AECOM Project Manager Esmerelda Ellis and Regional Director Mary-Ann Clarke are among finalists for the WICE Awards


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Talented AECOM women in STEM named as WICE Awards finalists

Talented AECOM women in STEM named as WICE Awards finalists

 March 29, 2021

​The European Women In Construction & Engineering (WICE) Awards aims to encourage women to work in STEM industries. The awards elevate important role models for women who may be considering a career in construction and engineering, while calling on companies to hire and train further women in STEM. 

Two AECOM women, Esmerelda Ellis and Mary-Ann Clarke, have been named as WICE Awards finalists. 


AECOM Project Manager Esmerelda Ellis is a WICE finalist

Based in the Netherlands, Esmerelda Ellis is a Project Manager in construction services at AECOM. She is among the WICE Awards's Project Manager finalists. 

Esmerelda studied at the University of South Africa and is a certified Project Management Professional awarded by the Project Management Institute.


AECOM Electrical & Mechanical Engineer Mary-Ann Clarke is a WICE finalist

Mary-Ann Clarke AECOM

Meanwhile, UK-based AECOM Regional Director Mary-Ann Clarke has been named an Electrical & Mechanical Engineer finalist. 

Mary-Ann is also the Chair for CIBSE HVAC Group and a graduate from Brunel University.


Join talented women like Esmerelda and Mary-Ann at AECOM

Clients in every region of the world turn to AECOM to solve their toughest engineering and construction challenges: the longest bridges, the most energy-efficient buildings, the deepest tunnels, the cleanest energy plants, the most sensitive and secure facilities.

Want to work on exciting challenges like these and be eligible for prestigious awards like the WICE Awards?

Then search the many exciting jobs with AECOM.

 

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