The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

NAWIC is an international organisation of women working in the construction industry.

Our members include architects, lawyers, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers and others working both directly in the industry and providing services to the industry. We organise events such as site visits, legal seminars, workshops and industry related events where our members have the opportunity of meeting and forming relationships with other professionals working within the industry.

NAWIC History

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) began its existence in Texas in 1955. It was founded to provide a support network to the female in the construction industry and has developed into a global organisation with over 6,000 members worldwide in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

NAWIC UK and Ireland is a Not-For-Profit organisation divided into six separate regions: Ireland, London and South East, Midlands, North East, Scotland and Southwest and Wales. Each region is represented at national level but run on a day to day basis by local committees.

NAWIC encourages individuals to pursue, establish and sustain successful careers in the Construction Industry. We aim to promote the positives in the Construction Industry as a whole and to highlight the fantastic work carried out by professionals working within.

We organise regular events across the regions focusing on:

  • Networking
  • Education
  • Site Visits
  • Skills
  • Mentoring