Written by Phil Steiner, PE, Principal and Managing Director, Altieri I am honored and grateful to be the first male contributor to wom(EN)gineer, a blog in which important conversations are happening. Increasing the number of women in our industry and throwing bright light on their contributions simply makes good sense. Achieving diversity within an organization … More Bringing Men into the Conversation
We officially launched wom(EN)gineer one year ago on June 23, 2022, (which happens to be International Women in Engineering Day – no coincidence here!). This year, to recognize the annual celebration of women in our field as well as our blog’s anniversary, we are reflecting on the success of our blog and a host of other accomplishments … More What a Year!
Written by Angelica Hermanto, PE, LC, LEED AP I recently represented Altieri at the Construction Institute’s 2023 Women Who Build Summit held at UMass Amherst. A special shout-out to Donalee Drohen, Specification Sales at Illuminate, who has been attending the conference for years and recommended we try it out. The 1 ½ day conference kicked off with pre-conference … More 2023 Women Who Build Summit
Hello – my name is Elizabeth Fleming, an Associate Vice President and the Alternative Delivery Resource Manager at Henningson Durham and Richardson (HDR), an engineering and architecture firm based in the U.S. with global offices. I work in our Manhattan office focused on large-scale, complex, alternative delivery projects in the transportation sector. Perhaps you’ve driven … More Sit at the Table
Each of us at Altieri recognizes the power of women and is committed to spotlighting the many contributions women make in our field and to our firm. Altieri Associate, Joe Renzulli, showed his commitment to these efforts by bringing to our attention an article in The Norwalk Hour about Jamila Lindo, civil engineer, Norwalk native, … More Girls Can Be Engineers
Written by Kari Nystrom, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CPHC, Principal I once again had the pleasure of presenting Careers in Architectural Engineering to the students in the Engineering, Architecture, and Design (EAD) program at School of the Holy Child, an all-girls school in Rye, New York. EAD at Holy Child is a fantastic program that combines the … More Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
Written by Campbell Nystrom, 2022 Altieri Intern I vividly remember sitting in my room with my laptop, nervously pulling up my university’s applicant website. By that point I had received acceptances, rejections, and the mess in between, but this was the application that mattered most. The beginning of my senior year of high school, I … More Starting the Path
2022 Building Design + Construction: Women in Design + Construction Conference In September, I represented Altieri at the Building Design + Construction: Women in Design + Construction conference. This is the first time Altieri has attended a conference focused on women in the industry and it certainly won’t be the last! Women from all sectors … More Women Uplift Women
I am a senior electrical engineer here at Altieri. It has been almost a year since I joined the firm and found talented engineers and designers with core values that match my own. I am really pleased to be part of a firm that continues to grow and strive for the best. I am proud … More Wanting It All! Angelica’s Story
We are very excited to launch our blog! wom(EN)gineer is a new opportunity to inspire and be inspired. A platform to share stories, lessons learned, wins… and losses. To spotlight innovators, mentors, and students. We are eager to engage in compelling (and essential) conversations about individual and collective experiences, current industry trends, and many other … More Welcome to wom(EN)gineer!