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THE CES SHE TEAM: Celebrating Women in Construction

As a company committed to diversity, inclusion, and the advancement of women in the construction industry, Comprehensive Energy Services was proud to recently highlight our

SHE TEAM in Orange Appeal during Women in Construction Week and Women’s History Month.

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“THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION (NAWIC) presents Women in Construction Week, March 3-9, which celebrates and promotes the role of women in the construction industry. The NAWIC spearheads this celebration each year from the national level to the local regional chapters through various student programs, job site tours, professional development, as well as education membership meetings, and virtual events. “Our local chapter is one of the largest in the country. We have several active committees, including mentorship and a Block children’s event, a Lego building competition, and then we have the full week in March. Every region and chapter really focuses on what NAWIC puts out each year, and this year’s theme is The Keys to Your Future. We also have a construction career camp, a weeklong free camp for high school-aged females,” says Kristin Andreasen, immediate past president, NAWIC, and project manager, Charles Perry Partners, Inc. Locally owned Comprehensive Energy Services celebrates Women in Construction Week as a key driving force in shaping the future of the industry. The CES SHE TEAM starts at the top with co-owner and founder Shelly Morgan and is present within its upper management, project teams, service managers, and field personnel. “We are honored to be at the forefront of equal opportunity and are beyond proud to be a revolutionizing leader within the Central Florida community and the state. Across our four branches, CES focuses on our SHE TEAM to allow every opportunity possible for growth, leadership, and sustainability. We have been family-owned and operated since my husband, Todd, and I started it in 1992. Fast forward to the present day, and we currently have 40+ women across our construction and service divisions,” Shelly says.”

You can read this entire feature directly from the Orange Appeal March/April digital issue, on pages 26/27 here:


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