Engineering students uphold winning tradition while teaching team skills “Our success or failure entirely depends on how we work as a team,” says Michael Feste, a junior in construction engineering. That statement could not be more true. For the past two years, Feste has been a part of Iowa State University’s Associated Schools of Construction … Continue reading Iowa State teams take top honors in ASC Region IV Student Competition
Mackenzie ‘Mac’ Alberts never forgot her first Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition. “I got home to my apartment. I grabbed my roommate out of her room and I was jumping on her bed because it just solidified just exactly what I wanted to do with my career,” Alberts said, smiling at the memory. That … Continue reading “Learning Legacy”: ISU CCEE teams bring home honors from Associated Schools of Construction regional competition
Written by Ian Edwards, Brightergy “Scotty, I’m taking the solar-powered car for a spin.” That’s something you’ve probably never heard on Star Trek. Or anywhere for that matter. A solar-powered car may sound like something straight out of science fiction, but to people familiar with the American Solar Challenge (ASC), it’s actually old news. For over … Continue reading Could your next car be solar powered?
Three teams of construction engineering students from Iowa State placed first in the 18th Annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region IV Student Competition held October 27-30 in Nebraska City, Nebraska. ISU teams in the commercial, design-build, and residential divisions placed first. The heavy/highway team placed second. Read the full story.