Women have been making inroads into larger roles on construction sites, both as tradespeople and site managers, positions that always seemed a natural fit to Keri Woodring, a project manager with McHugh Construction, who became fascinated with construction at an early age.
But she has met plenty of skepticism along the way, especially near the beginning of her 20-year career in construction.
“When I met people and told them I was in construction, many were like, ‘what, no, why would you do that?’” she said. “That’s changing.”
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