Clemson University’s Construction Science and Management (CSM) department announced that three of its student teams were among those representing the Southeast’s leading collegiate Construction Management programs who gathered in Peachtree City, GA, this fall to compete in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 2 student competitions.
Clemson CSM students won 2nd place in the ASC/AGC Concrete Competition under the direction of Dr. Ehsan Mousavi. This was the first year that Clemson participated in the concrete competition, making this an especially meaningful event for the department. Baker Concrete sponsored the competition. The Clemson team was supported by industry mentors from Brasfield & Gorrie.
A second team of Clemson CSM students competed in the ASC Region 2 Commercial Project Competition under the direction of Dr. Joe Burgett. The team took 3rd place. Volunteers from Whiting-Turner and DPR worked with the team during their preparation. Holder Construction sponsored this competition. The CSM department gave special recognition to the University’s Paul Boric and Mike Parker with Clemson Facilities, and Tony Putnam with Campus Utilities, for their help.
A third, multi-disciplinary team of Clemson CSM and Architecture students participated in the ASC Design-Build competition under the direction of Dr. Shima Clarke.
For other news and more information about Clemson’s CSM Program, visit http://www.clemson.edu/caah/departments/csm/.
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