International Women in Engineering Day 2021

This year’s #INWED21 theme is ‘engineering heroes’ which aims to raise the profile of women in engineering and focus attention on career opportunities that are available to women in the construction industry.

Tune in to hear inspiring stories and advice from our engineers and scientists personal experience: Polly Clifton, Rebecca Cadwallader and Ruth Tatanga, as well as insight from the female-led project team behind one of our projects, Warwick Court: Laura Collins (Stanhope), Victoria Caines (Alinea Consulting) and Irene Rodriguez (Mace).

International Women in Engineering Day 2020

We are proud to celebrate the seventh year of International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED20)23 June.

This year’s #INWED20 campaign focusses on the achievements of our inspirational female engineers as part of their #ShapeTheWorld theme. Using selfie cards, people around the world are joining in to celebrate the great things that engineers do, how they shape the world and help make our planet a better, safer, more innovative and exciting place to be.

View our video which features Sam Rogers, Karishma Honap, Georgia Lilley, Anna Bacon, Ellen Smith, Souroni Hazra, Rebecca Cadwallader, Magda Figan, Ruth Tatanga, Charlotte Hitchens and Ruth Bateman to find out what they have to say.

International Women in Engineering Day 2019

We are proud to introduce our latest video and blog campaign as we celebrate the sixth year of International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June.

 

Why not take the opportunity to read their blogs and view their videos below:

  • Impacting people’s lives

    Charlotte Hitchens – Graduate Structures Engineer

    “It is the ability to trust your own judgement that makes a good engineer, although this can be hard in a society that can sometimes tell young women to doubt themselves”

  • Forging a path in to engineering

    Georgia Lilley –  Structures Design Engineer Apprentice

    “I find being a woman in this industry can be advantageous due to initiatives like INWED providing an opportunity for individuals to promote their abilities and achievements”

  • Designing for everyday life

    Joanna Ward – Principal Transport Planner

    “I think it’s really important to keep raising the profile of women in engineering otherwise we are in danger of alienating half the population”

  • Building relationships and celebrating teamwork

    Lara Knapman – Senior Associate Director

    “Gender diversity and equality in the workplace are very important to me and I think INWED is a fantastic initiative which really draws attention to how amazing our careers are”

  • The constant learning curve

    Magdalena Figan – Principal Public Health Engineer

    “World-wide initiatives like International Women in Engineering Day are great because they allow younger women to start taking notice and realise they can be engineers too”

  • From a passion for LEGO to shaping our cityscapes

    Ros Boalch – Associate Director

    “It’s not just about encouraging women to be engineers, it’s about realising that a diversity of views, experience and expertise often gives the best results”