2018 Women in Construction: Sue Muckle, M&A Architectural Preservation Inc.

Why the A/E/C Industry? Architecture enriches our lives, and I love the craftsmanship of preservation 

2018 Women in Construction: Colleen Moore, City Point Partners

Advice/Keys to Success: My keys to success are to go above and beyond what is asked of you and do a good job!  I often ask to take on projects that were outside of my scope of work, but I thought would be a challenge to me and would help me grow professionally.

2018 Women in Construction: Nirva Fereshetian, CBT Architects

If you had a mentor in your career, who was it and what did they teach you? Finding and building a relationship with an experienced and trusted advisor can be challenging. A mentor provides guidance, motivation and emotional support to enable one to achieve or exceed goals and career aspirations.

2018 Women in Construction: Rose Mary Su, Acentech

Name: Rose Mary Su Position: Principal Consultant in Acoustics Company: Acentech Years in the A/E/C Industry: 16 What associatio...

2018 Women in Construction: Ximena Cruz, Bond Brothers

Name: Ximena Cruz Postion: Assistant Project Manager Company: Bond Brothers Years in the A/E/C Industry: 4 What associations or ...

2018 Women in Construction: Heidi Schonland Reid, Timberline Construction Corp.

Why the A/E/C Industry? You are a part of something bigger than yourself. You walk out on to a job site and you feel so little but know that small piece – with the pieces others bring together – make amazing projects possible. 

The First Annual BWiC Inspire Awards

The first Annual BWiC Awards luncheon was held on March 6th at the Seaport Hotel, Lighthouse Ballroom, celebrating the most exemplary women in construction who demonstrated leadership, generosity, innovation, and unwavering commitment to their career, colleagues and industry!

BWiC Mentor of the Year: Jennifer Pinck, Pinck & Co.

In 1998, Jennifer started her own real estate development and project management services firm, Pinck & Co., which provides nonprofits, institutional clients, and public entities with planning, design, construction management, and development consulting services.

BWiC Emerging Leader of the Year: Jane Kaplan Peck, Owner & COO of Kaplan Construction

In October 2014 Jane spearheaded the effort to be certified as a Women Business Enterprise by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Kaplan Construction has since ranked annually as a Top 100 Women-Led Business in Massachusetts by The Commonwealth Institute and a Best Place to Work

BWiC Rising Star of the Year: Carli Cabana, Project Manager at Siena Construction

Carli demonstrates many positive attributes – conscientiousness, initiative, collaborative spirit, a client-first philosophy, and ambitions to benefit the greater good – which are needed to succeed in the construction industry and serve as an example for developing great female leaders.