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Call for Nominations: 2015 ARTBA Women Leaders in Transportation Design & Construction Awards

Matt Ball on May 11, 2015 - in People, Transportation

WASHINGTON, May 11, 2015—The American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s (ARTBA) Women Leaders in Transportation Design and Construction (WLTDC) Council is now accepting nominations for its annual awards program, which honors the “extraordinary efforts of individuals, companies and public agencies that have demonstrated leadership and dedication to innovation in the transportation construction field as well as the promotion of women leaders within the industry.”

 Awards are given in three categories:  

  • The Ethel S. Birchland Lifetime Achievement Award: Named after ARTBA’s executive director from the mid-1920s, this award is given to at least one woman who has demonstrated outstanding leadership and long-term service in the industry’s public or private sectors.  
  • The Glass Hammer Award: Honors at least one company in the transportation construction industry that has innovative programs and activities directed at successfully promoting women leaders within their organization.
  • Future Industry Spotlight Award: Recognizes two women students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies at a U.S. college or university who have achieved outstanding academic records and demonstrated extraordinary leadership skills within and outside of the academic environment.

ARTBA membership is not required.  Nomination forms are available under the “Awards & Scholarships” section ofwww.artbatdf.org, and must be received by Aug. 21.  Contact ARTBA’s Kashae Williams at 202-289-4434 or [email protected]with any questions.

Winners will be recognized at a special awards luncheon during ARTBA’s National Convention, to be held September 27-29 in Philadelphia.

Established in 1902, Washington, D.C.-based ARTBA is the “consensus voice” of the U.S. transportation design and construction industry before Congress, the White House, federal agencies, news media and the general public.

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