The Construction Club at the University of Wisconsin-Madison!
Thank you to everyone who helped make this semester successful. We are excited to implement some new ideas and announce our new Fall 2018 officers!!
Spring 2018 Semester Meeting Schedule
Tuesday, March 20th: Gilbane Building Company
Tuesday, April 3rd: Akita Box
Friday, April 6th: Habitat for Humanity
Friday, April 13th: School of Music Tour with JP Cullen & Sons
Tuesday, April 17th: JP Cullen & Sons
Friday, April 20th: Construction Club Banquet
Monday, April 30th: Hensel Phelps
*ALL GENERAL MEETING WILL BE 6:45-8:00PM IN ENGINEERING HALL ROOM 1610*
What is the Construction Club?
In 1997 the Construction Club was established to serve the needs of students in the Construction Engineering and Management program. The primary goal of the Construction Club is to foster contacts between UW-Madison engineering students and the design and construction industry. The Construction Club is an umbrella organization for student chapters of AGC (Associated General Contractors), NECA (The National Electrical Contractors Association), MCAA (The Mechanical Contractors Association of America), ABC (Associated Builders and Contractors) and CSI (The Construction Specifications Institute).
Why join the Construction Club?
Come join the fun!
Joining Construction Club is Easy! Come to one of our meetings and find out more! Membership is $5 per semester. Once you are a paid member, you will be able to attend all club meetings where food is provided for members, site tours and the Spring Construction Club Banquet.
Construction Club is a great way to learn more about the Construction Industry and meet many of today’s industry leaders through presentations, site tours, and outreach events. On top of all this, Construction Club is a lot of fun! Habitat for Humanity, construction management competitions, and mock bids are just a few of the things we like to do.
Have something else you would like Construction Club to do? We are always looking for new things to get involved in, we’d love to hear your ideas!