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Recently ASU’s School of Sustainable Engineering brought together a host of local companies and academic experts to share building and engineering skills with a group of middle school students from Gila River Indian Community. The event was part of the Gila River community’s STEAAAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Agriculture, Architecture and Math) program. The event includedâ€¦ Read More â†’
Arizona State University’s Del E. Webb School of Construction is hosting its annual Construction in Indian Country conference from April 17-19 at the Wigwam Arizona in Litchfield Park. The three-day conference is the 14th annual Construction in Indian Country conference held by the university. There will be a golf tournament and an awards ceremony. Some ofâ€¦ Read More â†’
Entering its 11th year, Arizona State University’s Construction in Indian Country conference is a means to recruit prospective Native American construction students, educate local tribes and foster industry connections. It is also a key contributor to the CIIC endowment, which has raised $400,000 and put 14 students through the construction management program at ASU.
Indian Country construction boasts a variety of projects as Arizona’s Indian tribes expand reservation services In September 1970, the Gila River Indian Reservation finished the first phase of construction of a $1M career center at Sacaton. It’s taken some time, but since then, much has been built on Indian reservations in Arizona — and theâ€¦ Read More â†’