- The winners are Rosario Tripiana, Olga Díaz-Tapia, Lourdes Gómez and Inés Azpeitia from Ferrovial Construction and Natalia Olszewska from Budimex.
- The company had a total of 28 finalists in this year’s edition
Four professionals from Ferrovial Construction and one from Budimex have won Women in Construction & Engineering Awards 2022 (WICE Awards), the prestigious European awards highlighting the role of women in the sector across Europe.
Our winners are Rosario Tripiana, project manager in the I-66, named Best Woman Civil Engineer; Olga Díaz-Tapia, occupational health and safety expert, named Best Woman Health & Safety; Natalia Olszewska, works manager at Budimex, winner in the Best Woman Rail Engineer category; Lourdes Gómez, Specialist Site Support, named Best Woman Young Architect; and Inés Azpeitia, BIM Coordinator, winner of the Best Woman Architectural Technologies award.
The WICE awards are aimed at showcasing talented women in the industry and encouraging women to take up careers in engineering and construction.
The awards aim to celebrate their achievements and highlight their professional track records so as to encourage other women to build careers in the sector.
For Ferrovial, managing diversity means developing an inclusive work environment that not only recognizes, but also values these differences and generates real opportunities for each person to develop their full potential and contribute the best of themselves.
Since the 2016 edition, 14 Ferrovial employees have won WICE awards.
28 finalists across the various categories
Amaya Corredor Palomino, Deputy CFO. Webber
Rafael Foulquie Echevarría, Operations Director. Ferrovial Construction UK
Susan Villalobos, Materials Agent. Ferrovial Construction UK
Cecilia Canela Rodríguez, Project Manager. Ferrovial Construction
Monika Krzemień, Key administrative and legal specialist. Budimex
Marta Barandiaran, Lawyer. Ferrovial Construction US.
Eva Muñoz Manzanera, Plant Manager. Cadagua
Maria del Mar Delgado, Design Bidding Manager. Ferrovial Construction UK
Gema Díaz Caballero, Design Manager. Ferrovial Construction UK
María Gabriela Álvarez, Head of Development Latin America. Ferrovial Construction
Guadalupe Barrantes, Head of Planning and Scheduling Area. Ferrovial Construction
Marta Grzelczak, H&S Manager. Budimex
Jennifer Oshel, Environmental Manager. Ferrovial Construction US
María Aranzazu Sero, Head of Quality and Environment. Ferrovial Construction
Alba Corrales, Senior Project Manager. Ferrovial Construction US
Paloma Fernández Ruiz, North Texas Area Manager. Webber
Joanna Kułakowska, Contract terms and conditions specialist. Budimex
Ana Comas, Head of the Rail and Transport Technical Office. Ferrovial Construction
Dominika Komarowska, Site manager. Budimex
Rebeca Gómez, Structural Design Manager. Ferrovial Construction Canada
Amparo Méndez, Structures Design Manager. Ferrovial Construction US
Laura Verda, Associate Project Manager. Ferrovial Construction US
Estíbaliz Fernández, Trainee Engineer. Ferrovial Construction