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Lawson to receive Virginia Tech's Highest Honor

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Date: May 11th, 2017 / Author: /

Virginia Tech will convey its highest honor on John Lawson

Congratulations Dwayne G. Sellars, W.M.Jordan

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Date: Oct 14th, 2016 / Author: Lora Howard /

Virtual Construction Manager & yPOD contributor receives award

Congratulations W.M. Jordan Company!

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Date: Jun 20th, 2016 / Author: /

W.M. Jordan receives recognition for award winning Practice Facility

Congratulations Leo Vecellio, Jr.

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Date: Feb 02nd, 2016 / Author: Lora Howard /

Recipient of the American Free Enterprise Medal

Congratulations John Lawson!

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Date: Sep 25th, 2015 / Author: Lora Howard /

Lawson receives two awards.

From tough guys to tears: The construction industry embraces safety

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Date: May 12th, 2015 / Author: Mason Bowman /

One of MLSOC’s own Industry board members; Herb Morgan, Senior Vice President of Fluor Construction, writes an article showing the growing importance of safety in the construction industry. With the age old image of construction being a dangerous job the new look on the industry is a welcome change for everyone from tradesmen to CEO’s. Herb Morgan and Fluor Construction are just one of many people and companies taking this stand.

Congratulations Robby Moser!

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Date: Apr 28th, 2015 / Author: Lora Howard /

Recipient of Alumni Aspire! Award

MLSOC Futures Conference

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Date: Apr 21st, 2015 / Author: Mason Bowman /

On March 26-27 the Myers-Lawson School of Construction hosted a Futures Conference. The conference brought together some of the best and brightest minds in the construction industry for a two day presentation and panel discussion about the upcoming trends. Collectively this year’s panel brought together over 100 years of industry experience.

The panel included:

Skanska Gives a Look into the New Midtown Tunnel in Hampton Roads VA.

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Date: Mar 06th, 2015 / Author: Mason Bowman /

The Midtown tunnel in Hampton Roads VA. is projected to open in 2018.  This $2.1 billion public private partnership will look to alleviate traffic in the Hampton Roads area with a new tunnel as well as maintenance work to the existing tunnels. Click HERE  for an in depth look at just how they will be constructing this new tunnel.