When you think of construction workers, you may not think of women. Miron Construction is trying to change that and get more women working in the industry with an event called “Build Like A Girl.” This is the second year of the event. The company is hosting 40 girls from grades 7-10 to teach them about different opportunities within the field and show them they can do it. The Vice President of Miron Human Resources, Dave Walsh said this is an chance for the girls to try something they have never tried before. From concrete pouring to operating the equipment, they will get to try it all. Watch the videos…
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Latest from the Newsroom On Wednesday, June 22, Miron Construction Co., Inc. welcomed 25 female students to its Neenah headquarters for the sixth annual Build Like a Girl event. The day-long program aims to showcase opportunities for women in the construction industry Read More
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