Professional Women in Construction
About This Event
Today, technology is influencing so many aspects of the construction industry. Its deeply ingrained in all stages, from the moment a concept is designed to the day-to-day execution on a construction site. Mobile collaboration, drones, wearables, & even virtual reality are some of the technologies that are aiming to change this traditional industry.
These emerging technologies are enabling the construction industry to build safer & smarter than ever before through real-time, actionable data & information that can mitigate operational risks. Whats more, connecting various project stakeholders is helping to streamline communication & improve accountability from the jobsite all the way up to the corporate office.
We will hear from experts in the construction tech space, developers, contractors & safety leaders who will discuss how technology has changed the industry & some of the trends that theyre excited to see adopted.
- 6:30-6:45pm - Networking
- 6:45-7:45pm - Panel
- 7:45-8:30pm - Q&A & Networking
About the Panelists
Director of Customer Success,
Marielle works as the Director of Customer Success at Fieldwire, helping clients be the most productive they can on their construction job sites. After graduating from Stanford with a Master's degree in Construction Management (with a focus in sustainability) & a B.S. in Civil Engineering, she worked at Pankow Builders for several years. At Pankow, she worked on net zero energy buildings, schools, & with the city of San Francisco, as an Assistant Project Manager & Field Engineer. She is passionate about lean & green construction, which lead her to joining Fieldwire.
In his role as Sales Manager at Triax Technologies, Phil is helping construction companies build smarter & mitigate safety risks with wearable networked technology. With more than 15 years of experience in the construction space, Phil held a variety of positions prior to joining Triax, ranging from estimator to project manager, at organizations including Turner Construction; Tischler und Sohn; & Fentrend. Phil holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Professional Women in Construction
Chelsea is Executive Director of Professional Women in Construction, the New York & founding Chapter. The mission of PWC is to advance women & minorities in construction & related industries. Chelsea's background is in politics & government. She worked on the 2008 presidential campaign, eventually working at U.S. Department of Transportation in the policy department. Chelsea has her Master of Public Administration from the London School of Economics, with a focus on public management. She believes that technology can, & will, change how we build.
Ana has worked in the architectural & construction industries for the past 28 years. She has primarily worked as a Project Manager. She has managed a variety of project types including governmental buildings, health facilities, educational facilities, federal, & commercial projects in the public & private sectors for new buildings, major & minor alterations projects, infrastructure, capital improvement projects, civil, photovoltaic solar & LEED certification projects.
As Safety Superintendent at Turner Construction, Nick Steinbrick is dedicated to maintaining a safe culture on jobsites. To achieve this, he oversees worker orientation programs & project policies, promotes safe work practices & conditions, & utilizes technology that helps him enforce this. Prior to joining Turner, Nick worked as a drafter at ORiordan Migani Architects & holds a B.S. from Keene State College in Architectural Design & Occupational Environmental Health & Safety.