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The 2017 UAA ASC team members and alternates pose with faculty advisor Don Tipton. Pictured are: Randy Adams, Erin Dickson, Kyle Dehart, Lander Simmers, Conor Nicoll, Chase Swalling, Greg D’Atri, Joshua Plumb, Ryan Honea, David Freswick II, Tim Sorensen, Gjergj Lena, Daniel Hansen. Melody Miller, Zack Archuletta, and Kip Baldwin. (Photo courtesy of Don Tipton)
During this month's SAME Luncheon, Mr. Don Tipton, along with Mr. Ryan Honea and Mr. Chase Swalling, will be discussing UAA's Construction Management Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Teams. The teams traveled down to Reno this year, where the Heavy Civil team took first place in the Region 6 (Rocky Mountain Division) Heavy Civil Competition hosted by Kiewit Corp.
The presentation will include a recap of both the Heavy Civil and Commercial problems along with photographs and their winning trophy. Please join us as we hear all about the competition and offer our warmest congratulations.
Registration is open and you can sign up here:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uaa-construction-management-program-tickets-33269301376
Thank you, and hope to see you at the meeting!
President, SAME Anchorage Post
When:April 27, 2017 11:30am to 1:00pm
Where:BP Energy Center / 900 E Benson Blvd/ Anchorage, Alaska 99519 /View Map
Cost (presentation only): $0.00
Cost (with meal): $15.00
NOTE - Registration with meals closes 3 days before the event. Limited meals available at the event.
P.S. Some of our SAME Sustaining Members contributed to this effort:
The 2017 UAA Construction Management student competitors thank the following individuals and companies whose generous financial and airline mile contributions made participation in this year’s ASC competition possible:
“This is truly an unforgettable event for the students, and an unparalleled training opportunity that students bring back to the workforce,” said Tipton. “It promotes great leadership qualities, professionalism, and contributes to the overall future success of students’ construction management careers.”