The School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) and Sigma Lambda Chi International Construction Honor Society (SLC) at Arizona State University maintain a strong program to support the Construction education and, above all, our next generation of builders. We recognize that we are not alone in this endeavor and owe much of our success to the generous support of our industry sponsors.
With the support of Steve Grauer; Vice President and District Manager of Hensel Phelps, one of the largest general contractors and construction managers in the United States as ranked by Engineering News Record (ENR), SSEBE and SLC have gifted over 100 hard hats for construction graduates in 2016 and 2017. Hard hats are the symbol of the construction industry. They represent safety, protection and responsibility. These donated hard hats remind the students about their education, and give them an opportunity to join the industry with confidence.
The DBIA student chapter is holding an industry-academia networking event this Thursday 4/7 in CAVC. The presentation topic is about the ASU Cronkite School of Journalism design and construction project downtown Phoenix. There will be dinner and drinks too. Faculty and students get in for free if they register using this link before Monday night: http://www.eventbrite.com/o/dbia-western-pacific-region-139346646
A DBIA NATIONAL AWARD WINNER AND THE COLLABORATIVE PROCESS; A CASE STUDY
Bechtel Corporation is in the College Avenue Commons today (2/29/2016) from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM to discuss full-time and internship positions. You will find them located in the third floor atrium. This is part of a larger visit that includes a presentation this evening over in the Carey School of Business and time at the Engineering Career Fair tomorrow (3/1).
You can you a flyer about all of their activities here – PDF.
Thanks to the our industry partners and students who attended the Annual Friends of Civil Engineering (FOCE) Student/Industry Mixer Tuesday (9/15/2015) evening at the University Club. Representatives from 10 local firms were present to speak with the students, Black & Veatch, Carollo Engineers, City of Phoenix, Coe & Van Loo, Dibble Engineering, EPS Group, HilgartWilson, Kimley-Horn, Westland Resources and Wood Patel.
Want to get involved with FOCE? Download the FOCE flyer and join!
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