Thomas Laird, Jr - ACE Mentor Cleveland's Founding Father and Leader
Thomas Laird Jr. ACE Mentor Cleveland’s Proud Founding Father and Leader
By Montrie Rucker Adams, APR
Visibility Marketing Inc.
When Tom Laird came to Cleveland 14 years ago, he noticed that one of the things he enjoyed while in Washington, DC did not exist. At that moment, he decided to bring his passion to...
Construction Management Student Hosts Radio Show on Women in Construction
Mary Tyler March of Construction Dive shares an interview with Stephanie Crepeau, a construction management student who hosts an internet radio show about women in construction.
I wish career and technical education programs were a staple in schools everywhere. I always believed that if you want to be a carpenter you should...
Young Campers Learn Construction Skills
Reported by Patrick Reddy, Cincinnati.com
About a dozen students from Lower Price Hill, guided by Anne Miller, construction advisor for middle schools for the Spirit of Construction Foundation and volunteers from various building trades have constructed a garden shed for the community."
Operate Real Construction Equipment at Hocking Hills Sandbox
Digital editor of Columbus Business First, Laura Newpoff elaborates on Hocking Hills Sandbox, an adult playground with real construction equipment to play with.
If that sounds like a fun way to spice up your annual corporate team-building retreat, then the new Hocking Hills Sandbox might be worth checking out."...
KSU and Turner Construction's Workshops for Minority Business Owners Foster Diversity
Crain's Cleveland Business article by Richard Weiner
We take supplier diversity very seriously... always out searching for minority partners to try to nurture so that they can become a viable supplier for us — almost like creating a business incubator."
Announcement - 2017 Ohio School Design Manual Update Now Available
Ohio School Design Manual 2017 Update Now Available on the OFCC Website
Each year the Commission revises the OSDM with support and valuable input from the design and construction community, school districts, state agencies and other interested parties."
Construction Started on Detroit's Wayne State University Student Housing
Article by Crain's Detroit Business reporter, Tyler Clifford
The residences will accommodate 841 students in 575 units that vary from studios to four-bedroom suites. The university expects to begin leasing 407 beds in fall 2018 and the remaining spaces by fall 2019."
New West Side High School Coming to Old Max Hayes High School Site in 2020.
By Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer
The district hopes to build a $34 million new high school at W. 46th Street and Detroit by the fall of 2020 that would have two smaller "schools" within the building, each with their own focus or style.
Congratulations to Cesar Sandate, CEA's ACE Scholarship Recipient
Congratulations to Cesar Sandate, CEA's ACE scholarship recipient this year!
Cesar is graduating from James Ford Rhodes High School, and plans to attend Kent State University in the fall to major in construction management. He participated in the ACE Mentor Program both his junior and senior years of high school. He will be...
Congratulations to Bradley James Kelley, AGC Scholarship Recipient
We would like to congratulate Bradley James Kelley, AGC Scholarship Recipient.
Bradley graduated from Elyria Catholic High School, and has been a resident of Elyria, Ohio his entire life. After graduating from high school he began taking classes at Lorain County Community College full time, and also began working part...