As a leading supplier of temporary protection materials to the construction industry, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate International Women’s Day and more specifically, women in construction.
The construction industry is doing well right now and there has been a significant rise in the number of women entering the industry. Many construction companies realise the value of skilled female workers, which is a significant and positive change in attitude over the last decade.
Construction has become significantly more professional in recent years in terms of technology, responsibility and working practices. This positive push in professionalism should be applauded and we believe companies can enhance this by utilising the many skills and diversity women can offer.
So here is our shout out and acknowledgement to all women, including those in construction, on International Women’s Day!
Be inspired and take a leap in to the world of construction.
Did you know?
Women are expected to make up a quarter (26%) of the UK’s construction workforce by 2020.
Sophia Panayi, one of the many celebrated and valued female members of the Protec International Ltd team
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