Traffic Safety Performance of PPP Transportation Projects in the US

Associate Professor Aziz, Associate Professor Migliaccio, and PhD student Luming Shang recently published a new paper entitled: “An Investigation of the Traffic Safety Performance of PPP Transportation Projects in the United States. ” A link to the abstract is here.

RELEASED: Lean and IPD Case Studies Show Striking Uniformity of Project Success

Construction Management faculty, Dr. Carrie Dossick, joins colleagues from the University of Minnesota and the University of British Columbia in releasing findings from IPDA/LCI funded study. “The overall findings are consistent with the larger body of research showing that teams using IPD and Lean are more reliable in terms of the schedule and cost and in…

UW and WSU Convene Group to Re-Imagine Capital Construction

On October 24, 2016, Washington State University (WSU) and University of Washington (UW) invited the building industry’s best minds to discuss what they can do to add values and innovation around how and what to build. The objectives of the day’s events were to identify approaches, tools, methods, processes and more to improve: Design and…

CM Masters admissions process goes online!

Effective immediately, the admissions process for both of our masters programs (classroom-based and online) is now 100% online. Classroom-based Masters: Starting this academic year (2016-17), the Department of CM will be accepting applications for the classroom-based Master of Science in Construction Management only ONCE a year. All applications (for both international and domestic students) will be due…

Nov. 1: The CM Career Fair is coming to the HUB!

Our Annual Career Fair will be held 10:00 am-4:00 pm in the HUB on Tues, Nov. 1. Below, please find the list of 70 companies and organizations that will be in attendance. Bring copies of your resume. Dress: business casual. Students from other departments are welcome. Hope to see you there! Absher Construction Aldrich +…

NECA team wins 2nd place at national competition!

Congratulations to Andrew Vose, Michael Feaster, James Nosack, Ruslan Bagaveev, Ana Antunez, and Emma Parks! They earned 2nd place in the National Electrical Contractors Association Green Energy Student Competition in Boston on October 8th. A special shout out to Emma Parks who won Best Presenter!   This was a huge learning opportunity for the students…

Theresa retires!

The Department’s long-serving GPA has retired effective last week. Thank you for your service, Theresa, and good luck to you!

“The Project’s Done – Now What??” Dr. Dossick to present at NWCCC event on Sept. 21

The CM’s Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) studies the complex process of information exchange as projects transition from construction to operations. CM Faculty member, Dr. Carrie Dossick will present research on this topic at this week’s Northwest Construction Consumer Council’s (NWCCC) event “The Project’s Done – Now What??” at Lynwood Convention Center. September 21,…

CERC hosts Virtual Reality Hackathon – September 16-18

CERC is once again happy to host the VR Hackathon at our Sandpoint facility, bringing together the brightest minds interested in virtual reality and related technologies to develop innovative hardware and software solutions, have fun, and build out the future of immersive technology.  There are major construction and design applications in VR and AR, and this…

CPWR awards Dr. Hyun Woo “Chris” Lee grant on solar panel safety

CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training – Small study program, has awarded CM Assistant Professor, Dr. Hyun Woo “Chris” Lee a 1-year grant. The objective of the study is to develop knowledge and resources that support the application of Prevention through Design (PtD) in solar design and installation and lead to improved…