Constructech Reveals the 2019 Constructech Women in Construction

CAROL STREAM, IL (STL.News) – Even as the number of women in the construction industry continues to remain at roughly 9%, the women in the space are making some noise, proving they are innovative, passionate, tech-savvy, and working to make the industry a better place. Recognizing these women, Constructech magazine announces the 2019 Women in Construction.

In its fifth year, this list recognizes the women who are the most successful women working within the construction industry, aptly leveraging technology, all while working on some of the most successful projects in the world.

Each year, Constructech magazine receives nearly a hundred nominations, in addition to researching additional women in the space. The winners are then chosen by a group of former winners as well as the editorial team.

“The Women in Construction are true examples of stalwartness in an industry that is primarily dominated by men,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech magazine and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “These forward-thinking women are aspiring for more than just paycheck. What makes them truly stand out is how they inspire all women to persevere and are dedicated to helping the industry thrive as a whole. I am so pleased to be recognizing them for their successes.”

The 2019 Women in Construction are:

Carrie Arnold, Fluor Corp.
Brandi Baldwin, Missouri Dept. of Transportation
Tracy Bell, Tilson
Elizabeth Calder, Suffolk Construction
Adrienne Carlson, Faith Technologies, Inc.
Rebekah Casey, Brasfield & Gorrie
Amanda Comunale, Victaulic
Valan Daniel, Gray Construction
Nicole Darling, Ryan Companies
Sarah Ebeling, CPPI
Dana Erdman, Bulley & Andrews, LLC
Liz Fronduto, Power Design Inc.
Kelsey Gauger, Suffolk Construction
Kally Gibbs, Haskell
Jennifer Giese, Faith Technologies, Inc.
Jackie Guttman, The Ruhlin Co.
Susan Heinking, Pepper Construction
Alloy Kemp, Thornton Tomasetti
Melissa Kershner, Aurora Contractors, Inc.
Mona Kharouba, Suffolk Construction
Courtney King, Ryan Companies
Megan Koch, Marsh Construction
Constance Lai, Grunley Construction Co., Inc.
Jennifer Landau, Landau Building Co.
Pamela Diane Lankford, Eastwood Homes
Allison Lewis, Gray Construction
Ashley Martin, Flintco, LLC
Zoe McBride, Thornton Tomasetti
Nicole McElroy, Leopardo Companies
Rachael Montosi, Kaplan Construction
Kelly Olson, Western States Equipment Co.
Sheryl Palmer, Taylor Morrison, Inc.
Anne Roark, Power Construction, LLC
Gabrielle Robitaille, Flintco, LLC
Gianny Romero, Flintco, LLC
Adrienne Sherwood, Grunley Construction Co., Inc.
Marie Speakman, Suffolk Construction
Kaitlin Veenstra, Ryan Companies
Jarka Vonder, PS&S
Patricia Waller, Gannett Fleming
Debbie Watt, Shawmut Design and Construction
Cristine Winchester, Flintco, LLC
Taylor Wright, T&M Equipment
Julie Wright, Porter Davis Homes
Tamara Yang, Balfour Beatty US
The 2019 Women in Construction winners will be honored at a reception and dinner on Wednesday, August 21 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago in Arlington Heights, Ill, closing the first night of annual the Technology Days Conference. This dinner will also honor the first annual Female Heavy Equipment Operators that were announced earlier this year. The celebratory dinner is designed for attendees to take time out of their busy schedule to honor their colleagues and loved ones for a job well done in the construction industry.

About Constructech

Constructech – fierce advocates for construction. It connects people, equipment, technology, and data. Constructech leads contractors and builders in today’s digital transformation by leveraging information and emerging technologies, connected equipment, and must-have tools at the jobsite.

About Constructech Technology Days

Constructech Technology Days is a two-day conference focusing on the global issues facing the construction industry and building the cities of the future, all while overcoming infrastructure and urbanization challenges with the use of innovative technology solutions.

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