1 February 2016
The report includes data on the diversity of built environment professional services with case studies from RICS, RIBA, Lendlease, Network Rail and many others.
Part 2 of this article provides an overview of the careers of two pioneering women in engineering who could be considered candidates as the 'first woman members' of the Institution, Florence Taylor and Mary Irvine.
This article gives an overview of the careers of several pioneering women in the civil and structural engineering fields over the past 200 years.
Margaret Cooke considers what the structural engineering profession can learn from other sectors to create a culture where women and men can flourish equally at work.