Industry News Archive

Spring 2021 Capstones

21st Century Schools - Calverton Elementary/Middle School  |  Baltimore, MD

Join us for virtual capstone presentations - Our capstone projects simulate the competitive Design-Build (DB) process, where the Owner will select a DB partner based on evaluation of competitive bid proposals and final project interviews (Capstone Day presentations). In this simulation, student teams represent the construction side of the DB entity (i.e. the primary contractor) and MLSoC Industry Partners represent the Owner. Industry Partners will evaluate the performance of each team to select the first-, second-, and third-place teams Read more about Spring 2021 Capstones

Virtual Spring Construction Industry Career Fair

February 23rd from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

The goal of our career fair is to provide opportunities to the many students interested in pursuing a career in the construction industry. Students from all majors are invited to attend this fair. Attending companies are hiring for full-time or internship positions in multiple fields.  Read more about Virtual Spring Construction Industry Career Fair

Giving Day

Join the Virginia Tech community for Giving Day, a 24-hour celebration of the Hokie Spirit and the power of giving back, starting at noon, EST, on February 24. Read more about Giving Day

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