AGC Student Chapters Score Victories at the AGC/ASC Competitions in Vegas

Fri June 06, 2008 - Northeast Edition
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Roger Williams University (RWU) and Wentworth Institute of Technology were winners in multiple competitions at the annual AGC/ASC Student Chapter competition in Las Vegas in March. The national competition matches the best student teams from across the country. These students have already won their regional competition. The teams are given a period of time to problem solve a scenario that can occur on a job site or withing the preconstruction efforts.

The Heavy Highway team from RWU competed for the first time at the national level. This was the sixth consecutive year that RWU’s Design-Build team captured first place (and a national competition invitation) in its region.

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