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  • Mix Masters: At a UW lab, students are testing ways to give concrete a solid future.

    Nestled in a former airplane hangar in the sprawling former Navy base at Magnuson Park, construction and engineering students from the University of Washington stress-test recipes for concrete—one of the world’s most used substances. Made with a combination of cement, water and aggregates, some type of concrete has been produced by every civilization since the…

  • Paving the way: Our next generation of women construction leaders

    Three CM students with long brown hair learn to use survey equipment on the Gould Lawn

    Women in Construction Week is a time to celebrate and raise awareness of women's contributions to this traditionally male-dominated industry. At the University of Washington, a dynamic cohort of women majoring in construction management within the College of Built Environments are embarking on their journey to enter the construction industry. Their vision, leadership, and determination…

  • Dawgs Victorious at ASC Region 6&7 Reno Competition

    Emerging from a competitive field of nearly 1400 their peers in an open national competition, the Sustainable Building team snagged the first place trophy in the ASC Region 6&7 Reno Competition, edging out Cal Poly and the University of Florida. 55 universities from 22 states were represented by student teams. According to the pre-problem statement…

  • Prof. Chris Lee on Public/Private Partnerships: Charging toward a zero-emission transit fleet

    Conversion of bus base facilities, the heart of transit operations, for electric vehicle charging is a large-scale project with many players and complex needs. One option for transit agencies working to shift to a zero-emission fleet is a public-private partnership model (P3), which defers upfront capital construction costs and has the potential to help agencies…

  • CM Transfer Students Receive Andrew Eker and Mary Hughes Endowed Scholarship

    Transfer students in the UW Construction Management program are automatically considered for the need-based Andrew Eker and Mary Hughes Endowed Scholarship. When the e-mail arrives that they've been granted the scholarship, they may have to double check that it's real! Donors Andrew Eker and Mary Hughes are familiar with the heavy lift transfer students face starting…

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