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The Women in Construction Summit is less than two weeks away

The Women in Construction Summit is less than two weeks away

For those aspiring to position their careers and organisations at the cutting edge of the construction industry, the 2024 Women in Construction Summit offers an invaluable opportunity.

Event overview

Tuesday, 19 March: Conference Day One
Wednesday, 20 March: Conference Day Two
Thursday, 21 March: Post-Conference Masterclass

The event will provide a platform for professionals to hear from inspirational and industry-leading women working at the forefront of construction and infrastructure, from both the public and private sectors. Attendees will gain firsthand insights into game-changing innovations reshaping the construction landscape and understand their implications for both their organisation and personal career trajectory.

The Women in Construction Summit is designed to assist industry professionals in developing strategies to enhance their leadership and project management skills. This, in turn, will empower attendees to improve project outcomes and steadily advance their careers, thereby contributing to the overall success of their organisations.

Day One speaker highlights – 19 March

  • Lyn O’Brien, WA state manager at ADCO Constructions, and director at NAWIC
  • Deborah Cownley, group manager, strategy management at John Holland
  • Pilar Gomez, human resources director at Acciona Australia
  • Eliza Newton, national communications manager at Bouygues Construction Australia
  • Margot Brassil, director, Construction Leadership Group at Infrastructure NSW
  • Naomi Heritage, executive general manager, asset operations and sustainment at McMahon
  • Amy Williams, head of partnerships and strategic growth at Growthbuilt
  • Rebecca Casson, chairperson, Building Industry Consultative Council at the Victorian Government
  • Lisa Martello, director – infrastructure delivery at HKA, and board director and chair of the national diversity and inclusion portfolio at NAWIC

Day Two speaker highlights – 20 March

  • Peter Bennett, chief executive officer at Clough
  • Clare Gallagher, national sustainability manager at Built
  • Matt Bourne, chief executive officer at Roberts Co
  • Dawn Watt, chief executive officer at Coffey Testing
  • Natasha Adamsas, general manager – corporate affairs, communications and brand at CPB Contractors
  • Amy Pitchford, construction manager at Multiplex, and chair of the Building Equality Committee

This unique, one-of-a-kind program is tailormade for women in construction and infrastructure who want to bolster their knowledge, hone their skills, advance their careers, and guide their organisation into the future. Register with VIP code ‘IC15’ to save on registration fees.

For the full speaker line up and details on the event, visit the Women in Construction Summit website.

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