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In a world where engineering continues to push the boundaries of innovation and excellence, its essential to spotlight the trailblazers who lead the charge, especially those who pave the way for greater diversity and inclusion within the field. One such luminary is Tara Morgan, a Senior Bentonite Operative at Acero Construction, who has recently been honoured with a nomination for Ground Engineering Magazine’s prestigious Top 20 Women in Engineering; This recognition is a testament not only to Tara’s exceptional skills and dedication but also to Acero Construction’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering an inclusive work environment.

Tara’s journey with Acero Construction began just 12 months ago, but her impact has been profound. With a fresh perspective and a fervent interest in bentonite processes, she quickly became an indispensable part of the team. Taras initiative to master the intricacies of the bentonite mixer – diligently studying the mixing pamphlet and gaining the trust and respect of her colleagues – exemplifies her dedication to her role and her eagerness to contribute meaningfully
to the project’s success.

Her achievements are numerous, from spearheading innovative safety measures on the bentonite farm, to her involvement in groundbreaking initiatives that challenge and redefine traditional practices. Tara’s leadership in installing walkways and implementing other safety features has not only enhanced operational efficiency but has also significantly contributed to creating a safer workplace. Her efforts were recognised with a safety award at the HS2 Birmingham site,
underscoring her commitment to excellence and safety in ground engineering. Tara’s nomination came on the heels of her active participation in the Women into Construction; initiative, a collaboration between SB3 and Acero Construction, aimed at increasing female representation in the field. Tara’s selection highlighted Acero’s dedication to diversity and its role in shaping an inclusive future for the construction industry. Beyond her technical achievements, Tara is a thought leader and a beacon of inspiration.

Her contributions to team meetings and her ability to spark meaningful conversations demonstrate her role as a catalyst for positive change within the industry. Tara’s continuous pursuit of knowledge, as seen in her recent Slinger Signaller training, and her learning of new systems such as water
balancing, illustrates her unwavering commitment to professional development and innovation. While Tara may not have clinched the title Top 20 Women in Engineering, her nomination is a victory in itself, celebrating her remarkable contributions and the strides she has made in a traditionally male-dominated field.

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