Virginia Tech researchers and their collaborators from five leading
institutions will soon engage in new construction safety and health
research made possible by a recent award of more than $7 million over a
five-year period from the National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health (NIOSH)/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Constructor's Consortium student organization spent Saturday, October 3rd serving our local community. The group supplied tools, organized, and built a 50 foot wheelchair ramp for the Twigg residence in Montgomery County, Virginia.
The Myers-Lawson School of Construction is proud to partner with Virginia Tech's respected Pamplin College of Business to offer a new simultaneous-degree option at the master's level. Students now have the opportunity to earn both an MBA and an MS in either Construction Engineering/Managements or Building Construction in two years.