The Vecellio Construction Engineering and Management Program (VCEMP) at Virginia Tech offers opportunities, through course work and faculty research interests, for students to acquire expertise in all phases of the construction life cycle. Leading industry trends and technological innovation are hallmarks of this internationally prominent program.

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2018 Vecellio Distinguished Lecture

The 2018 Vecellio Distinguished Lecture was presented on November 2nd by Wayne A. Crew, P.E., General Secretary of the National Academy of Construction.  Prior to his current position, Wayne Crew was the director of the Construction Industry Institute.  During the 2018 Vecellio Lecture, he spoke about the research based best practices of Zero Safety Incidents Read more…

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VCEMPer Sogand Hasanzadeh received 2018 ASCE Best Peer-Review Paper Award

VCEMPer Sogand Hasanzadeh received the 2018 Best Paper Award for a journal article she published at the ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering titled “Measuring the Impacts of Safety Knowledge on Construction Workers’ Attentional Allocation and Hazard Detection Using Remote Eye-Tracking Technology.”  The award ceremony took place in ASCE Annual Convention at Denver, Colorado. Sogand Read more…

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VCEMPer Sogand Hasanzadeh presented at 2018 NOIRS

Sogand Hasanzadeh presented her research on “Implications for Risk Compensation in Construction Safety” in the 2018 National Occupational Injury Research Symposium (NOIRS).  NOIRS is the only national forum focused on the presentation of occupational injury research.  The Symposium brings together researchers, safety professionals, industry leaders, and students from multiple disciplines to advance the public health Read more…

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VCEMPer Sergio Ballivian presents at 2018 GEM National Consortium

A prestigious forum for stimulating debate on bold solutions to advance graduate education, the 2018 Annual Board Meeting & Conference creates a platform to raise nationwide awareness of its mission, partners, and Fellows.  This is the “must attend” event in 2018 for advocates who want to transform how the United States educates and prepares engineering and science talent Read more…

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