Coastal Georgia National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) announced the induction of their newest members on Monday, April 28, 2014:
· Candace Forkner, Assistant Project Manager; Pioneer Construction, Inc.
Local Minority Owned General Contractor with 19 years of experience in Commercial Construction. From health care facilities to financial institutions, to manufacturing plants, PIONEER has the construction expertise to successfully complete any project.
· Sherill Robinson, President/CEO; H2RG, Inc.
Certified Telecommunication Installers, Project Managers, Program Managers and Registered Communications Distribution Designers that deliver Information Technology System Services. Our Engineering Division offers turnkey solutions in the areas of Wireless Communication Systems, Information Technology and Cabling Installation. H2RG is a certified Woman-Owned and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).
· Nancy Videon, Owner/CFO; Lowcountry Basement Systems
Lowcountry Basement Systems are the experts in All Things Basementy! Basement Waterproofing (interior/exterior drainage, sump pumps, total basement finishing), Crawl Space Repair (moisture control, vapor barrier, dehumidification, wood rot repair, flood vents), and Foundation Repair (sagging floors, cracked and sinking slabs, bowing walls).
· Debbie Remke, Owner; Low Country Permit Expeditors
Permit Expediting is a service used by architects, general contractors, developers, or individuals to smooth the process and time needed to obtain any type of permit. By engaging a local Permit Expeditor, they bridge the gap of uncertainty and put the permitting process in the hands of a local person familiar with inspectors, drawing requirements, local regulations, local permitting processes, and submission requirements. This reduces the length of time needed to obtain a permit.
· Kathy Marshall, National Document Coord.; McGraw Hill Construction Dodge Reports
McGraw Hill Construction/ Dodge Reports is a construction news information service that focuses on construction intelligence that is needed to obtain viable job leads for you in your area. We are a global company, reporting on construction news from the earliest pre-design reports all the way to contract awards. During the bidding and negotiating stages make every effort to display plans and specs available on our secure network for viewing.
· Tawny D. Mack, Associate Attorney; McCorkle & Johnson, LLP
Located in historic downtown Savannah, Georgia, McCorkle & Johnson, LLP has been providing quality legal services to its clients in Georgia and South Carolina since 1980. Ms. Mack is primarily engaged in McCorkle & Johnson’s commercial litigation practice, with an emphasis on construction law and employment law
· Anne Marie Jones, Vice President, Relationship Manager; First Citizens Bank
First Citizens Bank offers a wide range of banking services for individuals and businesses. We have a team of individuals dedicated to finding the best banking solution for your individual or business need, from checking accounts, commercial loans and leasing, to wealth management and investment services. First Citizens can offer the products and services of a large institution while maintaining a focus on competent and personal attention to customers' needs
If you are a woman who works in a construction related industry, NAWIC is an outstanding opportunity that provides unlimited value for both you and your company. Chapter involvement yields opportunities in networking, personal and professional growth, and community outreach.
The National Association of Women in Construction was founded in 1955 in Fort Worth, Texas. NAWIC has over 7,000 members in 238 chapters. NAWIC is an international association of women employed in the construction industry which supports that industry and the advancement of women within it. The core purpose of NAWIC is to enhance the success of women in the construction industry.