In its Second Year, Construction Inclusion Week Doubles in Size
Joe Bousquin, Construction Dive
Construction’s unified response to racism in the industry is growing stronger. Twice as many construction firms plan to participate in the second annual Construction Inclusion Week, the industry’s grassroots effort to stamp out racist incidents and hate on jobsites.
A total of 2,345 companies registered for the event, which runs Oct. 17-21, nearly double the 1,200 firms that took part in its inaugural outing last year, according to Turner Construction, one of the event’s six founding companies.