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Women in Construction

Women represent only 9% of the construction industry, yet the industry faces a skilled labor shortage. These jobs are not only in demand, but offer a long-lasting career to those who work hard to pursue it. Focusing on recruiting women, who will bring a diverse set of skills, to the construction industry is a win-win for all.

Madison Jackson, a full-time college student at Louisiana State University, is gaining professional experience of comprehensive construction management including billings,...
The number of women in the U.S. construction industry is on the rise. From apprentices to craft professionals, estimators and executives, women are represented in all facets of...
The following blog post was written by Grace Johnson, Safety Advisor at MAREK's Houston location.I was recently given the opportunity by MAREK, along with one of our Field Foreman...
Construction isn't just for the guys. In fact, one of the most pervasive myths that we hear all the time here at Construction Citizen is that women are somehow not welcome in the...
HOUSTON – Construction Career Collaborative (C3), is excited to announce WECan, a construction camp for girls, offered in conjunction with National Association of Women in...
Recruiting, educating and upskilling our workforce is a cornerstone of the U.S. construction industry, and an essential component to supporting our most important asset—our people...
In an effort to inspire an interest in young women to consider a career in the construction industry, the Construction & Maintenance Education Foundation (CMEF), the...
Elizabeth McPherson had an opportunity to visit the jobsite of the new Memorial Hermann patient care tower in the Texas Medical Center, where she spoke with MAREK foreman Gloria...
The number of women in the U.S. construction industry is on the rise. From apprentices to craft professionals, estimators and executives, women are represented in all facets of...