We are delighted that our Sustainability Associate, Anastasia Stella, has been named as a finalist for the upcoming European Women In Construction & Engineering Awards (WICE Awards).
Recognising her central role in developing Waterman’s Materials Passports initiative, Anastasia joins fellow leading female innovators from across our industry in the hugely competitive Digital Innovation category.
Since launching in 2015, the European WICE Awards aim to make the construction and engineering industries more enticing to women by helping create role models for those considering a career in these sectors, whilst also encouraging companies to employ and train more women. They celebrate excellence and champion innovation, highlighting the key role women play in designing and delivering the built environment of tomorrow.
Award winners will be announced at a gala dinner in London on 25 May. To view the full list of finalists, click here.
To learn more about Materials Passports, click here to read our feature article.