The Sac State Concrete Solutions team, coming off an ASC win last fall in Chicago, made its ninth consecutive podium appearance – and celebrated its seventh first-place finish – in just over five years of national competition at the 2018 ASC Region 6 & 7 Student Competition in Reno. Pictured right, the team and coaches did some sightseeing while in Chicago (October 2017) – #StingersUp
Help Build the Future
Your investment will help Construction Management students develop the skills they will require as the next leaders of the construction industry! Partner with SCMEF and be a part of this winning legacy of SACRAMENTO STATE TEAMS!
We will be a driving force in the mentoring of current students and the support of our Sac State Construction Management program by building a strong alumni membership and providing opportunities for participation from alumni and local industry.
Through a partnership with our colleagues in the construction industry, SCMEF will support and enhance Sacramento State’s goal to produce the most sought after Construction Management graduates in the industry.
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Giving Back: Industry Support for SCMEF
SCMEF works diligently to engage industry partners in the CM program to provide a learning environment beyond the classroom by arranging job-site field trips, coaching student teams for the ASC Student Competition and providing internship opportunities for students during the summer.
Financial support from our industry partners ensures the CM program is able to continue to foster the development of individuals who are qualified beyond graduation to perform ethically, responsibly, and productively in management positions throughout the construction industry.
EchoWater Project – Flow Equalization
The Flow Equalization project consists of increasing the storage capacity of the existing Emergency Storage Basins at the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant by approximately 110 million gallons. This will involve deepening of ESB-B and ESB-C by approximately 8 feet. The excavation for the basins are approximately 525,000 CY. Additionally, operational flexibility will be increased through…