Who attends and why?

Who will attend?

The Women in Construction Summit 2024 is designed for construction and infrastructure professionals. If you’re working in or have an interest in the future of construction and are looking to grow your leadership abilities, project management skills, update your knowledge of the latest trends and developments in the industry, and be inspired by those who are blazing the trail – this unique and focused event is tailormade for you.

The Women in Construction Summit 2024 is designed to bring together current and future leaders in construction and infrastructure holding a senior or emerging role who want to elevate their skills and develop their knowledge across the key issues impacting the sector.

Attendees will include, but are not limited to:

From construction areas/industries including:

  • Residential / real estate development
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Infrastructure / government
  • Heavy construction
  • Environmental / green building / sustainability
  • Demolition / deconstruction
  • Architectural services / design
  • Renovation
  • Equipment / materials


Learn how to conquer bias, improve your health & wellbeing, and create positive change with guidance from NAWIC, Bouygues & Mirvac
Chart your career path in construction with tips for navigating a male-dominated industry
Build your risk and project management toolkit with strategies from Multiplex & Richard Crookes
Hear how Acciona, Kane Constructions & Infrastructure NSW are solving the skills shortage
Elevate your leadership by gaining skills to achieve your career goals and strengthen your organisation
Explore the tech and sustainability trends that will impact you & your organisation with updates from John Holland and Built
Participate in open and honest discussions with CPB, Roberts Co, Buildcorp & Metro Trains Melbourne on how men and women must work together to drive change
Strengthen your professional network by connecting with experienced, authentic & engaging leaders who can help you achieve your potential