Evans joined BSRIA in 2014 and during her time has become a recognised industry figure, using her position to raise awareness of and advance a number of key industry issues such as energy efficiency in the built environment and wellbeing. In particular she has advocated engineering and construction as a long term career choice and actively promoted the industry as providing great opportunities for women, who currently number only some 13 per cent of the sector’s UK workforce.
Prior to joining BSRIA, Evans was the Chief Executive of the National Federation of Builders, where she campaigned to improve the image of the construction industry by setting up and leading Construction Alliance, a grouping made up of key industry organisations.
She also has active roles as a Governor of Leeds College of Building, where she will shortly take up the Chairmanship, is a Board member of the UK International Women’s Federation and spent three years as the Chairperson of the Trade Association Forum, promoting best practice for trade associations.
Commenting on the award, Evans said: “I am honoured to receive this award which in every way is a reflection on the hard work and efforts of my colleagues at BSRIA and of the wider Built Environment sector.”
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