Spotlights

2018 Women in Construction: Andrea Seward, G. Greene Construction Company, Inc.

Why the A/E/C Industry? I became interested in Architecture once reaching high school. But when introduced to the construction classes at Wentworth, I found myself drawn to the actual building, planning and estimating processes rather than the design portion of the project.

2018 Women in Construction: E. Carlie Biron, G. Greene Construction Company, Inc.

Why the A/E/C Industry? I always enjoyed the industry, and thought growing up that I would become an architect, but through the co-op process at Wentworth I found that the general contractors side of the industry was the best combination of everything I enjoyed. 

2018 Women in Construction: Christine Dunn, Sasaki

Name: Christine Dunn Postion: Principal | Architect Company: Sasaki Years in the A/E/C Industry: 25 What associations or organiz...

2018 Women in Construction: Elizabeth von Goeler, Sasaki

Why the A/E/C Industry? Growing up a farm kid we built things all the time, and every summer I had a project. We spent hours building forts and mazes with bales of straw and hay. It was an amazing way to grow up because I quickly learned that you could create something amazing with the things around you.

2018 Women in Construction: Mary Bulso, Daedalus Projects, Inc.

Advice/Keys to Success: My main piece of advice to anyone is to listen. It takes time to understand the process and how the parts come together. Whether you graduated with a formal education or entered the trades directly, there is so much to be learned from your peers.

2018 Women in Construction: Delwyn Williamson, Daedalus Projects, Inc.

Advice/Keys to Success: Always enter the room with a smile. Doing so not only communicates self-confidence and approachability, it sets a good tone for your meeting or day.

2018 Women in Construction: Emily Clark, Chapman Construction/Design Company

Name: Emily Clark Postion: Project Manager Company: Chapman Construction/Design Company Years in the AEC Industry: 6  What ...

2018 Women in Construction: Sarah Hodges, Autodesk

What was your most notable project in 2017? Being that I represent a software company (Autodesk), the most notable work comes from our customers. I am inspired every day by the work that they do. Whether it is a building here down the street from my office in Boston, to one in China ,the work done by our customers continues to stand as examples that inspire others around us. 

2018 Women in Construction: Stacy Roman, Commodore Builders

Advice/Keys to Success: Never stop learning. Never stop asking questions. Never let a road block stop you in your tracks. Learn from your mistakes and always look forward.

2018 Women in Construction: Kseniya Slavsky, Gilbane Building Company

Why choose the A/E/C Industry? A/E/C blends diverse skills and activities within each day. Never boring. The work product is tangible. It’s a team sport.