Women in Construction survey

Infrastructure NSW is seeking feedback to understand key challenges that affect culture and diversity on construction sites.
Image of female construction workers on site
Image of female construction workers on site

What’s this about?

The Australian construction industry is male dominated, with women making up just 12% of the industry. Employing more women into trade (plumbing, electrical, carpentry) and non-traditional (engineering and project management) roles is key to addressing the cultural concerns in the industry and the nationwide shortage of skilled labour.

Building on from the 2023 Women in Construction survey, (PDF 947.21KB) this year we hope to further develop our understanding of key challenges when it comes to culture and diversity on construction sites and opportunities to drive change.

The survey should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete and is designed for people that work mostly on-site. It will ask questions related to your experience within the construction industry.  

Results from this survey will enable the NSW Government to investigate the impact of the Women in Construction Program, understand key industry challenges and identify opportunities to address them.

Have your say

Have your say by Friday 5 July 2024.

You can provide your feedback in 1 way.


19 June 2024 to 5 July 2024

Complete survey: Women in Construction

Consultation period

From:19 June 2024
To:5 July 2024

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 9216 5700
Agency Website
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