Black Women in Construction- Catalyst for Success

Unlocking the New Faces of Construction

Introducing Black Women in Construction 

Together we will :

  1. Showcase the many diverse and beautiful faces of the industry 
  2. Highlight job opportunities, education resources, new  trends and information needed to grow in our industry
  3.  Lose our fears. Gain the faith in ourselves and our skills 


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-Catrina Alexandre


About Us

Who We Are


We want to highlight all black, brown and latina women in construction.We are united in being a catalyst for each others success. 

We are the women who make construction happen. We are the  designers, plumbers, architects, drywall installers, accountants, project managers, interior designers, electricians, and more. Black women in construction are amazing in different roles in the constructicon industry 

Working Together


Black women in construction is  platform for women and men to share knowledge and skills to inspire the others  to venture into different fields while not being ashamed of who they are. A lot of people are like me , they get a job in their field then there is anxiety to venture out to do something that they really love and passionate about. Fear and faith cannot reside in the same heart especially when it comes to new opportunities to grow. Black Women in Construction wants you to grow in your life and career. 

What We Do


Black women in construction are on the forefront of creating great masterpieces . Our talented  past projects include both new construction and repairs/restorations. Occupied and fully operational job sites are never a problem. We are the superintendents, the inspectors and who are managing the job sites. Women who can  plan, manage, and build multi-phase jobs. 

Women who offer an end-to-end client experience that includes seamless communication, budgeting, staffing, on-site organization, and solid, quality work every time. 


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