The National Association of Women in Construction is a not-for-profit organization which promotes women's advancement and growth in the construction industry through education, support and community involvement. Please explore our website to learn more about the Eugene Oregon chapter of NAWIC.
The National Association of Women in Construction was established in 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas. NAWIC originally began as women in construction of Fort Worth. It was founded in 1953 by 16 women working in the construction industry. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network that was strongly supported by their bosses and male counterparts. It was so successful that it gained national status a mere two years later.
Currently NAWIC has approximately 1277 chapters in almost every U.S. State with International affiliation agreements with Canadian Association of Women in Construction, NAWIC-Australia, NAWIC-New Zealand, NAWIC-United Kingdom, and South African Women in Construction (SAWIC). Since its national charter in 1955, NAWIC has advanced the causes of all women in construction whose careers range from the skilled trades to business ownership.
|6/12/19||NAWIC Tour & Membership Meeting||Seneca Sawmill, Eugene, OR|
|6/13/19||Trio & Trio Stem Achievement Celebration||Lane Loghouse, LCC, Eugene, OR|
|8/21/19- 8/24-19||NAWIC Annual Conference||Atlanta, GA|
|9/13/19||NAWIC Golf Tournament||Diamond Woods, Monroe, OR|
Welcome to the Eugene Chapter of NAWIC
Eugene Chapter #77 Officers & Directors 2017-2018
President: Kay Ewalt
Vice President: Cary Kuvaas
Secretary: Lillian Vaughan-Lemhouse
Treasurer: Diana Corbin
Past President: Robin Langkamp, CIT
Board of Directors: Sherry Barrett, Cassandra Dare, Janet Turner
President Kay Ewalt
NAWIC ~ MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING
NAWIC's June meeting is Wednesday, the 12th and we will be having a tour of Seneca Sawmill's Cogeneration Facility. Cogeneration is renewal energy and it allows Seneca Sawmill to discontinue it's use of natural gas, fossil fuel which significantly reduces carbon emisions. Please join us for this informative tour and learn more about cogeneration.
Guests are are invited to attend.Please join us, meet our members and learn about NAWIC. Click on "NAWIC Tour & Membership Meeting" on left to RSVP and for complete information.
Anderson Construction Company
Balanced Electric, Inc
Builders Electric, Inc.
Double Eagle Design & Construction
Edge Construction Supply
Evergreen Engineering, Inc.
Farwest Steel, Corp.
FEI Testing & Inspection, Inc.
Gary Pierce Painiting, Inc.
Hershner Hunter Attorneys
Janet Turner Engineering, LLC (JTE)
Jones & Roth PC
New Way Electric, Inc.
Robertson Sherwood Architect PC
SelectTemp Employment Services
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Twin Rivers Plumbing, Inc.
WW NDT Services Inc. & Welding School