Do you have the drive to work with fellow students? Do you have the urge to excell in a particular field? Do you have what it takes to compete? If you answered yes, you should apply to be a part of Construction Management's Competition Teams. With over 16 teams to choose from, you'll be sure to find one that suits your interests.
The Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) supports both National and Regional Student Competitions. Each year regional competitions are held in various locations across the United States. Teams can compete in one of 12 categories which focus on different aspects of the industry. Award criteria includes estimating, bidding, planning, scheduling, presentation skills, creativity, understanding of sound construction techniques and thoughtful methodologies.
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM student teams have won, go to ASC Awards web page.
General description of the MCAA and its competitions.
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM students have won, go to MCAA Awards web page.
The NAHB Student Competition is a residential construction management competition following all aspects of a residential construction project from start to finish. This includes marketing research, estimating, construction planning, scheduling, value engineering and green building strategies, and financial analysis, etc. The competition problem, released in early October, usually focuses on the construction of a multi-family or single family housing development. Our deliverable is a packet to be submitted in early January, limited to 150 pages and containing all work performed during fall quarter.
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM students have won, go to NAHB Awards web page.
NECA has provided over a century of service to the $130 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the United States. NECA’s national and 119 local chapters advance the industry through advocacy, education, research, and standards development.
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM students have won, go to NECA Awards web page.
The National Associate Builders and Contractors Student Competition is a construction management competition showcasing four students per team. The competition consists of 3 different rounds allowing competitors to give a team submission and a verbal presentation. The given project is aimed to exhibit distinctive characteristics and issues to challenge each team. The uniqueness in this competition is that it encourages competitors to consults with industry and trade professional and truly gives each team firsthand experience in the construction
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM students have won, go to ABC Awards web page.
USGBC Emerging Professionals are the energetic and dynamic leaders of tomorrow’s green building movement. The program is geared toward individuals out of school and under 30, but does not exclude anyone who may be interested. USGBC Emerging Professionals seek to engage all those who are interested in learning about and advocating for sustainable building practices. So who are Emerging Professionals? Certainly many are young architects and engineers, but they also include young lawyers, education and healthcare professionals, sustainability consultants, and anyone else interested in the future of green building.
For information on the upcoming competitions and awards that CM students have won, go to EGP Awards web page.