AGC of California, in partnership with the State of California, Los Angeles World Airports, Metropolitan Water District, and Port of Long Beach, will host the California Construction Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center. Attended by more than 1,500 industry professionals, this 2-day exposition will give you the opportunity to build relationships and work with the state's leading government agencies. Interact with more than 25 public agencies and 30 general contractors and primes on pipeline projects.
Join for our 31st Annual Day at the Races benefitting NAWIC Los Angeles' Scholarship fund.
WHAT: Park Entrance | Valet Parking | Access to Carving Station
WHEN: June 3rd, 2017
TIME: Park opens at 10:30am | First Race at 12:30pm
WHERE: Santa Anita Race Track
PRICE: Early Bird: $55 Members | $65 Non-Members
Welcome to CFMA’s 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa! We anticipate not only exceeding attendance records of previous conferences, but also exceeding your expectations with unparalleled education opportunities and a multitude of social and networking experiences. Register early so you will not miss this opportunity to reconnect with peers, make new acquaintances, and gain industry-specific knowledge while building your foundation for success!
Be a part of the movement! Come join women making a difference in the construction industry and WCOE at the Groundbreaking Women in Construction conference in San Francisco, May 2-3 at the San Francisco Park Central!
WCOE CA Chapter President, Brenda Radmacher, and WCOE National Board Members Lorraine D’Angelo and Margery Newman, plus many other esteemed speakers present on key issues on how we can contribute to making it a level playing field for women in construction. Sign up today!
hosted by USGBC-LA
Please join us for a discussion on social justice at the
Los Angeles Women in Green Breakfast
Since November, new fault lines have emerged around a wide range of issues, ranging from labor and development to immigration and healthcare, civil liberties, immigration, climate change and women’s rights. Many of these issues impact women in the green arena both personally and professionally.
Women in the green building movement care about making the world a better place. But what does that really mean and how can we join a broader “movement of movements”? Where are opportunities for us to take the lead, and how can we be good allies to communities that are on the front lines?
Join us as we begin to explore these complex questions with leaders from the LA community in the areas of labor, law and social equity. Hear about the communities they serve, the greatest needs they have, their greatest sources of hope, and how women in green can play a role.
The Women in Construction – West Coast Conference is designed for women in all fields and positions within the construction industry. It provides a forum for women to network, learn, educate, and share ideas. This is a one-of-a-kind conference on the West Coast providing educational panels, professional development, and networking for women in the construction industry. The conference has been planned by women leaders in the construction industry and is scheduled to be an annual event, changing venue locations each year to various western cities. The format of the conference is a one-day program consisting of panels on relevant topics in addition to female keynote speakers sharing their insights as women in the construction industry. This conference is designed to promote and advance women in construction. According to the National Association of Women in Construction, construction-related jobs account for approximately 66% of all jobs in the United States. As of 2006, the construction workforce consisted of 90.4% men and 9.6% women. With women projected to account for 51% of the increase in total labor force growth from 2008-2018, women in the construction industry need to work together to increase the number of women entering the industry and to support the women already in it. The conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to:
F – Form connections
E – Exchange Ideas
M – Manage obstacles
A – Acquire Knowledge
L – Learn from others
E – Expand your toolbox
The concept of a “Women in Construction Conference” was the brainchild of Barbara Werther and Barbara Wagner, and it has developed into a highly successful conference held each year in Washington, D.C. After nine years, that conference continues to grow and demonstrates the interest women have in connecting within the industry.
The seminar features an evening of interactive discussion where the Legal Committee answers YOUR questions. The only legal presentation where you are a player!
AGC Riverside/San Bernardino district board members invite you to attend this popular political luncheon to learn about critical construction issues regarding transportation funding, design-build legislation, environmental issues, and much more from a national, state, and regional perspective.
On Thursday, March 23, join the construction industry's Builders & Shakers for an evening focused on career advancement and personal journeys, followed by cocktails and networking.
Inspired by the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day, #BeBoldForChange, Women In Construction Forum aims to support women in all areas of the construction industry. Experts will discuss their lives, career paths, and how we can work together to create a more inclusive environment in the workforce.
- Carol Bartz, former CEO at Autodesk and Yahoo!, currently on the board at PlanGrid.
- Tracy Young, co-founder and CEO at PlanGrid, the leader in construction software for the field, where she oversees the corporate direction and strategy of the company.
- Whitney Walter, Vice President, Layton Construction. In 2016, Whitney was recognized as a Silicon Valley Woman of Influence, and has just been named one of this month’s ENR Top 20 Under 40.
- Susan Rozakis, Project Executive Lead, leading Google's Bay Area Design & Construction project executive team.
- Jennifer Lauritzen, Project Executive at Swinerton Builders Healthcare, currently working on the Stanford Hospital project.
- Brent Darnell, founder of Brent Darnell International. Brent teaches emotional intelligence to the AEC industry and will engage our audience in a highly interactive, experiential session, and highlight concrete steps everyone can take to overcome biases and promote diversity and inclusion.
This event is open to everyone, regardless of gender. Please share this invitation.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Where every major construction industry is represented amongst 2,500+ exhibitors over 2,500,000 square feet and more than 150 education sessions including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more.
Make your plans to attend the 98th Annual AGC Convention and seize your opportunity to cultivate new ideas and partners, see and hear about the latest in construction innovation, and leave with the tools to accelerate your business to the next level. The 2017 Convention features a packed program focused on sharing solutions from experienced contractors and industry experts on key construction issues, networking events structured so you can make valuable new connections, and opportunities to shape the future of the construction industry and the association. TheAGC Annual Convention is your best opportunity to enhance your business and advance your career.
WCOE members will have a networking/meetup. Contact Linda Clifford.
“WCOE supports AGC and its efforts that it holds to support the construction industry and diversity and inclusion in our industry. Check out events hosted by AGC at the following link: http://www.agc-ca.org/events.aspx”
The focus of WIC Week is to highlight the many contributions of women in the construction industry and provides an occasion for NAWIC’s thousands of members across the country to raise awareness of the opportunities available for women in the construction industry and to emphasize the growing role of women in the industry.
Women Changing the LA Landscape March 7, 8:30am
This program will include a panel discussion from some of the City's leading women on what and how they're doing to change the Los Angeles landscape. Cost: Free.
Groundbreaking Women Luncheon March 9, 10:30am
This program will include a panel discussion with executive women leaders from organizations within the design, engineering and construction disciplines. Cost: $20.
Women Build Metro Annual Summit March 10, 9:00am
The WBM Summit provides women with information about starting a career in the transportation industry. Support by volunteering.