The Association of Women Contractors (AWC) provides unique support to women business owners in the construction industry. The organization was founded in 1995 by a group of pioneering women who were determined to help other women succeed in a male-dominated industry.

Members of the AWC include women who bid work in the construction industry as general contractors, specialty subcontractors, material suppliers and trucking businesses. As contractors or material suppliers, they are working statewide on residential and commercial projects as vertical contractors, or on transportation related projects building roads, bridges, airports and waterways.

The organization has grown to more than 150 women business owners and associate members since its inception. The current board of directors is committed to developing a professionally managed firm that delivers exceptional value to its members.

AWC Celebrates 20 Years!

 

Our Approach

The organization promotes contract opportunities, monitors legislative issues that impact the industry, and provides a forum for women contractors to network with each other. An emphasis is placed on enhancing the growth and development of the construction industry while providing women business owners with educational and professional resources.

Our Year In Review – 2015

 

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Our Year In Review – 2014

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Association of Women Contractors Annual Report 2014

 Archives

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