Women in Construction Week | Spotlight on Roxchelle Wright

March 11, 2021

HazTek Safety Professional Roxchelle “Roxi” Wright started her construction career in 2006 after becoming interested and intrigued by others’ construction stories and the earning potential in the field. Roxi began her career as a Fire Watch / Confined Space Attendant (also known as a Hole Watch) and within three years she was promoted to Foreman.

Roxi’s love of travel influenced her decision to become a traveling Foreman. While at work one day, an interesting conversation with a professional in the safety field piqued her interest in safety. He suggested that she look into the safety field, insisting that Roxi had the right attitude and the learning capabilities for the job. After seven years of dedication, loyalty, and sacrifice working as a traveling Foreman, Roxi made the decision to go to school for safety and hasn’t looked back since.

Roxi loves interacting with people and safe environments. She appreciates the family feel at HazTek and says, “Let's all ‘work safe’ together!”

Thank you to Roxi for all of the dedication and professionalism that she brings to our organization.

In honor of Women in Construction Week, HazTek is featuring several of our safety professionals who work out in the field.

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) created Women in Construction (WIC) Week to highlight women as a viable component of the construction industry and as an occasion for the thousands of NAWIC members across the country to help raise awareness of the growing role of women in the construction industry and the opportunities available to them.

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