to feel like they are welcome to hold any position in this industry and excel at it."
KD Construction of Florida
"What excites me most about empowering women in construction is getting rid of the idea that construction is a man's industry."