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Women in Construction -- 2023

A Special Feature of DJC.COM
March 6, 2023



By DARLENE SEPTELKA and LINGZI WU
University of Washington

As the industry celebrates Women in Construction Week, its a great time for us to reflect on the progress that has been made to date and look ahead to what needs to be done to continue advancing the representation and participation of women in our industry.

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By JOURNAL STAFF

The Puget Sound Chapter of the National Association for Women in Construction is marking the 25th Annual Women in Construction Week with five events planned over five days.

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By LISA POOLE
LinkMe

The Puget Sound regions construction industry in many ways on the forefront when it comes to innovation is missing out on an opportunity to lead the country when it comes to promoting women in leadership roles.

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By JESSICA CHRISTOPHER
Skanska USA

Skanska Womens Network empowers women throughout the construction industry.

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By DARLENE SEPTELKA
University of Washington

National Women in Construction Week is celebrated on the first full week of March. The annual recognition of the 10.9% of women in the construction industry serves an important purpose: To celebrate and raise awareness of womens contributions to this male-dominated industry. The four women highlighted below represent a combined 81 years of experience and are eager to offer their advice as role models for the next generation of women who will join this incredible industry.

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