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Construction Management Partnership

The Roofing Alliance is excited to be working with some of the top U.S. construction management academic programs to lay groundwork and develop a partnership. The goal of this partnership is to enhance students' experiences by exposing them academically and experientially to roofing as a potential career choice.

This partnership began with three well-known construction management programs: The Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University; the McWhorter School of Building Science at Auburn University and the M.E. Rinker Sr. School of Building Construction at the University of Florida.

The group is advancing roofing as a career option through a three-pronged approach:

  1. Integrating information about the roofing industry into construction management curricula
  2. Conducting an annual construction management student competition
  3. Providing scholarships for construction management students and faculty

Currently, the Construction Management Partnership site is broken into four main sections. These sections include information about student competitions, available curriculum, internships and scholarships.

Student Competitions

Students are presented with a problem statement and asked to bid on installing a roof system.

2022

Competition Information
Judges

2021

Competition Information
Judges
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2020

Competition Information
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2019

Competition Information
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2018

Competition Information
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2017

Competition Information
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2016

Competition Information
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Curriculum

A small group of roofing industry representatives will work with construction management faculty. The objective of this group is to incorporate roofing-related information into existing courses with a longer-term objective to determine whether it's viable to create a stand-alone roofing course.

Internships

Internship programs vary by university; some are mandatory while others are simply encouraged.  Some may last only one or two summers and others as long as six months. Several possibilities are being explored.

Scholarships

Scholarships will be provided for students based on developing criteria.

American Council for Construction Education (ACCE)

The Roofing Alliance has partnered with the American Council for Construction Education, whose goal is to be the global advocate of quality construction education and to promote, support and accredit quality construction education programs. Through this partnership, the Roofing Alliance and ACCE promote and improve construction education and research at the postsecondary level and help engage in the accreditation of construction education programs offered by colleges and universities nationwide.

ACCE Partnership for Excellence