Juniors and seniors in Dunwoody’s Construction Management bachelor program, junior Joseph Ngiama and seniors Robert Weckwerth, Ramsey James, Heather Williams, Bart Biesterfeld, and Brandon Bomar will travel to the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas to present their final project. The students are also members of Dunwoody’s student chapter of the National Association of Home Builders.
The students formed Keystone Development Company and worked all fall semester and into spring semester to complete a proposal for a new residential community on a 60 acre site in Aurora, Colorado. The team designed Shenandoah Trails Housing Development including plans, estimates, schedules, market analysis, land development and site plans, provided cost management, financial planning, and risk analysis of their proposed project, all with a sustainability focus. They were thrown a curve halfway through the competition changing the parameters of the proposal from a sole developer to a joint venture project. Dunwoody is very excited to send our first group of students from our new bachelors program to Las Vegas to represent the Builders Association of the Twin Cities and Dunwoody at the International Builders’ Show.
“Dunwoody is incredibly thankful to the BATC Foundation as well as the National Housing Endowment for their continued financial assistance with competition expenses.”