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ESD Supports PWC Chicago Chapter

ESD recently joined Professional Women in Construction (PWC) as a Corporate A+ member as the group opens its first Midwest chapter.

ESD’s Corporate A+ membership is expected to help PWC Chicago extend its mission to support, advance, and connect women in engineering, construction, architecture, and related fields. Originally founded in 1980on the east coast, PWC opened a Chicago chapter with plans to offer educational and networking events as well as leadership opportunities on member-driven committees for area professionals.

PWC describes itself as a national nonprofit organization to promote business and career development for professional women working in the built environment industry and welcomes all genders in membership who are interested in supporting women in the industry.

Supporting organizations like PWC Chicago demonstrates ESD’s commitment to executing its mission to improve society through the built environment.

For information about ESD and the services it provides, contact Managing Director Tony Kempa.

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