WISE Women in Structural Engineering

Meet with like-minded women
Develop mutually beneficial relationships with professional women and leverage these connections to improve the quality of your career.

Provide value to your network
Ensure a high quality experience for the whole network by providing feedback and suggestions.

Build industry engagement
Help to encourage and support younger women in the structural engineering profession and work towards retaining women in the industry

Work with the construction industry
Build opportunities with women in the wider construction industry to promote collaboration and excellence.

Discussion Groups
Informal discussion based events where you join conversations about current issues that are specific to women in structural engineering.

International Women’s Day
An ‘Engineering in the Pub’ event that is a panel discussion showcasing the talents of inspiring women in structural engineering and the construction industry.

Networking Events
Regular presentations and social events curated specifically for our women in engineering network, with a focus on mentoring and overcoming gender-based barriers.

We’re always on the look out for great speakers and interesting topics of relevance for our quarterly discussions.

Please complete the form via button below with any suggestions of topics and speakers.

Incentivising young women
Create opportunities for recruitment and retention of women in the industry

Best Practice
Provide discussion and feedback for the Structural Engineering industry about improvements to procedures, policies and systems that currently present barriers and obstacles for women in the profession.

Safe Space
Be part of a safe communication platform where women can discuss and get support with gender based discrimination, or incidents in the workplace

Tuesday 23 June: WISE Discussion
How has Covid-19 changed the landscape of flexible working arrangements?

This was a great conversation focusing on the challenges women face in regards to flexible working arrangements and being the primary carer of their children. It was wonderful to hear all the stories and shared experiences at this important event. Thank you to our panelists and all who attended.

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We’ll be holding WISE discussion events quarterly so look out for the next one on our events calendar.