“IMAGE OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION” – Engaging the next generation through the diversity of women and roles they work in – NAWIC

On Friday 6th April,  30 female members of the St. John’s Wood Square design team met on site in the Riding School for a group photo as part of the NAWIC’s “Image of Women in Construction” project.

The aim of the project is to capture the face of the women who are working in the British construction industry showing the diversity of women, ages, variety of professions, and roles as well as the audacity and strength of those women in order to inspire others to join the industry, showing the younger generation that construction can be an excellent career choice.

ASD were pleased to have representation within this group by Megan who was photographed alongside project team members from EPR Architects, Craigewan, Wilkinson Eyre, Squires and Partners, Lendlease and Hurley Palmer Flatt by the project photographer Morley von Steinburg

Andy Sturgeon Design - Women in Construction - NAWIC

Further information about the Women in Construction Project can be found at:

https://www.instagram.com/nawicldn/

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/imageofwomeninconstruction/

https://www.nawic.co.uk/index.php/nawic-london-south-east-news/401-the-face-of-construction-2

https://www.architecture.com/knowledge-and-resources/knowledge-landing-page/from-bim-to-boardroom-women-networks