Faculty News Archive

Answering the call for affordable housing

Through two vanguard public-private partnerships, Virginia Tech faculty and students in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction(MLSOC) are pursuing low-cost, high-tech, and data-driven approaches to making home ownership more attainable. Philip Agee, Andrew McCoy, and Kereshmeh Afsari are leading a project that aims to design and produce a 3D-printed single-family concrete home in the greater R Read more about Answering the call for affordable housing

Project Management Team Places 1st at ASC Competition

On February 5th, The Myers-Lawson School of Construction sent three student teams to the Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition and Construction Management Conference in Reno, Nevada. 21 students represented the Myers-Lawson School of Construction and competed against numerous universities across the United States. Read more about Project Management Team Places 1st at ASC Competition

Giving Back Globally

Its always great to connect our students to opportunities that allow them to travel abroad, immerse themselves in different cultures and practice their construction skills. Over winter break, a group of students traveled to Peru while another group traveled to Rwanda. Read more about Giving Back Globally

MLSoC Traveled to Reno for ASC Competition

On Tuesday February 5th, the Myers-Lawson School of Construction sent student teams to Reno, Nevada for the 32nd Annual ASC Student Competition and Construction Management Conference. Throughout the week they competed against other student teams in problem categories such as Heavy Civil, Commercial, Mixed Use and Design Build. Results were posted on Saturday February 9th. Read more about MLSoC Traveled to Reno for ASC Competition

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