Architectural practice SSH hosts a talk that explores the role of women in the industry of architecture.
This session will explain what kind of academic and career progression women who want to enter the industry can expect, and examines societal expectations, before celebrating the achievements of leading women in architecture.
Later in the session, participants will discover women’s perspectives on the sector compared with men, find out how to embrace differences between genders, and look at how to balance raising a family with a career. This is an exclusive opportunity to see SSH’s Director of Architecture, David Daniels, and our other architectural experts present the practice’s insight on this fascinating topic.
Limited seats available. Register at email@example.com
SSH is one of the leading master planning, infrastructure, building design and construction supervision firms in the Middle East. It has a reputation for design integrity and a portfolio that includes landmark projects throughout the region. The firm maintains offices in Abu Dhabi, Algeria, Bahrain, Dubai, Iraq, Kuwait, London, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and South Africa.
Founded in 1961, SSH employs approximately 1,400 high-calibre local, regional and international experts in their individual fields, most of whom are from globally renowned international consultancy firms. In 2015, World Architecture Magazine ranked the practice third architecture company in the Middle East in its list of the Top 100 Architects in the World, and the number 1 design firm in the culture sector in the world in 2016. It was also ranked in 91st place in ENR’s Top 225 International Design Firms for 2018.
SSH's multifaceted practices include architecture; urban design and planning; structural and civil engineering; MEP/building services; interior design; highway and bridge engineering; storm water drainage; utility design; sanitary engineering; marine engineering and district cooling, in addition to high-profile project management and construction supervision services.
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