Leading women’s advocacy organization Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation has announced the planned retirement of architect and innovator Cynthia Phifer Kracauer AIA, the organization’s executive director for the last seven-plus years.
As a Black woman in a traditionally male-dominated field and a leader from a non-construction background, induction to NAC is a testimony to Washington’s extraordinary leadership and innovation in the engineering, design and construction industry.
Beverly Willis FAIA, born February 17, 1928, an American architect who played a major role in the development of many architectural concepts and practices that influenced the design of cities and buildings, died Sunday morning Oct. 1st, in Branford, Connecticut, due to complications of Parkinson’s disease.
S-5! ’s Architectural & National Accounts Director has been awarded the Construction Specifier Institute (CSI) Great Lakes Region President’s Award in recognition of her dedication, hard work and mindfulness to the region.
The camp is a free week-long camp designed for middle and high school age girls to explore the construction trades, architecture, engineering, and construction materials manufacturing through hands-on experiences and field trips.
Founded on a commitment to combat inequality within the architecture, construction and engineering professions, DIGroup Architecture (DIG) is being recognized with NJBIZ’s 2023 Empowering Women Award for its efforts to lead the way in supporting and elevating women.