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Three colleagues named in Top 100 Most Influential Women in Construction

The excellent work of three colleagues has landed them a place on the NFB’s inaugural Top 100 Most Influential Women in Construction list, which was announced at an awards ceremony in Manchester.

Executive Assistant Sue Pinder,  Trainee Technician Stacey Clasper and Bid Writer Katie Burnham’s places on the list were confirmed at the ceremony, which was hosted at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel.

Sue, Katie and Stacey were joined at the ceremony by Tony Shaw, Sarah Cookson, Sarah Adams, Sam Dracup, Jack Kidder, Andy Tiplady and Jack Kidder as we sponsored the Unsung Hero award for the North East region.

Sue, Stacey and Katie were joined by colleagues from across the business at the ceremony
We are delighted to have three colleagues on the highly competitive list

The NFB said the ceremony, for which they received over 300 nominations, was ‘aimed at showcasing women in the sector in order to make female and non-binary role models more visible and accessible’.

Upon the shortlist being announced, Tony Shaw, Managing Director said: “Congratulations to Sue, Stacey and Katie for being named in the Top 100 Most Influential Women in Construction list. They should be really proud of this NFB industry recognition, which acknowledges what they have achieved in the important roles they play in our business.”