Barbara Kavovit tool kit and construction business: What you need to know

On Barbara’s Instagram account, you’ll often find her on construction sites looking at demolitions or in the office wearing her hard hat. She’s clearly someone who doesn’t mind getting dirty.

On her personal website, she explains that she never imagined that she would end up running her own construction company. She created her own line of fabulous tools for women that are called DIYVA.

The tools are smaller than the industry standard, making them easier for women to hold. In addition, the tool bags are anything from standard black to pink or leopard print.

A single set with a hammer, screwdriver, pliers, measuring tape, flashlight, and assorted hardware retails for $34.99.

All of her work with the construction business and her toolkit earned her a spot on Crain’s 100 Most Influential Women in Business before the age of 30, according to her Amazon bio.

On top of working in construction, she also had time to write books. She’s written two non-fiction books called Room For Improvement and Invest in Your Nest.

Her first fiction novel, Heels of Steel, is available on Amazon.

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Hey you guys, hope ya’ll are having a great #saturday . Hanging out reading my new novel #heelsofsteel avail for pre-order from my link above on @amazon . I’ve had some great (and not so great) accomplishments in my life and have to say (besides my son Zach) this is my greatest. If you want to read an entertaining and inspirational story about Bridget Steele, a girl from the Bronx that has no resources other then her determination and tenacity to build a construction company in #NYC this book is for you! It’s a story about failure, success and resilience and one skyscraper Bridget is determined to build. I’ll be giving away 10 #DIYVA toolkits to whoever dm’s me their pre order receipt! Happy reading and thanks for your support. ❤️Barbara 📸 @21kav

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The book was published by MIRA and it’s about Bridget Steele, who learned how to build and fight from her father.

The book appears to be based on her own life, as Barbara’s novel is all about overcoming diversity, sexism, corruption, and harassment in a male-dominated industry.

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