Construction management alumnus Mike Eads found his calling in concrete.
Months of preparation paid off for two more teams during national competition this spring. Put to the test in all skills learned throughout their academic career, construction management students displayed exceptional leadership and passion throughout the competition.
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.
The College of Health and Human Sciences Career Services is hosting Establish Your Experience, a panel and networking event for first- and second-year CHHS students.
Sergio A. Ortiz graduated from Colorado State University in 2009 with his B.S. in construction management and a minor in business administration. He has worked in Colorado for nearly ten years with the Neenan Company, based out of Fort Collins.
This year, there are 25 International Presidential Fellows from 18 different countries, and four of them are working in the College of Health and Human Sciences. To learn more about this group of esteemed faculty and graduate students, read their bios below.
Nominations are now being accepted for the annual alumni awards program in the College of Health and Human Sciences.
With its strong connection to industry, the CSU Department of Construction Management is taking a novel approach to education through boot camps
Students from CSU’s Department of Construction Management are continuing their winning ways, earning seven awards at the Associated Schools of Construction competition held Feb. 7-10 in Sparks, Nevada.