Last week, Morley attended the 33rd Annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Regions 6 & 7 Student Competition in Sparks, Nevada. The event attracts top talent college teams from western states for an intense, 3-day competition. This year brought over 1,500 undergraduate students from 53 universities to the Nugget Casino Resort, where corporate sponsors provided students construction problems based on real-world projects.
Morley sponsored the Mixed-Use Region 7 construction problem for the 2020 student competition. A big congratulations to our First Place winner, UCLA! In Second Place was Cal Poly San Luis Obispo followed by USC. Competition was tough, and we want to thank all the teams who participated in our problem:
- California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
- California State University, Chico
- California State University, Northridge
- California State University, Sacramento State
- Central Washington University
- Oregon State University
- Santa Clara University
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of California, Los Angeles
- University of Southern California
- University of Washington
Thank you to all Morley employees who attended and participated in the 2020 competition and conference, especially the Judging Team: Ron Elazar (VP Construction Operations), Ryan Hupf (VP Project Executive), Jeremy Dominik (Project Executive), Jennifer Schlesinger (Project Manager), AJ Schnell (Project Manager), Isabelle Corrales (Project Manager), and Brandon Lin (Senior Project Engineer). We couldn’t have done it without such an incredible team.
Following the student competition, Morley participated in the Career Fair to further meet and network with students, answering questions, (comma not needed?) and providing students an opportunity to learn more about Morley and future full-time and internship positions.
The Associated Schools of Construction is a professional association for the development and advancement of construction education, where the sharing of ideas and knowledge inspires, guides, and promotes excellence in curricula, teaching, research, and service.