Women in Construction Week is an annual event that takes place in early March, dedicated to raising awareness of the significant role that women play in construction and the impact they have on the industry. This week serves as an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of women in the workplace.
Although progress has been made in recent years, women still make up only a small fraction of the construction industry workforce, with women representing only 10% of the industry. However, this number is slowly increasing, and we are seeing more women pursuing careers in fields like engineering, project management, and skilled trades.
It's important for companies in the construction industry to recognize the unique challenges that women face and take steps to continue to find new ways to enhance the work environment so everyone has opportunities for growth, development, and overall success.
In the modular building industry, women are making significant contributions across all areas, from design and engineering to project management and construction. As the industry continues to evolve, we believe that providing a level foundation for all employees creates important opportunities for driving innovation and growth.
As we celebrate Women in Construction Week, we encourage all companies in the construction industry to take a moment to recognize the important contributions of women in the industry. By working together, we can continue to build an industry that provides opportunities for everyone to succeed.