The following student clubs are based in the Construction Management Department. In addition to the student clubs listed below, there are additional clubs associated with the CAED and each Department. For a full list of these clubs go to the CAED Student Clubs web page.
The ASCM offers students the opportunity to learn and be involved in the construction management profession, to network and develop relationships with potential employers, and meet fellow students. The student chapter upholds the ideals and standards of two sponsoring organizations - Associated Builders and Contractors and Associated General Contractors -and share the same principles of skill, integrity, honor, and responsibility.
ASCM web site
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
ABC web site
Philip Barlow - ABC
BIM stands for Building Information Modeling. BIM consists of various computer programs that can be applied to building design, construction, and management. Building Information Modeling is the future of the construction industry. The Cal Poly BIM Club would like to offer BIM advocates a place to hone their skills in preparation for the industry and develop a network of relationships with other interested students.
BIM Facebook Page
Membership in the Construction Management Association of America is open to firms and individuals sharing a common interest in the promotion of construction management as a professional service. The Association's membership represents a broad spectrum of the design and construction industry, including CM practitioners, public and private owners, design professionals, contractors, attorneys, insurers, services consultants, educators and students.
CMAA web site
CMAA Southern Chapter web site
The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) is an association of leaders in the design and construction industry utilizing design-build and integrated project delivery methods to achieve high performance projects.
Founded in 1993, and headquartered in Washington, D.C., DBIA proudly stands as the only membership organization bringing together thousands of organizations and individuals representing architects, engineers, public and private owners, general and specialty contractors, manufacturer and suppliers, students, college and university faculty, legal and finance professionals and many more. In summary, DBIA is the design and construction industry’s hub -- the only organization that makes whole the industry’s many parts.
DBIA web site
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.
EGP web site
Emily Carver, President
Jason Cotterell , Treasurer
Dominic Nicolleti, Secretary
Kirsten Burrows , Dir. of Events
Rob Dowling , Dir. of Publicity
The Future of Real Estate, is a university-wide, multi-disciplinary organization that offers students a venue to learn from experts in the real estate arena. Through guest speakers, field trips, and real-life experience, students gain knowledge that they apply to coursework, professions, and entrepreneurship. Additionally, FRE provides premier employment and internship opportunities to members in the field of real estate.
Future of Real Estate web site
Dustin Gabele , President
Jonathan Graisel , VP
Carlos Krinsky , Finance & Membership
Farhaan Serang, Dir. of Publicity
Spencer Mills , Dir. of Events
MCAA: The Mechanical Contractors Association of America, Inc. (MCAA) is a vibrant, growing association of approximately 2,300 mechanical, plumbing, and service contractors. Members enjoy MCAA’s outstanding education programs, an expanding catalog of resources to help them manage and grow their businesses, periodicals and a web site to keep them informed and connected, and business services to save them money. MCAA’s student chapter program gives students the opportunity to learn about the industry by attending regular meetings with their MCAA local affiliate sponsors, taking field trips to a variety of job sites and facilities, working together on volunteer projects, participating in fundraising events, and more.
MCAA web site
Any student interested in home building, real estate, land development, housing issues, building materials, etc., may join NAHB.
Scott Kelting, Advisor
Student chapters are intended to introduce young members to the world of electrical contracting by exposing students to industry-related educational programs and helping arrange internships with local NECA-member contractors and field trips to NECA contractor’s office and work sites. There are 21 student chapters nationwide.
NECA web site
The purpose of Sigma Lambda Chi is to recognize outstanding students in construction. Objectives include the rendering of service to the field of construction, the development of good relations among academia, industry, and the public, and the recognition of outstanding professionals in construction and allied fields.
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