The annual Women in Construction (WIC) Week, presented by The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), highlights women as a viable component of the construction industry. Throughout the week of March 7-13, 2021, Madison Area Mechanical and Sheet Metal Contractors Association (MSC) and Madison Association of Plumbing Contractors (MAPC) will be sharing the valuable and essential qualities that women bring to our contractors both in the office and in the field.
Hooper Corporation and General Heating & Air Conditioning recognized a few of the women during Women in Construction Week who are changing the face of the construction industry while raising awareness of the opportunities available in the trades.
As a Safety Observer for Hooper Corporation/Premier Energies, Amy Beach performs field safety audits for their natural gas customers throughout the Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati, and Dayton Ohio territories.
As a Safety Specialist, Sara Farley promotes safety on Hooper job sites for electric power division projects located in Wisconsin, Florida, Indiana and Illinois.
As a Safety Specialist, Melissa Schulz promotes safety on Hooper job sites for mechanical division projects located in Wisconsin.
As a Consulting Utility Arborist for Hooper Corporation, Brie Higdon works in conjunction with utilities, homeowners, and tree crews to ensure adequate clearance for overhead power lines.
As a Project Manager for General Heating & Air Conditioning, Jen Everhart manages the field and project through the construction phase to project completion.