The Daily Reporter will honor 50 groundbreaking women in construction during its annual awards and networking event on Aug. 17 at Discovery World, 500 North Harbor Drive, Milwaukee.
Women in both field and office roles in the construction industry met at an event featuring AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler.
Women in construction has grown in the past few years, but representation in Wisconsin was still very low.
The Daily Reporter honored 30 visionary women during its fifth annual Women in Construction awards and networking event on Thursday at Discovery World's Pavilion in downtown Milwaukee.
Women in Construction Week 2022, which ran from March 6 to 11, was capped Thursday with a special event at the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 7’s offices in Big Bend.
The good news for women interested in construction is that the industry is more welcoming to them than ever.
Bethany Mayer didn't want to go back to work after learning that a fellow ironworker had insinuated that women like her didn't belong there.
The workplace has been radically changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving a critical gap that must be dealt with during America’s comeback: the mass exodus of women from the American workforce.
A report released Friday finds the share of women working in Milwaukee's construction industry is about half that of the national average.
The Daily Reporter honored 33 Women in Construction during its second annual event on Aug. 19, 2020.
On Thursday, nearly 230 construction professionals attended The Daily Reporter's inaugural Women in the Construction event at Marcus Performing Arts Center in downtown Milwaukee.
Tameeka Gwyn is used to schlepping concrete weighing as much as 60 pounds around a construction site. For Janna Rojas, it's a cinch to carry metal pipes as heavy as 100 pounds going into new plumbing.
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