The 33rd Annual ASC Region 1 Competition and Conference is excited to announce the schedule for presentations offered on Friday, November 11th and Saturday, November 12th for industry partners, students and faculty.
The presentations cover a wide range of topics to include BIM, Lean, emotional intelligence, building and managing mega projects and bridge structures, as well as structuring international education experiences. Please review the schedule for complete details. Then register for the presentations at the link below.
You only need to register your information and do not need to select specific sessions. If you have any questions please reach out to Christine Fiori at .
It is one month to the competition! This is usually high time for team prep for all the schools that are participating in this year’s Region 1 competition. We want to see how you are all doing! Snap a picture of your groups’ prep session, upload it to Instagram and then add hashtag #ascregion1. Also, feel free to use this hashtag throughout the event in Albany. You can then always easily find all of your (and our) posts by clicking on the link in the left sidebar on our website.
As you may know, we recently set up our social media presences on Instagram and Twitter (Facebook will come shortly). Make sure you start following us! Today’s email is the first call to action where we can put those accounts to good use in our region.
We are proud to announce that registration is now open for Region 1 Conference and Competition! We are excited to have you be a part of this annual event, now in its 33rd year, hosted at the Hilton Downtown, in Albany, NY on 11-12 November 2022.
The following lays out the instructions for registration for those college/universities/institution faculty and students that are seeking to participate in the competition or training/presentation sessions. Registration is a three step process for all those from schools that are already members in good standing with ASC. Deadline for registration is 4 October 2022.
Step 1: For those that are looking to compete in the student competition fill out the 2022 ASC Region 1 Competition Category & Team Sign-Up form at this link: https://forms.gle/FaFCoM1SJtrMMveo6. Please note that teams will be required to upload the ASC Region 1 competition Pre-Qualification form as part of registration (form attached in fill-able and PDF format). For those students, faculty, or industry partners that are interested in only attending the training & presentations portion of the conference, or are faculty that are not coaches for any particular competing team, please register at this link: https://forms.gle/aTTAzU9PZwnbC9ZP7.
Step 3: Pay for your registration. This is accomplished by navigating to this link to pay your $400/team/category registration fee: https://www.ascweb.org/members/payments/student-competition. Those just attending for the training & presentations portion of the conference, information on paying for your registration will be forthcoming or available on-site.
Once all three steps are completed, you will be fully registered for the competition. Reminder, the deadline to register is 4 October 2022.
In addition to the pre-qualification form, a copy of the problem statements from our judging firms are also attached to help you understand the exciting challenges that lay before you.
Please ensure you submit soon to be able to secure your spot in the competition! See you all in November!
Dr. Kathleen Short, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Construction Management Program in the Department of Engineering Leadership and Society at Drexel University received the Region 1 Associated Schools of Construction Excellence in Teaching Award at the International conference held in Atlanta, April 20-23, 2022.
This award honors a faculty member’s contribution to construction education, excellence in teaching, service to the Associated Schools of Construction and dedication to the construction profession. Dr. Short was recognized for the work that she did to improve the rigor and content of courses in the Construction Management Program has leading to improved student satisfaction, as well as her efforts to support student organizations and engagement with the construction industry.