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Construction Management Association (CMA)

Image of CMA members positioning the replica Guard Tower at the Minidoka internment site

CMA members position the replica Guard Tower at the Minidoka internment site

This is the local student chapter of the Association of General Contractors of America (AGC). This organization is dedicated to serving the needs of professional construction managers throughout the nation.

  • Faculty Advisor:  Professor Casey Cline
  • Student President:  Lance Kilbride
 

National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

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NAWIC Magic camp participants

The Construction Management Department’s Women in Construction (WIC) group is an affiliate of the Idaho Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC).  This mission of WIC is to:

Promote involvement of women in the construction management profession
Provide networking opportunities among construction professionals and CM students
Encourage professionalism among members

Faculty Advisor:  Kirsten Davis

Sigma Lambda Chi (SLC)

Image of some of members of Sigma Lambda ChiSigma Lambda Chi is the honorary society for construction Management majors.  Boise State University’s chapter is the Mu IV Chapter in the International Organization.  The fundamental purpose of Sigma Lambda Chi is to provide recognition to outstanding students in construction curricula.

  • Faculty Advisory:  Professor Bill Mincks
  • Student President: Logan Lankford

 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition

Image of participants in the Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition

BSU Construction Management students participate in the Associated Schools of Construction Region 6 & 7 student competition each February in Sparks, Nevada.  The 2 day intensive competition provides student teams valuable ‘real world’ like experiences in developing and presenting project problems to practicing professionals.  BSU competes in the areas of  Commercial, Design-Build, Electrical, Heavy Civil, Marine, Multi-Family, and Determining Project Risk.

Check out recent competition blogs for Reno Showdown 2011Reno Showdown 2012, Reno Showdown 2013, Reno Showdown 2014Reno Showdown 2015, Reno Showdown 2016

 

International Service Learning:  The Village Network

Image of student helping kids in Belize

 

Check out the 2012 Spring Break trip to Belize blog.