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Women in Construction Week 2022: Building the Future The Clancy Way

Both in office and in the field, from project administrators, managers, and superintendents to Chief Financial Officer, Clancy & Theys Construction Company recognizes that women have expanding roles in our industry. Today, Clancy & Theys proudly employs 347 full-time team members, 68 of whom are women. That is nearly 20% and well above the industry’s 10% standard.

We owe much of our success to our female employees, some with decades of experience, and others for whom construction is “in their blood.”

With more than 40 years of dedication to Clancy & Theys, Becky Carter, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, is one of our many employees who have had a longer-than-average tenure. “I’ve always loved working with the people I’ve known over the years,” she said. “We share common goals of positive work ethics, helping each other as part of a team, and supporting a healthy balance between our work-life and our home life.”

Jill Stauffer, Corporate Fleet Manager, who has been with the Company for 25 years, added, “I grew up in a family-run millwork company and spent my summers sorting lumber, operating a planer, and making newel posts and pickets. When the opportunity arose to interview with a family-owned construction company, I was thrilled.”

Lisa Snow has seen the changes in the industry through her own career, which began in an administrative capacity and has advanced to her current role of Project Engineer. “Being in a male-dominated industry, I am both surprised and happy about the opportunities and number of women here at Clancy & Theys and throughout the industry.”

As the industry continues to evolve, Clancy & Theys remains committed to providing an inclusive environment that promotes progress and to doing the right thing for our clients, colleagues, and communities in which we serve.