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Del E. Webb School of Construction

Del E. Webb School of Construction

The Del E. Webb School of Construction offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Construction Engineering and Construction Management.

The Del E. Webb School of Construction offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Construction Engineering and Construction Management.

We built that. Del E. Webb School of Construction, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

DEWSC Established in 1992

Through a gift of the Del E. Webb Foundation, an endowment was established in 1992 to create the Del E. Webb School of Construction (DEWSC), now part of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment.

Since that time, the DEWSC has been a national leader in construction and construction management higher education. Currently the School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Construction Engineering and Construction Management.

The DEWSC offers degree programs in construction management and construction engineering from our world-class faculty. We have state-of-the-art teaching facilities, and on-site construction experience opportunities.

Our investment by industry, award-winning faculty, diversity of students and degree flexibility put the DEWSC as one of the top construction schools in the nation. At ASU, you have degree flexibility. You can major in construction management or construction engineering, or in civil engineering with a focus on construction.

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Del E. Webb School of Construction Faculty

Award-Winning Faculty

The DEWSC has the highest number of construction faculty of any construction program in the nation. Many have received awards from the Construction Industry Institute (CII) for their research and contribution to construction education.

View of the College Avenue Commons at sunset

Top-notch Learning Facilities

Since 2014, the LEED Gold-certified College Avenue Commons (CAVC) has been the home of the DEWSC. Collaboratively built by ASU alumni, faculty and students, the CAVC surrounds students in exemplary construction techniques, including exposed areas of wiring and plumbing which would normally be hidden in traditional construction.