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A second chance at engineering leads to a lifetime of impact

JR Frey, an ASU civil engineering alumnus who received a second chance to earn his degree, found success in learning how to maintain a work-school balance.

Elevating construction education

ASU construction management students will benefit from the goals set for the new PENTA Building Group Professorship.

Keeping it cool: New building coatings beat the heat

Startup venture emerging from ASU engineering research could make big energy and environmental conservation impacts

 

Build the future here.

We are addressing critical infrastructure needs in an environmentally sound manner.


Our unique blend of civil and environmental, construction engineering and construction management programs—coupled with a focus on sustainable engineering—enables us to train students who can impact the entire lifecycle of the built environment, from planning to design to construction.

SSEBE director searchThe Fulton Schools at ASU seeks a highly accomplished scholar and strategic leader as director of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE). 

What is “Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment”?

Sustainable engineering is a revolutionary approach to engineering that

  • Focuses on the long-lasting improvement of the human condition;
  • Recognizes the connections between infrastructure and the human and natural systems; and
  • Designs and constructs complex systems by considering environmental impacts, life-cycle assessment, and risk and uncertainty, along with technical and economic effectiveness.

The built environment includes society’s physical infrastructure and integrated systems that create the conditions for sustained health, prosperity and social well-being.

Involvement with the built environment generally includes the initiation of projects or programs through planning, design, construction, operations and decommissioning; the so-called “life-cycle” of the endeavor.

Learn about our programs

Construction Management

Among the top programs in the country, ASU’s construction and facility management curriculum teaches you the core principles of design, cost estimation, and planning, and prepares you to lead and manage either the entire building process or the maintenance, operation, renovation, or decommissioning of existing facilities.

Civil, environmental and sustainable engineering

Inspiring the next generation, ASU’s civil engineering curriculum sharpens your technical problem solving skills and frees your imagination to revolutionize current design principles into cutting-edge “green” engineering solutions.

Construction Engineering

One of the leading programs nationwide, ASU’s construction engineering curriculum combines the design principles of civil engineering with the business knowledge of construction management.

Environmental Engineering

The environmental engineering BSE degree program will focus on the engineered processes and systems that preserve, protect and restore the natural environment for benefits to human health and ecosystem services.