Recently, in recognition of Women’s History Month, we’ve highlighted stories we ran in our Women in Construction feature on our social media sites and below we have a video focusing on several remarkable women who have each forged their own path through the Canadian construction industry.
EllisDon project manager Pegah Moghani has 12 years experience in the construction industry and is project manager on the Bentall GreenOak’s 45 Strachan project.
Camille Mitchell is a project architect at Gensler, a 2022 OAA Randy Roberts Service Award winner and a founding member of Building Equality in Architecture Toronto (BEAT).
Tracy Primeau retired from her position as a Bruce Power nuclear plant shift manger after 30 years of experience in the industry and is an Ontario Power Generation (OPG) board member.
Brandi Ferenc is a Southlake Regional Health Centre HVAC Journeyman with 17 years of industry experience and is also a Georgian College HVAC instructor.
Courtney Chard is a mobile welder with Multitech Trades Corp. with 20 years experience and is a UA Local 46 board member.
Jennifer Green is the director of competitions for Skills Ontario and is a skilled trades and women in trades advocate as well as an industrial mechanic millwright.
You can see all these stories and more in our Women in Construction feature series. Enjoy the video!