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Empowering women in construction

04 December, 2022

It’s no secret that a big goal in our industry is increasing female participation in the construction industry. The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is one of the biggest advocates in this space, establishing multiple policies and goals, with the overarching goal of ‘An equitable construction industry where women fully participate.’    

NAWIC is just one example though. The Victorian Government has committed to achieving gender equality in the workplace and developed a Women in Construction Strategy to help accomplish this.

Two of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are gender equality and women’s empowerment and as construction remains male-dominated, it’s a big piece of the puzzle achieving these goals.

Empowering women to discover and build a career in construction is something we advocate for at Struber.

We’re female-led and have an 80% female workforce. We take on the responsibility of leading the charge by improving and promoting the experiences of women at Struber.

As one of the biggest barriers in our industry is spreading awareness of the potential this industry of ours has,    we’ll be covering this topic more extensively through more content in the future, keeping the discourse going and unpacking it further.

We can work with you to break down barriers and build stronger gender-balanced workforces to find modern ways to prosper and deliver success.

Together, we can have a bright impact on the future of women in the construction industry.


Learn more about the initiatives and goals mentioned here:

The UN’s 17 goals

Victoria's Women in Construction Strategy

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