Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 2 has announced the results of its Fall 2023 Student Competition. Region 2 covers 8 southeastern US states and Puerto Rico and includes 28 accredited construction schools that stretch from Virginia southward to Florida and westward to Mississippi.
The 2023 ASC Region 2 competition was once again held in early November in Peachtree City, Georgia. The number of students competing, and the level of the competitions continues to increase. This year, 30 teams from 15 universities competed in six categories: Design-Build, Concrete, Preconstruction, Commercial, Heavy Civil, and Shadow Competition. Nearly 300 students, faculty, and industry sponsors participated in the career fair and student competitions that concluded with an award ceremony recognizing the top schools for each problem category.
ASC REGION 2 | WINNING STUDENT TEAMS
Design-Build – Sponsored by A M King.
1st – Auburn University.
2nd – University of Florida
3rd – Kennesaw State University
Concrete – Sponsored by Baker Concrete.
1st – Auburn University
2nd – University of Puerto Rico
3rd – Virginia Tech
Preconstruction – Sponsored by Brasfield & Gorrie.
1st – University of Florida
2nd – University of Virginia
3rd – Florida Gulf Coast University
Commercial – Sponsored by Holder Construction.
1st – Clemson University
2nd – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
3rd – Auburn University
Heavy Civil – Sponsored by Kiewit.
1st – University of Puerto Rico
2nd – Virginia Tech
3rd – University of Florida
Shadow Competition – Sponsored by Phillips & Jordan.
1st – Students from Auburn University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Middle Tennessee State University, and Western Carolina University.
2nd – Students from Auburn University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State University, and UNC Charlotte.
3rd – Students from Auburn University, Appalachian State University, University of Florida, Kennesaw State University, and Middle Tennessee State University.
ASC Region 2 Director, John Hildreth, Ph.D., P.E., Kimmel School of Construction Management at Western Carolina University
ASC Assistant Region 2 Director, Lauren Redden, Ph.D., McWhorter School of Building Science at Auburn University
The Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) is the professional association of construction educators and industry practitioners working together for the development and advancement of construction education. It promotes the sharing of ideas and knowledge and inspires, guides and promotes excellence in curricula, teaching, research and service. There are 143 four-year Construction Management programs of member universities and nine two-year member schools. Graduates from these institutions fill entry-level positions as project engineers, estimators, safety managers, superintendents, BIM managers, preconstruction, document control and communication positions, schedulers, etc.