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Recent MLSoC Milestones

Kevin Boyle, Myers-Lawson School of Construction principal faculty member, and the Director of the Program in Real Estate, was recently named to the U.S.

Brett Hitt

Join us in congratulating, Industry Board Member, Brett Hitt in being recognized as one of Washington Business Journal’s Most Admired CEOs of 2013!

Fall 2013 Construction Competition Team

Late in October, twenty-one construction students from both the Building Construction program and the Construction Engineering and Management program made school history as all three teams placed s

Recent MLSoC News Stories

Beginning April 13, the Habitat for Humanity Virginia Tech chapter will host its largest fundraising event of the year. Organizers, which include numerous Myers-Lawson School of Construction students, say they hope Shack-A-Thon will become an annual event focused on healthy competition in the name of philanthropy.

The reception was hosted by President Charles W. Steger, Vice President and Dean for Graduate Education Karen P. DePauw and Senior Vice President and Provost Mark McNamee. The event was held February 4, 2014.

1200 students. 166 teams. 43 universities.

24 students from Myers-Lawson School of construction at Virginia Tech were among the 1200.

The 27th Annual Associated Schools of Construction Regions 6 & 7 Student competition is the largest construction management student competition in the nation. The teams are presented with industry provided problems to solve.

When a new product is produced or a new procedure introduced into the work place, how do we know it's safe?

Click HERE to hear Dr. Young-Corbet answer Jim Metzner's question. 

 

Dr. Kleiner meets with Paul Carter and Kiewit Corporate executive in the Milton, Ontario, CANADA office JANUARY 24, 2014. Following this half day planning meeting, the Kiewit team will be visiting Blacksburg in February to further explore a "legacy" project with Drs. Kleiner and Beliveau. Stay tuned.