The Women in Construction Technology list is comprised of some of the most successful women working within the construction community who are taking advantage of technology and will represent the largest, most innovative construction companies in the country.
All women within the construction technology field are eligible for this prestigious recognition.
Yes. Public relations firms may aid in the submission.
Yes. You can nominate more than one woman.
There is no entry fee associated with the Women in Construction.
Women are chosen based on involvement with technology, how she has helped the company grow and progress, how she has contributed to the growth of technology in the industry, and how she goes beyond to support other women in the business, technology, or local community.
Constructech magazine publishes print and/or Web articles highlighting the winners. This material is based on the award submission and research conducted by the editors. We recommend you do not submit material that is not for publication, unless noted.
The editors of Constructech evaluate the entries. The judges evaluate each woman, and the panel will determine the winners based on established criteria of the judging panel.
Constructech magazine will contact the person(s) named in the entry by either phone or email. Each entrant is asked to provide individual email addresses and phone numbers to make direct contact.
Constructech magazine will issue a press release, publish an article announcing the winners, and post the company names on its Website.
Yes. All winners are encouraged to send out a press release as the winners are announced. The magazine will grant quotes to a winner for use in their press releases. Constructech requires approval of all press releases containing information and/or quotes pertaining to and/or promotion about its awards program.