Rosendin, a $2 billion electrical contracting firm, recently recognized students at Oregon State University for outstanding performance at the 2020 Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition Regions 6 and 7 in Sparks, Nevada.
The 33rd annual ASC competition challenged top college teams to present solutions to complex construction problems. As a sponsor of the Electrical Problem, Rosendin challenged teams to learn a software tool called SCRUM and use it to create a proposal to add floors to a partially occupied 10-story medical building.
Rosendin awarded students from Oregon State third place for their presentation on the project scope and costs, collective bargaining agreements, subcontractor solutions, safety protocols, and how well they used SCRUM to manage daily priorities.
OSU graduate Naomi Salgado, who competed in the ASC student competition two years in a row, completed Rosendin’s internship program in 2017, and now works as an assistant project manager at the company’s office in Prineville.