|Commercial Building Team Wins First in ASC Competition|
The Texas Tech Commercial Building Team won first place in their division during the 2013 Associated School of Construction, Region 5 Student Competition held in Dallas in February 2013. The team competed against 11 other teams from college construction programs located in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. The competition required each team to complete a written solution to a construction management problem statement in 16 hours and then develop and execute a 40-minute presentation defending their written solution to a panel of judges. The panel of judges was composed of engineers, architects, owners, and contractors personnel who were directly involved in the actual project. Team members pictured at left included (L-R) Joseph Khaled, Kyle Hoelting, Matthew Fisher, Dr. Sangwook Lee (Coach), Eric Van-Dusen, Dan Graf, and Joseph Schattle.
|Design-Build Team Wins Second in ASC Competition|
The Texas Tech Design-Build Team won second place in their division during the 2013 Associated School of Construction, Region 5 Student Competition held in Dallas in February 2013. The team competed against six other teams from college construction programs located in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ireland, and Australia. Team members pictured at left included (L-R) Caleb Lightfoot, Jake Maxton, Phillip Hamilton, Stephanie Bunt, Zach Sienkiel, Dr. Tewodros Ghebrab (Coach), and Marshall Clark.
|Students Win Individual Best Presenter Awards|
At the 2013 Associated School of Construction, Region 5 Student Competition held in Dallas in February 2013, two Texas Tech construction engineering students received recognition as Outstanding Individual Presenters. In each competition division, each school's six-person team is required to make a 40-minute presentation supporting and defending their written proposal. During these presentations, a special group of judges are designated to judge and identify the top three individual speakers from each division. Marshall Clark was awarded first place in the Design-Build Division of the competition and Joseph Khaled was awarded third place in the Commercial Building Division of the competition.
|Outstanding Student for Fall 2012, Casey Pyle|
Casey Pyle is the recipient of the CEET Outstanding Student Award from the graduating class of Fall 2012.
|Outstanding Student for Spring 2012, Jenson Rawley-Whitaker|
(Left to Right in photo) Steve Thomas, CEET Industrial Advisory Board President; Jenson Rawley-Whitaker, Spring 2012 outstanding student; and Dr. William R. Burkett, chair of the department.
|Outstanding Student for Fall 2011, Hunter Massucci|
(Left to Right in photo) Steve Steinheimer, CEET Industrial Advisory Board member, and Hunter Massucci, Fall 2011 outstanding construction engineering and engineering technology student.
|Outstanding Student for Spring 2011, Gavin Carr|
(Left to Right in photo) Keith McAuliffe, CEET IAB member; Gavin Carr, Spring 2011 outstanding student; and Dr. William R. Burkett, chair of the Department of Construction Engineering and Engineering Technology.
|2009 Distinguished Engineer, Shelby Johnson|
Shelby Johnson (Center in photo) is recognized as Distinguished Engineer for Spring 2009. Provost Robert Smith and Dean Pamela Eibeck award the honor to Shelby, a 1986 Construction Technology (CTEC) graduate.