Women’s Association of Concrete Professionals launches as new non-profit organization for women in concrete and concrete construction.

by | Jun 21, 2022 | Industry News

Livonia, Mich., June 20, 2022 – In April of 2022, the Women’s Association of Concrete Professionals (WACP) was officially incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(6).

The WACP board is comprised of six professional women from different areas of the concrete industry, including slurry waste management, decorative concrete, flatwork, manufacturing, and sales. It is open to any woman in the concrete or concrete construction field who wishes to join.

The mission of WACP is a commitment to mentoring, training, supporting, positively impacting, and empowering women in the concrete industry, now and into the future. Founder and President Sarah Bryan said of the organization’s launch, “We realized the lack of resources for women in our trade, so we made it a mission to provide the missing pieces and become the greatest resource for women in concrete.”

Memberships are available to any woman in the field, and many different Sponsorship offerings are available as well. Every woman who works in the concrete field is welcome and encouraged to join. If you’re an administrator, engineer, field staff, owner, representative, laborer, salesperson, manufacturer, or marketer in a concrete-related industry such as flatwork and forms, ready-mix, decorative, paving, saw cutting, coring, distribution, or manufacturing, the WACP wants to hear from you.


About the Women’s Association of Concrete Professionals (WACP): The Women’s Association of Concrete Professionals is a 501(c)(6) that was founded in 2022 and is dedicated to furthering the careers of women in the concrete and concrete-construction-related fields.