Women’s History Month: Their Impact and Our Support

Celebrating Women’s Contributions

This month, ICG proudly joins the celebration of Women’s History Month, recognizing the invaluable contributions of women throughout history and in shaping the world we live in today.

Empowering Women in Construction: A Commitment to Inclusivity

Women are not just integral; they’re essential at ICG. From Executive Vice President roles to Superintendents, Machine Operators, Material Handlers, CDL Drivers, Support Staff and more, women are at the heart of our team, culture, and operations. We believe that a role is defined not by gender, but by the quality of work, work ethic, and the drive to propel our entire team forward that every individual brings to work every day.

Moreover, as a subsidiary of PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), we’re part of a larger movement empowering women in the construction industry. PulteGroup has been named one of the nation’s Best Workplaces for Women™ for the fourth consecutive year by Great Place To Work® and Fortune®. Their commitment to creating an inclusive environment where women can thrive is evident in their workforce representation and initiatives like the Women’s Interest Network (WIN). We’re proud to be aligned with PulteGroup’s vision of fostering diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. Read more about PulteGroup’s dedication to empowering women here.

Women in Construction: Breaking Barriers

In the construction industry, women have long been underrepresented, comprising only a small fraction of the workforce. Despite this, their impact is profound, bringing unique perspectives and skills to the table. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we recognize the trailblazing women who have paved the way in construction and continue to break barriers today.

Challenges and Opportunities

While progress has been made, significant challenges remain, including pay gaps, gender discrimination, and a lack of female leadership. However, research shows that gender-diverse companies outperform their counterparts, highlighting the untapped potential of women in construction.

Join the Conversation

We invite our team members, customers, prospects, and industry peers to join us for this important conversation. Together, we can champion gender equality and create a more inclusive and diverse construction industry. Let’s work together to build a brighter future for all.

Article content sourced from: Construct Connect by: Matt Strazza