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BCT/BMATWT Alumni Reception in June with Architecture and LARP: “The Integrated Design Building” (Mar 25th, 2015)

Join fellow alumni and friends of the Building and Construction Technology program (formerly Building Materials and Wood Technology – BMATWT) and our friends in Architecture and Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning (LARP) on Saturday, June 6 at 2 pm during Alumni Weekend to hear about plans for our new building and current developments in our program. Light refreshments […]

BCT is Hiring: Lecturer in Sustainable Construction Management (Jan 2nd, 2015)

We are excited to announce a new Lecturer position with the Building and Construction Technology (BCT) program in Sustainable Construction Management, available immediately. This faculty position covers project management topics and allows us to focus more on efficient and sustainable construction practices, such as lean construction, prefabrication, BIM & IPD, and LEED. You can learn more […]

BCT Alumni & Friends Newsletter: Season’s Greetings! (Dec 11th, 2014)

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A Message from the BCT Program Director As we conclude another successful semester in the BCT program, we are very proud to now have close to 200 undergraduate students and 10 graduate students including several PhDs. This year brought some changes to our program: With Dave Damery retiring (more on that below), I have taken […]

The BCT Team at Next Step Living (Dec 9th, 2014)

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We love hearing about our successful BCT alumni. It is especially exciting when several of them work at the same company. That’s why this picture, which Bob Hastings (the guy in the center) just sent through is so cool! Our five BCT alumni at Next Step Living are Edison Dika, Nick Celularo, Bob Hastings, Chris Kennedy, and […]

Construction earnings data illustrates value of BCT education (Oct 7th, 2014)

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A recently published interactive chart by the Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution illustrates earnings data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. The earnings profiles are separated by educational major and broken out as annual earnings and lifetime earnings. This set of charts (in part shown in the image above) illustrates quite nicely the earnings […]