Elizabeth Goodwin Named in Construction Tech’s Top Women in Construction List
Elizabeth Goodwin, business development manager at Doster Construction, made Construction Tech magazine’s 2017 Women in Construction list. The list is comprised of some of the most successful women working within the construction community who are taking advantage of technology and represent many of the largest, most innovative construction companies in the country.
“It’s encouraging to see women in the workforce use technology in new ways,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech magazine and president of Specialty Publishing Media. “Their out-of-the-box thinking extends to those around them and the projects they work on to set new precedents for innovation within their companies and the industry overall.”
The listing will be published in the Fall issue of Constructech magazine and the winners were honored at an event on August 24, 2017 at the Technology Day conference in San Francisco, CA.
Elizabeth is involved in the front-end, client relations portion of the project. Her technical background allows her to assist the clients during the design and construction phase. Elizabeth is able to work in Revit, On Screen Takeoff, and Timberline when needed. Elizabeth is certified as a LEED GA® and is capable of assisting on Doster’s sustainable projects. In addition to her role of growing the awareness of Doster in the commercial construction market, she is committed to many local organizations. She is currently serving on the NAIOP Board of Directors, Go Build Tennessee Board, the American Heart Association PULSE Board, and the Williamson, Inc. Women in Business Committee. Elizabeth has a passion for the local community as evident in her commitment as an ACE Mentor and her role on Doster’s Philanthropy Committee, leading activities with the Heart Association, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Habitat for Humanity.