QCLNG employee wins national construction award

GLADSTONE woman Maurissa Douglas Rogers has had her achievements in electrical engineering recognised at a national level. 


Maurissa was awarded the Construction Skills Queensland Award for Achievement in Construction at the 2015 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Queensland's annual Crystal Vision Awards.

She started with Bechtel in 1993, as an electrical engineering graduate in the United States, before moving into her first construction role in 1998.

In 2008, Maurissa began working in an engineering leadership role in the early stages of the Queensland Curtis LNG project based in Bechtel's Houston office.

She has been based on the QCLNG project site since 2012. Maurissa plays a leading role across many of the critical functions of the construction program on the QCLNG project.

Now in its 20th year in Australia, the NAWIC awards recognise the inspirational women who play a crucial role in what is a traditionally male-dominated industry.

(Image left ) Maurissa Rogers | Mike Richards GLA070714BECH

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