Spotlights

2021 Women in Construction: Sandy Kane, Marketing Manager, Acentech

What are you most looking forward to post-pandemic? The last 12 months I’ve been more diligent about trying to expand my AEC network. “We’re all in this together” has never felt more urgent, or more real.

2021 Women in Construction: Sasha Rozynova, Consultant, Acentech

What was your greatest professional achievement or most notable project in the last 12 months? I’m working with the Acentech team on the Boston University Center for Computing and Data Sciences

2021 Women in Construction: Maribella Buccella, Operations Manager, WoodCraft Millwork

How have you adapted and changed in the last 12 months? In the last 12 months, while many have been working from home or not working at all, I have been lucky enough to continue to work with some minor changes. More cleaning, masks,

2021 Women in Construction: Urshula Patel, President and CEO, Lake Contracting, Inc.

What steps have you taken to ensure the continued success of your firm? The success of our firm is based on our relationships with our clients and subcontractors/suppliers, our incredible team members within our firm

2021 Women in Construction: Katherynne Andujar, Assistant Project Manager, Lake Contracting, Inc.

What are you most looking forward to post-pandemic? I am looking forward to going to the field more and visiting job sites. I enjoy seeing the progress of projects from beginning to end.

2021 Women in Construction: Stephanie Mellor, Senior Project Manager, Lake Contracting, Inc.

What was your greatest professional achievement or most notable project in the last 12 months? I am very proud of a recently completed 34,000 s/f interior office renovation for a multinational engineering and design firm

2021 Women in Construction: Natasha Michelson, Human Resources Administrator, Hutter Construction Corp.

How have you adapted and changed in the last 12 months? The construction industry has adapted to a dramatically changing atmosphere affecting day-to-day construction operations. First and foremost, safety is and always should be the number one priority

2021 Women in Construction: Holly Demers, Senior Project Manager, Colliers Project Leaders

How have you adapted and changed in the last 12 months? As this last year has unfolded and the challenges have presented themselves, there have been both positive and negative outcomes in adapting to its trials.

2021 Women in Construction: Teresa Wilson, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, Fitwel Ambassador, Director, Colliers Project Leaders

Why should women consider a career in the A/E/C industry? A career in the A/E/C industry provides multiple opportunities to discover different facets of your profession that you might not have been exposed to during your education

2021 Women in Construction: Kaylee Pingree, Project Accountant, Jewett Construction

How have you adapted and changed in the last 12 months? In the past 12 months I went from a sports company focused on retail, to fiber optic communication cable manufacturing, and then finally landed in construction.