The Construction Management program at BYU prepares students for management positions in the construction industry by providing them with the educational tools they need to be successful. The curriculum provides a solid foundation on which graduates will build the their careers. Using the latest technology, students learn how the industry operates, what is expected of them as construction managers, and how to complete projects safely, on-time, and within budget. Hands-on experiences coupled with theory-based instruction prepares students to become well-rounded professionals.
Below are a few short videos of alumni talking about why they chose Construction Managment as their major.
Grant is with Ruloph and Sletten, a large commerical contracting firm in California.
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Greg Fix works with Jacobsen Construction. This video highlights the BYU housing projects.
Doug Welling is the president and CEO of Jacobsen Construction. This video highlights the Provo City Center temple, City Creek, and Utah State Capitol seismic retrofit projects.
Aaron Hall is a project executive with Okland Construction. This video highlights the City Creek project as well as the Adobe project.
Scott Okelberry is an executive vice president with WW Clyde Company. This video highlights the Olympic Ski jumps and the Heber Valley Camp.
Ben's career is with Sungevity, a residential solar energy company.