Design and Build UK – Women in Construction Awards 2022

Please note: the Deadline for Nominations was 31st March 2022

Welcome to the long overdue Women in Construction Awards 2022. It’s the first of its kind, industry leading and an event not to be missed.

Currently women make up 13% of the construction industry and 1% of site labour. Design and Build UK have been championing women since it was founded in 2010 and now we want to have a night dedicated to them, their companies and the people who support them.

The event will be at Park Plaza, London Riverbank on 2nd September 2022 and we invite you all to nominate anyone who you think is deserving of this award. There are 7 categories to be celebrated:

  • Female Business Owner
  • Female Apprentice
  • Industry Pioneer
  • Male Ally
  • Female on the tools
  • Female Led Project
  • Inclusive Company

This event is not a typical affair – we are all aware of the skills gap shortage and the need to introduce more women into construction, as well as raise awareness of the potential of the industry to greater society. We are donating money raised to the Maggie Oliver Foundation which is a charity supporting women and girls who have suffered sexual and domestic abuse. The money will be used to introduce these women when the time is right to the construction industry, helping them to access a course which we have built with City and Guilds to get them on their first run of the ladder. This is a truly worthwhile cause and event and we encourage the industry to get behind and be part of.

Please nominate yourself, colleagues, friends and family.

Nominate here

Please note: the Deadline for Nominations was 31st March 2022. Although you have missed the deadline for nominations you can still attend the amazing Women in Construction Awards 2022 by booking your ticket from this page.

The Design and Build UK – Women in Construction Awards 2022 will be judged by industry experts from all sectors and demographics, including:

Female on the Tools Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Jarvis

Claire Jarvis

Managing Director
Redrow Homes

WIC Judge Danny

Danny Webb

Director
Webb Electrical Contractors

 

WIC Judge Mica

Mica May

Director
Stopcocks Women Plumbers and Register of Tradeswomen

Female Apprentice Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Naz

Naz Lewis-Humphrey

Industry Manger for Construction | ICAD
City & Guilds | Digitalme | ILM

 

WIC Judge Danny Clarke

Danny Clarke

Commercial Director
National Federation of Builders

 

WIC Judge Anne

Anne Okafor

Construction Planner
Cruden Group

 

Female Business Owner Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Helen

Helen Chorley

Co-founder and Angel investor
Property Sisters & Property Elevator

 

WIC Judge Alistair

Alistair Scott

Managing Director
Integrated Estate Management

 

WIC Judge Carol Massey

Carol Massay

Head of Construction
Access Group

 

Male Ally Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Siu

Siu Mun Li

Head of Temporary Works Engineering
Multiplex Construction Europe

WIC Judge Peter Roscoe

Peter Roscoe

Managing Director
RCK Partners

 

WIC Judge Lorna

Lorna Hagan

Director
Construction Tuition

 

Industry Pioneer Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Stephen

Stephen Slessor

Managing Director
Galliford Try

WIC Judge Hattie

Hattie Hasan MBE

Founder and CEO
Stopcocks Women Plumbers and Register of Tradeswomen

WIC Judge Carol Massey

Lisa Molloy

Director
Strabag

Female Led Project Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Ronnie

Joanne De Laporte

Director
Gleeds

WIC Judge Ronnie

Roni Savage

Managing Director
Jomas Associates

WIC Judge Carol Massey

Melanie Collins

General Manager
Flexigas Eu Ltd

Inclusive Company Award Judges

Sponsored by

WIC Judge Rachael

Rachel Ainscough

Chief Executive
Ainscough Group

WIC Judge Rachael

Martyn Coles

Director
Coles Scaffolding Ltd

WIC Judge Rachael

Luke Cameron

Head of Marketing
BiGDUG

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For any other enquiries please click here to contact Michaela Wain

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The Maggie Oliver Foundation supports survivors of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation to turn the pain of their abuse into power. We shine a light on injustice and give a voice to those so often left powerless, working with trusted media partners when all other routes have failed. Everyone’s experience of sexual abuse is different. Without support, survivors are often isolated and alone, with no knowledge of where to turn for the help and advice they need to begin rebuilding their shattered lives. We provide a safe place for survivors to be heard.

“You are all absolutely fantastic. You shouldn’t be a charity, you should be a national service. You are saving lives”

We provide a legal advocacy service for victims and survivors navigating our opaque criminal justice system, emotional support to adult survivors, and fight for survivors’ rights at local and national levels, raising awareness of child sexual abuse and exploitation and failings by statutory services in investigating, prosecuting and preventing these crimes. Please visit our website www.themaggieoliverfoundation.com to read stories shared by brave survivors and to learn more about our work alongside them.
 

“You have given me a voice to speak out and I want to make a difference because of the suffering I went through.”

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