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Inspiring Women In Construction Awards Finalist

We are delighted that Danica Chambers, MCS’s Assistant Construction Manager has been selected as an ‘Inspiration Leader - Construction’ at the Inspirational Women In Construction & Engineering Awards, organised by Construction News and New Civil Engineer magazines.

 

Dancia joined MCS in 2022 and has been working on various of our sites whilst studying for her BSc (Hons) in Construction Management at the University of Hertfordshire, on a day release basis. 

 

Since 2023 she began managing her own projects, including a major re-roofing project at Thames Ditton Infant School for Surrey County Council; and more recently a CAT A and CAT B office fit out works for Forest Research at Alice Holt, completing 3-weeks early.

 

Tanja Clark, Business Development Manager at MCS, who supported Danica’s entry into the awards, said: “Danica’s knowledge, enthusiasm and dedication is a true asset in our male dominated industry.

 

“Her innovative thinking and collaborative leadership on site is inspiring and I feel that she - as a role model - will inspire the next generation of women to embark on a career in Construction.

 

“It is clear to see that Danica finds working as an Assistant Construction Manager exciting, challenging and one that she relishes.  The infectious and positive energy Danica has when discussing her working life to both colleagues, mentees and work experience pupils from schools and colleges is palpable.

 

“Danica truly embodies the essence of empowerment and change.”

 

Justin Whiteman, Managing Director at MCS, said: “I am delighted that Danica has been selected as a finalist at these prestigious awards, which is testament to her dedication to the industry, hard work and contributions to her fellow colleagues and those considering entering the industry.

 

“We are incredibly proud to have Danica as a part of our team and once again congratulate her on this well-deserved honour and look forward to supporting her continued growth and success at MCS.”




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