On Sept. 21, students from CSU’s Women in Construction club and Women Engaging in Construction Mentoring program volunteered to complete home improvement projects in north Denver.
Following graduation, Badawi will move to Denver to begin working on Colorado projects for Turner Construction.
A host of Colorado State University alumni working in the construction industry have returned to the community this spring to lend their expertise and materials to projects in CM Cares, the annual program to make building accessibility improvements for nonprofits and people with disabilities.
CSU’s Construction Management Cares program partnered with the Extreme Community Makeover Project in Denver this semester to clean up local residents homes.
Between construction management competition teams, paving a future for women in CM, and helping create a more accessible home, outstanding grad Jenna Richards mastered involvement on campus.
Each spring, the CM Cares program at CSU provides services to those in need of construction assistance, to improve mobility and ADA access to their homes.
One of the latest families to benefit from home improvements provided by the CM Cares program is especially deserving: The Salems have adopted six children from countries around the world where their disabilities were being severely neglected.
The Department of Construction Management recently unveiled The CM Cares Pillar Partner Endowment Wall as its newest addition to the Preconstruction Building.
Student leaders from CM Cares presented their projects and celebrated another successful semester of community work in front of a packed house of donors, volunteers, students, faculty and staff on May 12.