What are your job duties?
Find costs associated with construction projects and determine material types and quantities.
Who would you like to thank as you finish your time at Purdue and start your career?
My mom and dad because they encouraged me my whole life to take on my dreams and “Be Awesome.” They were always there when it got hard to encourage me to push through just one more day. They helped with every move in and move out day, every FAFSA application, and every “adulting moment” I needed guidance for. I am here and able to do what I do because they always pushed me to be the best version of me possible.
And, to the whole Construction Management school. All my professors, advisors and administrative staff were there to help me with any questions I had at any time. They always made me feel welcome. They even helped me navigate the world of interviews and analyzing job offers. None of my accomplishments academically would be possible without them.
Please tell us about a favorite class, project, experience or professor.
My favorite class is a tie between CM 150 Construction Management Fundamentals and 450 Construction Management Capstone II. CM 150 had us down in the construction lab building a wood structure and a steel structure. It was the most fun class I had in my college experience. However, CM 450 focused a lot on construction law and what to expect post-graduation. Many of the topics discussed in CM 450 really helped to prepare me for my life post college.