BSU CM Sweeps Wins at 2021 ASC Regional & National Competition

BSU CM Teams

Boise State Construction Management teams score huge success at 2021 ASC Regional and National Competition

The Boise State University Construction Management department had 35 students that competed in a virtual version of the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Student Competition held Feb 3-6, 2021.  In the Rocky Mountain Region 6 categories, the Boise State CM’s Commercial team was awarded 1st place, Design Build team was awarded 2nd place and Mixed Use team was awarded 2nd place.  In the National categories, Boise State CM’s Concrete Solutions team was awarded 1st place.

During the competition, teams met virtually with industry problem sponsors and were presented with problem statements and accompanying plans and specifications.  They had about 18 hours to develop and prepare solutions including a detailed estimate, project schedule, staffing, safety, and sustainability plans.  Each team’s experience, approach to pre-construction and construction phases of the project and ability to respond to deliverables are critical in the grading process.

The teams also make a formal presentation of their solution to the professional constructors who worked on the actual projects. Awards are given to teams that exhibit the most comprehensive approach to all aspects of the project.

This year more than 1,098 students competed on 152 teams from 47 universities and 18 states.

2021 Boise State University Team Members:


Devin Cloud (Team Captain)
Seth Dixon
Dante Friesen
Cameron Trumbull
Dillon McKenna
Garrett Lovell
Cameron Clinkingbeard, Alternate


Mixed Use:

Hope Stauffer (Team Captain)

Matthew Vitrano
Chase Wuelfing
Alan Arreola
Alex Ammerman
James Fisher

Design Build:

Kevin Todt (Team Captain)
James Haight
RJ Durrer
Mitchell Douglas
Josh Alstrom
Riley Brenden
Ivan Cortez, Alternate

Concrete Solutions:

Luke Burley (Team Captain)
Justin Kusar
Connie Barzangi
Daniel Springer
Jordan Cummings
Max Murphy
Joe Gauthier, Alternate

Also, Cameron Clinkingbeard, an alternate for the Commercial team, was on the 1st place team for the Alternates’ Competition. Teams are comprised of alternate team members from all participating institutions and must work collaboratively to solve a 12 hour, single day problem.