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Dr. Chris Lee to Give Webinar on Improving Solar Safety from the Design Process on Wed, 12/13

Join Dr. Chris Lee this Wed, 12/13, at 11-11:45 a.m. PST as he presents a FREE webinar on improving solar construction safety from the design process: Applying Prevention through Design (PtD) to Solar Systems in Small Buildings Solar technology has grown cheaper and more economically attractive in recent years, and a growing number of homeowners are…

Dr. Carrie Dossick Gives Keynote in Australia

UW Construction Management Professor and Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) Executive Director Carrie Dossick delivered the keynote address at the Innovation Production and Construction (IPC) Conference in Perth, Australia. The Conference attracted faculty and students from around the world to learn about innovative technologies and thinking. Dr. Dossick’s keynote focused on how…

Applications open for M.S in Construction Management with specialization in Safety & Health (funding opportunities available)

The M.S. in Construction Management with a specialization in Occupational Safety and Health (CMOSH) is an exciting new opportunity to earn an additional specialization with your Master of Science in Construction Management degree program at the University of Washington. This additional specialization aims to produce future construction management leaders who will have the knowledge and skills to…

2017-18 Student Competitions

This academic year our students are competing in nine different student competitions. These extracurricular activities are a great learning experience. Students are preparing to compete at the national level in Mechanical sponsored by MCA and Electrical sponsored by NECA. This year’s “Reno” teams are; Sustainability, Concrete, Mixed Use, Commercial, Heavy/Civil, and Design Build. Student teams…

Rebuilding Together Seattle project

This morning five undergraduate students from the CM Department participated in a Rebuilding Together Seattle project in Tukwila. Our students spent a lovely fall day rebuilding a fence for a family in need: measuring, cutting, and nailing — and serving the greater Seattle community. Thanks Eduardo, Austin, Max, Gordon and Alex!